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Urology Department at Boulder Medical Center

Urology specialists in Boulder and Louisville, Colorado

Call for an appointment:  (303) 440-3093


***Important Notice
The Urology Department will be closed on Fridays, starting the week of March 30, until further notice. Department hours are:  Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a half-hour lunch from noon to 12:30 p.m.


The urology specialists at Boulder Medical Center diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions and diseases associated with the male and female urinary tract including:

  • Overall health and prevention strategies
  • Bladder — Bladder health and conditions that include tumors
  • Urinary Incontinence — men and women
  • Enlarged Prostate (BPH) — Minimally invasive and in-office treatments, including UroLift and Rezum
  • Prostate Cancer Care – Diagnosis and treatment for all stages including advanced prostate cancer care
  • Robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy
  • Impotence — Minimally invasive, non-surgical and surgical therapies
  • Infertility
  • Kidney Conditions — Stones, tumors and bleeding
  • Minimally invasive stone surgery
  • Testes — Cancer and infertility
  • Vasectomy
  • No-Needle, No-Scalpel vasectomy
  • Minimally invasive surgery for stress urinary incontinence
  • Xiaflex therapy for Peyronie’s Disease

The field of urology is always evolving and trending toward offering treatments that focus on prevention, non-invasive options, and minimally-invasive solutions to a wide range of urologic conditions. The Urology doctors at Boulder Medical Center stay current with innovative and proven treatments that help our patients address urologic conditions and get back to living their best lives.

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Recent Urology Posts

Boulder Medical Center’s new telemedicine program enables patients to receive a wide range of healthcare services from their providers without having to travel to a BMC clinic.

Boulder Medical Center urologist, Stephen Siegel, MD, offers a minimally invasive option that can treat BPH without the risks of traditional surgery.

The No-Needle, No-Scalpel Vasectomy allows for the simplest procedure with the least discomfort. After the procedure, patients are advised to stay at home, certainly for the first day and to take it easy for a few days after that.

Despite its high incidence, prostate cancer is one of the most survivable forms of cancer, but early detection is key. While prostate cancer screening may detect prostate early, leading medical organizations disagree about who should — and who shouldn’t — get screened. That’s why the American Cancer Society recommends informed decision-making when it comes to having a test to check for prostate cancer. ~Dr. Carolyn Fronczak, urologist

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