20+ Skilled Urologists • 10 Houston Metro Locations

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Houston Metro Urology treats all types of Urologic Conditions.

Get the most advanced urological care available, from Houston’s most trusted experts.

Conditions affecting the kidneys, bladder, ureters and reproductive organs can present life-altering challenges for both men and women. Our highly trained team of urology specialists diagnoses and treats all urological conditions, from prostate cancer to pelvic prolapse, voiding dysfunction and incontinence disorders.

Our approach is different: By educating patients about their conditions and treatment options, we empower them to make informed choices about their own healthcare. We provide convenient access to the most advanced facilities, equipment, treatments and technologies available, from minimally invasive robotic surgery to the latest prostate cancer therapies that can reduce symptoms and extend life.

“These are remarkable people. They make you feel like family.”

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Prostate cancer diagnosis? You have options.

Men with prostate cancer don’t always need aggressive treatment, but too many struggle with symptoms and never get the help they need to make living with prostate cancer manageable. Houston Metro Urology has both surgical and non-surgical treatments that bring state-of-the-art technology to you, helping you choose to live the active life you deserve.

Caring for Houston Since 2006

Your Single Source for Urological Care
Comprehensive, one-stop services, from laboratory testing to imaging, radiation treatment for urologic cancers, minimally invasive robotic surgery, and more.

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“Your staff handled everything so professionally and courteously. You eased my fears and helped speed the arrangement process. You answered all my questions and helped me understand the implications of the surgery.”