Urinary, kidney, or bladder problems are very common as we get older. Many of these problems can be treated. That’s why Century Medical Center offers you the most advanced treatments for general urological conditions and urological cancer. At our Medical Center, you will find all the care you need in a relaxed and supportive environment.
We currently have doctors who have specialized in different areas of urology to offer the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases of the urinary system, both in men and women.
Our team is up-to-date on the latest advances in urological care, including minimally invasive surgery and robotic surgery.
At Century Medical Center, we treat a wide variety of health problems affecting the urinary system in both men and women. Among the conditions we treat are
⦁ Prostate enlargement and obstruction
⦁ Erectile Dysfunction
⦁ Kidney stones
⦁ Loss of sexual desire and sexual dysfunction
⦁ Urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control)
⦁ Urinary tract infections
⦁ Urologic cancers (including bladder, kidney and prostate cancers)
If you have kidney, bladder, or prostate cancer, our team of oncologists and radiologists will work with you to create a treatment plan. We will explain all of your treatment options so that you can make the decision that is best for you.
Our clinic offers a wide variety of diagnostic tests. These include the following:
⦁ Biopsies (for cancer detection)
⦁ Cystoscopy (to examine the inside of the bladder)
⦁ Urodynamic testing (to assess bladder and urethral function)
As usual, we don’t like to go to the doctor until something happens to us. Until we have an illness, we see some sign of alarm that worries us; we are not forced to consult a doctor. It is then that we make an appointment with our family doctor, who guides us and help us or sends us to a doctor who specializes in the problems we are having.
From the moment you arrive at our clinic, we will provide you with the best attention and care and impeccable service that characterizes us.
Century Medical Center has both surgical and non-surgical treatments available to relieve urinary incontinence. Non-surgical treatments include the following:
⦁ Pelvic floor rehabilitation. This physical therapy program is customized for each patient and can strengthen the muscles that help with bladder control.
⦁ Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTS) For this treatment, electrical stimulation is used to activate the nerves that help with bladder control.