Clinical Specialties

Clinical Specialties

 
Cutting-Edge Care in All Major Subspecialties.

Our faculty in the Department of Urology at UW-Madison are highly-trained experts in their fields who provide advanced patient care through our affiliated hospitals and clinics in the following medical specialties:

The University of Wisconsin Stone Program (UWSP) provides patients and physicians in Wisconsin and surrounding states with a comprehensive resource for treating all aspects of kidney stone disease.


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH is a process of prostatic enlargement that occurs in aging men.

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) is a subspecialty of Urology. We provide consultation and comprehensive management of women with complex pelvic conditions, lower urinary tract disorders, and pelvic floor dysfunction.

These problems can include urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, and neurogenic bladder. We offer our patients a combination of extensive experience, commitment to patient care, and the most advanced techniques of simple and complex pelvic reconstruction.

Our experts in the University of Wisconsin Department of Urology provide advanced treatment options for conditions including urethral stricture disease, male incontinence, erectile dysfunction, management of urologic injuries, and neurologic disorders affecting the urinary tract.

We work with each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan that meets your goals.

Our urologists with fellowship training in male infertility. We work with our patients to determine the underlying cause of their fertility problems and offer the most effective treatment options for their condition.

Our urologists are experts in sexual health and will provide comprehensive care for all patients.

The UW Department of Urology provides comprehensive care for all patients with prostate, kidney, bladder, testis, penile and other genitourinary tract cancers. Our urologic oncologists specialize in minimally invasive surgical procedures. The Urologic Cancer team also manages a number of active clinical trials aimed at developing new therapies for genitourinary cancers.

The goal of the University of Wisconsin Pediatric Urology Division is to provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and treatment of complex genitourinary problems in children, including:

• Anorectal malformations
• Bedwetting
• Bladder and bowel dysfunction
• Complications of circumcision
• Cryptorchidism
• Hernias
• Hypospadias
• Hydroceles
• Pediatric kidney stone disease
• Renal anomalies
• Spina bifida (Neurogenic bladder/bowel)
• Vesicoureteral reflux