Conditions We Treat

What are Urological Conditions?

Urological conditions and diseases can occur in men women, and children. Urological diseases impact the urinary tract in females and the urinary tract and reproductive organs in males and pertain to filtering or carrying out urine from the body. There are several different urological diseases and conditions and some of the most common include, but are not limited to the following:


There are several preventative measures you can take to reduce risk of developing a urological condition. Various measures include:

  • Staying hydrated
  • Limiting salt intake
  • Limiting caffeine intake
  • Stopping smoking
  • Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles
  • Urinating before bed
  • Reducing liquid intake around bedtime
  • For boys, using athletic cups to prevent injury
  • For girls, encouraging a front to back wiping motion after urinating


For urological conditions, diagnosis is made after your doctor gathers a thorough history (including medications you are taking) and conducts a physical exam. For some suspected conditions, your doctor may also recommend other diagnostic tests or tools. Other diagnostic tools may include:

  • Urinalysis (urine sample)
  • Blood work
  • Imaging tests