Prostate Cancer Urologists in USA

Looking for the best urologists in the US specialized in prostate biopsy and prostate cancer treatment? KOELIS® has for the last 10 years developed the most advanced technology for prostate cancer care, now used by thousands of clinicians worldwide.

Select your state and city to find one of our clinicians. Want to introduce KOELIS® to your urologist? Contact us or share our website.

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Select a state, or get a quick overview of all clinicians using KOELIS® on our koelis solutions locator map.

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→ New York
→ Massachusetts
→ Texas
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→ Ohio

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How to Choose a Urologist?

If abnormalities have been observed in your prostate or you have been conclusively diagnosed with a cancer, you might be wondering how to find the best clinician to classify and / or treat your condition with precision.

Inform yourself and do not rush

4 reasons for not rushing:

  1. All urologists are not prostate cancer specialists
  2. Prostate cancer has a wide variety of forms and stages
  3. Numerous treatments are now available to treat this disease
  4. Each urologist is using different approaches to diagnose and treat prostate cancer

Take time to inform yourself and learn about prostate cancer to get a sense of all the different options available:

  1. Ask your primary care doctor as many questions as you can
  2. Acquire as much information as you can from reliable sources – Other doctors / friends / online / books / scientific publications

Koelis.com is a good place to start with a quick and reliable overview of prostate cancer care management. Check out the following pages:

→ What is prostate cancer?
→ What is a prostate biopsy?
→ What are the treatment for prostate cancer?
→ Other Frequently Asked Questions

We also suggest the following high quality websites:

→ ZERO Prostate cancer
→ American Cancer Society
→ Mayo Clinic
→ Cleveland Clinic

8 Tips to help you choosing your urologist

  • Ask friends and relatives:
    A recommendation from a close friend or a family member is always a great place to start.
  • Check 1st:
    Ask your insurance company to recommend a physician. You can also use the Internet, such as the compare tool from medicare.gov
  • Meet several physicians:
    Compare first appointments and choose the urologist you feel the most at ease with.
  • Learn about his practice:
    Each urologist specialized in prostate cancer promotes his favorite techniques – Keep in mind that each technique is adapted to certain type of cancer stage.
  • Practice over experience:
    Choose a urologist practicing each of his techniques on a regular basis, rather than just a generally experienced urologist.
  • Get covered:
    Be sure that your doctor accepts your insurance provider.
  • Choose a location:
    You will visit your urologist more than once. Making sure that he or she is conveniently located is very important.
  • KOELIS® Technology:
    Either for diagnosis or treatment, the use of our technology is a certain guaranty of quality that can help you to choose your urologist. To learn more about our technology check the following pages: Trinity® & Fusion Biopsy

What do Urologists do?

Urologists are surgeons who specialize in the urinary tract in both men and women. They also diagnose and treat conditions affecting the reproductive tract in men.

For a better overview of a urologist’s area of expertise, here is a list of organs from which he can diagnose and treat diseases, dysfunctions, infections or even cancers:

  • Adrenal glands
  • Kidneys
  • Penis
  • Prostate
  • Testicles
  • Ureters
  • Urethra
  • Urinary bladder

To become a urologist, the clinician must earn a four-year college degree, complete four years of medical school and then spend approximately four to five years in residency. Some urologists may then choose to undergo one or two additional years of fellowship training to specialize even further into fields such as pediatric urology, male infertility, female urology, neurourology, and urologic oncology.

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