Office Procedures


We offer vasectomy as a means of permanent sterilization. This minor procedure is performed in our office and usually takes 15 to 20 minutes. Our physicians and staff strive to make this procedure a pleasant experience.

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Transrectal US of the Prostate with Biopsy

Our physicians at NEO Urology have extensive experience performing Ultrasonography of the prostate. This procedure allows for accurate evaluation of the prostate gland and directed biopsies. Traditionally, this procedure takes 20 minutes and is performed using a local anesthetic for comfort during the biopsies. When it comes to prostate cancer, early detection is important and the prostate biopsy remains cornerstone for detection.

Interstim (Sacral Neuromodulation) Percutaneous Lead Placement

For patients with loss of urinary control including frequency, urgency, urge incontinence, and urinary retention – Interstim is a potential treatment option. In the office we offer placement of a temporary lead (electrical stimulator) that is placed externally to stimulate the sacral nerve. The procedure utilizes a local anesthetic for comfort during lead placement and normally takes 20 minutes.

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Cystoscopy is a usefully procedure that allows direct visualization of the lower urinary tract which involves placing a scope into the bladder via the urethra. This procedure is commonly performed to evaluate urinary symptoms and diagnose or monitor common urologic conditions. Cystoscopy can usually be completed in 5-10 minutes.

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Botox Bladder Injections (onabotulinumtoxinA)

Botox is a prescription medicine injected into the bladder muscle for patients with an overactive bladder or urinary incontinence traditionally performed when other measures have failed. This procedure involves using a scope to visualize the bladder to assist with injecting the medicine and normally takes 10 minutes.

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Urodynamics is an office based study that evaluates the lower urinary tract as it relates to storage of urine and the process of voiding (urinating). This testing can assist your Urologist to better understand voiding dysfunction. The procedure can take up to an hour to complete but can be vital to determining the best treatment plan for an individual.

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