Conditions and Treatments
Urology at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, offers center-oriented specialty treatments and consultations in urologic cancers, stone disease, Pediatric Urology, urinary tract infections, voiding dysfunction and infertility.
Our urologists perform thousands of complex and unique procedures each year, but we measure our success one patient at a time.
UW Health urologists offer state-of-the-art treatment for men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland that affects more than 26 million men each year in the United States. Learn more about UW Health Urology's Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Program
UW Health infertility specialists with Generations Fertility Care work with you to determine the underlying cause and offer the most effective treatment options for your condition. Learn more about UW Health Urology's Male Factor Infertility Program
UW Health urologists comprehensive care for male infertility and sexual health, including evaluation and treatments with medical and surgical options. Learn more about UW Health Urology's Male Sexual Health Program
Our kidney stone program at offers state-of-the-art therapy and prevention through our clinical and electronic services. Learn more about UW Health Urology's Kidney Stone Program
Pediatric urologists at UW Health's American Family Children's Hospital provide complete diagnosis, consultation and surgical treatment in all areas of genitourinary diseases that afflict children. Learn more about UW Health Pediatric Urology
UW Health Urology has collaborated successfully with the UW Carbone Cancer Center for more than 25 years, providing comprehensive surgical management for all patients with prostate, kidney, bladder and testicular cancer, and other malignancies of the genitourinary tract. Learn more about UW Health's Urologic Cancer Program
The mission of UW Health Urology's Bladder Clinic is to provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and physical, medical and surgical care of complex bladder problems. Learn more about UW Health's Voiding Dysfunction/Incontinence Program