Stephen B. Siegel, MD
About Stephen B. Siegel
Dr. Siegel is a diplomate of the American Board of Urology (board certified). An honors graduate of Duke University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, he completed his general surgery training and urology residency at Yale New Haven Hospital. Before coming to Boulder Medical Center, he was in private practice in Connecticut and Georgia.
Dr. Siegel is experienced with prostate cancer, brachytherapy and minimally invasive incontinence surgery along with all areas of adult urology including no-scalpel vasectomy.
Actively involved in patient education through programs in urinary incontinence, prostate health and cancer, Dr. Siegel has talked about urology subjects on television and in lectures.
When not seeing patients, Dr. Siegel enjoys road cycling, playing guitar (School of Rock student since 2012), tennis, and hiking.
Dr. Stephen Siegel addresses a full spectrum of adult urology. His special interests include advanced prostate cancer care along with the newest in diagnostic, Robotic surgery, and treatments for all stages of the disease.
Dr. Siegel has performed over 3,000 No-Needle, No-Scalpel vasectomies and is highly experienced with Xiaflex injection therapy. At his previous medical practice in Connecticut, Dr. Siegel was one of the state’s top users of Xiaflex injections for patients.
He also offers minimally invasive treatments for enlarged prostate, including the UroLift and Rezum procedures, which can be performed in his clinic at Boulder Medical Center.
Conditions that Dr. Siegel treats and the services he offers include:
~ Prostate Cancer Care – Diagnosis and treatment
~ Robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy
~ Enlarged Prostate (BPH) — Minimally invasive and in-office treatments, including UroLift and Rezum
~ No-Needle, No-Scalpel vasectomy
~ Minimally invasive stone surgery
~ Minimally invasive treatment for stress urinary incontinence
~ Xiaflex therapy for Peyronie’s Disease
Education and Certifications
Residency — Yale School of Medicine - Department of Urology
Urology Resident / Chief Resident
New Haven, CT
Internship — Yale School of Medicine - Department of Surgery
Intern / Resident General Surgery
New Haven, CT
Medical School — Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Undergraduate — Duke University
BA - Economics
Recent Stephen B. Siegel Posts
No one wants to have kidney stones and anyone who has had one in the past certainly wants to avoid another one. Urologist Stephen Siegel, MD, shares recommendations for preventing another kidney stone.
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.
Boulder Medical Center urologist, Stephen Siegel, MD, offers a minimally invasive option that can treat BPH without the risks of traditional surgery.