Did You Know That High Cholesterol Can Make It Difficult To Get An Erection?

Learn the best ways to avoid erectile dysfunction.

What Men Need To Know About Urethral Strictures

Both men and women have urethras, which are tubes that transport urine out of the body. There are a few medical problems that can affect a man's urethra, including urethral strictures. A urethral strictures occurs when the urethra becomes abnormally narrow. If you've been diagnosed with this painful condition or you suspect you might have symptoms of it, it's time to make an appointment with a urologist. Read more of this article on our blog!

Introducing a New Treatment for Women's Sexual Health

Since medications became available to treat low libido, much of the focus on sexual dysfunction has been on male sexual health. But countless women also experience sexual health problems. When you watch this video, you’ll hear from 2 nurse practitioners at the Women’s Institute for Sexual Health (WISH), a division of Urology Associates, P.C.

Brooke Faught and Vikki Pedigo explain that almost half of all women in the U.S. experience some type of sexual dysfunction, such as pain during intercourse, vaginal dryness, or low libido. Now, there is finally an FDA-approved medication available to improve sexual health in women. Watch this video to hear about the clinical trials for this medication.

If you would like to speak with a sexual health specialist in Tennessee, you can call (615)250-9265. The WISH clinic at Urology Associates, P.C. provides sensitive, confidential care for women.

Watch their YouTube video here!

What can you add to hormone therapy to increase prostate cancer survival by about 40%?

Read this article from ScienceDaily to find out!

Please Welcome

Dr. David Duong to our Charlotte Avenue office! Dr. Duong has been practicing Urology since 2009, and moved from San Francisco to join our group. Schedule your appointment today by calling (615)250-9200! For more information on Dr. Duong's background visit his biography here.

AmpUp! Walk/Run To End Bladder Cancer

More than 500,000 people are living with bladder cancer in the US and this year nearly 77,000 will be newly diagnosed, and 16,000 will not survive their bladder cancer journey.

We are walking to raise funds for the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) to fulfill its mission to advance research, provide information and support, and to raise awareness on bladder cancer.

DONATE NOW! In honor of all those affected by bladder cancer - please help us reach our goal. Any amount helps! You can JOIN OUR TEAM to Walk/Run on Sunday, May 21st, beginning at 9:30am - Registration is $25/adults and $10/chidren 12&under.

To Donate or Join Urology Associates, and BCAN, visit our team page at: http://support.bcan.org/goto/urologyassociates

Happy National Nurses Week!

Get the Facts About Erectile Dysfunction

If you are suffering from Erectile Dysfunction(ED) then you should know that you're not alone and that help is available. By visiting a urologist, you can find a solution to ED that works for you. Our former provider, Dr. Bill Dutton, speaks on Erectile Dysfunction

Are All Urological Problem Testing Methods Equal?

Urology News: New study challenges diagnostic approach for common urological condition.

Happy Administrative Professional Day!

Only 3 Weeks Away!

Only 3 weeks left until our Job Fair on May 20th from 8am-12pm! Are you interested in working in the healthcare field? Come to our open job fair on May 20th during the hours of 8am-12pm to learn more about Urology Associates, and the care we strive to offer our patients. This is an open fair where you will be able to see if our practice is the right fit for you, and complete our interview process. Please be ready for an on-site interview with resume in hand!
We are currently hiring for all positions:
-Clinical
-Administrative
-Maintenance
-Surgical Staff
To view a full list of currently open positions visit the Join Our Team page!

Join Us In Welcoming Maddy!

March 23rd, 2017, is National Puppy Day!

UA Job Fair!

Are you interested in working in the healthcare field? Come to our open job fair on March 11th during the hours of 8am-12pm to learn more about Urology Associates, and the care we strive to offer our patients. This is an open fair where you will be able to see if our practice is the right fit for you, and complete our interview process. Visit our opportunities page to learn more about the current positions available.

Signs of a Kidney Infection

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can sometimes affect one or both kidneys, particularly if these infections are not met with early treatment. If the kidneys do become involved, then prompt UTI treatment is critical to prevent additional complications. Rarely, these complications can include death. Urinary tract infections that involve the kidneys may be indicated by the need to urinate more frequently than usual, painful urination, and abdominal pain. If you are experiencing symptoms of a UTI call our office today for a consultation at (615)250-9200 or visit our blog for more details.

Happy First Day of Spring!

Understanding the Risks and Symptoms of Penile Cancer.

Cancerous cells are abnormal cells that grow in an uncontrolled manner. Eventually, the mass of abnormal cells can form a tumor. Cancerous cells can also spread well beyond their point of origin, making treatment more complicated and less likely to result in a favorable outcome. For these reasons, it's important for men to understand their risk factors of cancers such as penile cancer, which originates at the penis. If you are having issues with your penis call our office for an appointment today at (615)250-9200. Visit our blog for more details.

Opening Up About OAB

The Link Between PSA Levels and Prostate Cancer

In men, the prostate gland produces a protein called prostate-specific antigen (PSA). A PSA test measures the level of this protein in a man’s bloodstream. This is clinically significant because prostate cancer can be associated with elevated PSA levels. However, it’s important to note that many men with prostate cancer do not have elevated PSA levels and many men with high PSA levels do not have prostate cancer. A urology specialist will evaluate each patient on a case-by-case basis. Call (615)250-9200 to schedule your consultation today, or visit our blog for more details.

What Causes Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common urologic condition in which one of the pelvic organs moves out of position. For example, the bladder may drop lower and push against the vaginal walls. POP can cause uncomfortable symptoms, including pain or pressure in the area, incontinence, and constipation. If you suspect you might have POP call our office to schedule an appointment today at (615)250-9200. Visit our blog for more details on pelvic organ prolapse.

What Does It Mean to Have an Elevated PSA?

What Does It Mean to Have an Elevated PSA? Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein that is made by the prostate and present in your blood. Your primary care physician or urologist may perform a PSA test as a routine part of your preventative health care regime. Abnormal levels can indicate a health problem, such as prostate cancer. If you are interested in having your PSA levels tested call our office today to schedule an appointment (615)250-9200. Visit our blog for more details.

Job Fair!

Are you interested in working in the healthcare field? Come to our open job fair on March 11th during the hours of 8-12pm to learn more about Urology Associates, and the care we strive to offer our patients.
This is an open fair where you will be able to see if our practice is the right fit for you, and complete our interview process.

You will have a chance to meet with employees in each area of our practice:

  • Clinical
  • Administrative
  • Maintenance
  • Surgical Staff


Please be prepared for on-site interviews with your resume in hand! We are continuously taking resumes for all positions at Urology Associates.

Tournament Time 2017

Don't miss out on watching your favorite March Madness games! Schedule your vasectomy consult and procedure on the same day, and relax while watching your team play! 2 days of time-off from work are recommended so March is the perfect time to schedule your visit. Call (615)250-9349 NOW!

Cost estimation is available with your health insurance information. Offer only valid for March 2017. Offer available at all Urology Associates, P.C., locations in Tennessee.

Happy President's Day!

A Look at Stress Urinary Incontinence

Urologists often diagnose stress urinary incontinence in women. It occurs when small amounts of urine leak at inappropriate times. Incontinence can occur when a person is sneezing, laughing, coughing, or engaging in any other activities that exert pressure on the bladder. If you are experiencing stress urinary incontinence call our office at (615)250-9200 to schedule your appointment today or visit our blog for more details.

Happy Valentine's Day!!

Treating Recurrent Vaginal Yeast Infections

Women typically treat vaginal yeast infections with over-the-counter (OTC) products, assuming that there is no need to visit a urologist. However, women who develop recurrent yeast infections would be wise to see a urology specialist instead of continuing to rely on OTC suppositories. This is because it’s possible for these patients to actually have vestibulitis, which mimics the symptoms of vaginal yeast infections and may be caused by repeated yeast infections. To see the full blog article visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com. If you are experiencing symptoms for yeast infections call our office today to schedule an appointment at (615)250-9200!

Advice for Discussing Sexual Health Issues with Your Partner

If you or your partner is experiencing sexual health issues, such as erectile dysfunction or low libido, communication is an essential part of overcoming them. It’s not always easy to begin a conversation about sexual health, but it’s important for your relationship to have an open and ongoing dialogue with your partner about issues you may both be experiencing. These tips for discussing sexual health can help you start the conversation. To see the full list of tips visit our blog.

Should you get a PSA test? Read this article from the Mayo Clinic to help you make a decision: Prostate Cancer Screening

What Are the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments of Vaginal Atrophy?

Atrophic vaginitis, or vaginal atrophy, is a condition that urologists most often diagnose in women who are already in menopause, but it may also occur at other stages of a woman’s life. Vaginal atrophy is characterized by the thinning and inflammation of the tissues in the vaginal wall, which can cause painful symptoms and sexual dysfunction. Although these issues can be distressing, women should be aware that effective medical treatments are available. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms call our offices today at (615)250-9200 or visit our blog for more details.

Let's Talk About Sex!

Women's Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) is pleased to offer a free seminar for women on Thursday, February 9th, at 5:30pm. This educational program will discuss the latest treatments now available at WISH that improve sexual health for women experiencing pain with intercourse, low or no libido, pelvic pain, urine leakage and overactive bladder. Please welcome our guest speaker, Emi Canahuati, who is a locally renowned sexuality educator!

The WISH clinic is devoted entirely to the treatment of sexual and pelvic floor dysfunction in women. Two out of five postmenopausal women suffer from vaginal dryness, itching, burning, painful urination and painful intercourse, but they don't have to! One third of all U.S. women will have a pelvic health problem by age sixty, but they can be helped! Forty-three percent of women report some alteration in sexual function such as libido, arousal, orgasm and pain, but there are treatments for those!

For more information or to register for the seminar on Thursday, February 9th, at 5:30pm at our main clinic location 2801 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209, please call (615)250-9349. Help us share the word by using #LetsTalkAboutSex in your social media posts!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017

Today we honor the courageous leader who inspired change and equality over 50 years ago. Happy #MLKDay!

What Does It Mean to Have an Elevated PSA?

Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein that is made by the prostate and present in your blood. Your primary care physician or urologist may perform a PSA test as a routine part of your preventative health care regime. Abnormal levels can indicate a health problem, such as prostate cancer. If you are experiencing issues with elevated PSA call our offices today at (615)250-9200, or visit our blog for more information.

Naturally Improving Prostate Health - Total Health Magazine

The prostate is an important male gland that secretes a fluid found in semen. In addition, the urethra (the tube through which urine flows) runs through the prostate, so changes in prostate structure, such as prostate enlargement, can profoundly and negatively affect urinary function. The most common issue that impacts prostate health for most men is benign prostatic hyperplasia. A more serious, common issue is prostate cancer. This article will review these problems, and consider some key nutraceuticals that may help. Visit Total Health Magazine to read the full article.

Get the Facts About Chronic Testicular Pain

Thousands of men visit a urologist because of testicular pain. In some cases, the pain is caused by a debilitating condition called chronic testicular pain, or CTP. CTP ranges from mild to severe and can interfere with every day activities. If you believe you could be suffering from CTP, your urologist can provide treatments to ease your symptoms and help you enjoy a better quality of life. Call our offices at (615)250-9200 to schedule an appointment today, or visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com for more details.

What You Need to Know About Kidney Stones

Most people know kidney stones' reputation for being painful, but what exactly are they, and how can your urologist treat them? Watch this video to find out. If you are suffering from kidney stones call our office at (615)250-9200 today to schedule an appointment!

The Winter Solstice is the shortest day and longest night of the year!

Advice for Discussing Sexual Health Issues with Your Partner

If you or your partner is experiencing sexual health issues, such as erectile dysfunction or low libido, communication is an essential part of overcoming them. It's not always easy to begin a conversation about sexual health, but it's important for your relationship to have an open and ongoing dialoguse with your partner about issues you may both be experiencing. These tips for discussing sexual health can help you start the conversation. If you are experiencing sexual health issues call (615)250-9200 to schedule an appointment today!

When To See A Urologist About Premature Ejaculation

At least one in three men will experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives, and when it is an infrequent issue, then it is not typically cause for concern. However, there are instances in which you should consider talking to a urologist. If you have problems with premature ejaculation call our offices at (615)250-9200 for an appointment today! Visit our blog for more details: When to See a Urologist About Premature Ejaculation

Please Join Us In Thanking Paulette

Please join us in thanking our Skyline/Springfield office manager, Paulette, for over 30 years of service! She will be retiring at the end of the year, and will be greatly missed. We wish her all the best as she beings this new chapter in her life. Come back to see us!

We Will Miss You Paulette!

Happy Holidays From Our UA Family To Yours

Treatment Options for Women with Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence can cause an enormous amount of anxiety for women, but if it is happening to you, you should know that you are not alone. Incontinence impacts the lives of millions of women of all ages in the U.S. Up to 80% of the 25 million people who live with urinary incontinence are women. The good news for women with incontinence is that you don't have to suffer in silence. Multiple treatment options are available to control your symptoms and let you approach life with confidence again. Help starts with a visit to your urologist. To schedule your visit call (615)250-9200 today, or read the full article on incontinence here.

December Parting Thoughts

Dr. Daniel Ramirez is featured in the Hendersonville Lifestyle magazine's holiday article Parting Thoughts. Dr. Ramirez shares memories of past holidays, and traditions he looks forward to experiencing with his new daughter. To read the full article visit the online publication of Hendersonville Lifestyle: Parting Thoughts

Gotta Go? 13 Reasons for Urine Trouble - Causes of Incontinence

Do you have to go to the bathroom all the time or have "accidents" if you can't get there fast enough? You may have stress incontinence or urge incontinence(Or even a combination of the two). Fortunately, there may be a clear cause, and treatments can help. Here are 13 health conditions or problems that could result in incontinence. If you are having difficulty with incontinence call our office today at (615)250-9200. To read the full article on the causes of incontinence click here.

Taking A Closer Look At Prostatitis

Prostatitis refers to inflammation or infection of the prostate gland, and it is the most common prostate condition in men over 50. There are four main types of the condition, and each requires care by a urologist. If you have been diagnosed with prostatitis or believe you could have the condition please call our office at (615)250-9200 or visit our blog to learn more.

Recovering From A Vasectomy

Vasectomy is a fairly minor procedure that men can have as a form of permanent birth control. During this procedure, the vas deferens is sealed so that sperm will no longer be present in your semen. The recovery time for a vasectomy is short, but there are certain steps you take to ensure that everything goes well. To learn more about the vasectomy procedure visit our blog article here.

Please Welcome Dr. Lisa Jambusaria to Urology Associates!

Join us in welcoming our very first UroGynecologist Dr. Lisa Jambusaria! We are pleased to have her on our team, and know she will be a great asset to all of our patients. Call (615)250-9200 to schedule your appointment today, and visit her biography to learn more about her!

Cranberry Doesn't Prevent UTIs, study finds

Cranberries, cranberry juice and cranberry products are often recommended as a natural way to prevent urinary tract infections, but a new study suggests that this effort may be futile. Read the full article on CNN here.

Happy Radiology Technician Week!

New Procedure For Frequent Male Urination

Urology Associates, P.C., is proud to offer the UroLift treatment. UroLift was featured on The Doctors TV show on October 27th, and you can watch the video here. UroLift is a minimally invasive procedure, effective for treating symptoms of enlarged prostate without causing sexual side effects. For more information on the UroLift procedure read an article located on The Wall Street Journal. To schedule your urology consult to discuss the UroLift procedure call (615)250-9200 today!

What Are the Symptoms of Overactive Bladder?

Overactive bladder - sometimes called OAB - is a common condition that causes the overwhelming need to urinate and the inability to stop the flow of urine. The intrusive condition can be controlled with the help of your urologist, so see you rdoctor if it happens to you! To schedule an appointment call (615)250-9200 or visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com for more details.

November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month

We are thrilled to be doing our part for National Bladder Health Awareness Month by offering a FREE Educational Class on Menopause and the Pelvic Floor. Join us on November 1st beginning at 5:30pm at 2801 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville 37209!

Join Our Team In The Fight Against Breast Cancer

Why We are Making Strides

Welcome to our Team Page! Almost everyone has been touched by breast cancer in some way, so we've decided to make a difference by walking and raising money in our local American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event.

The donations our team raises will enable investment in groundbreaking breast cancer research as well as provide free information and services for those diagnosed with the disease. More than 3.1 million breast cancersurvivors will celebrate another birthday this year!

Why We Support the American Cancer Society

Saving lives from breast cancer starts one team, one walker, and one dollar at a time. We know that the American Cancer Society is the leader in the fight to end breast cancer. We know that supporting them will ensure that if you need someone to talk to anytime of the day or night, they’ll be there. If your friend is losing her hair from chemo, your mother needs a ride to treatment, or a loved one needs a place to stay when treatment is far from home, they will be there to help.

Join us and together we will walk for a world without breast cancer. Support our team, Urine Good Hands, by donating on our page today! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/UrologyAssociates

What to Expect During a Male Fertility Evaluation

Has your partner been unable to get pregnant following a year of unprotected sex? If so, then you or she may be suffering from infertility. If you’re a man and your partner is unable to conceive, then your doctor may advise you to see a urologist for a male fertility evaluation. Visit our blog to see what you can expect from this process: www.urologynashvilleblog.com or call (615)250-9200 to schedule your consult today.

Possible Causes of Low Libido in Women

When it comes to sexual health for women, low libido is not an uncommon problem. The sexual response cycle requires both psychological and physical stimulation, and it can be affected by many issues. If you believe you are experiencing low libido call our WISH (Women's Institute for Sexual Health) clinic at (615)250-9265 to schedule an appointment today! To learn more about the possible causes of low libido in women visit our blog at www.nashvilleblog.com.

The WISH clinic is also hosting an open conversation about pain with intercourse, low or no libido, pelvic pain, urine leakage, and overactive bladder on Thursday, September 22nd, beginning at 5:30pm at their newest office location 4601 Carothers Parkway, Suite 475, Franklin, TN 37067. If you are interested in attending this education session RSVP by calling (615)250-9265. We look forward to seeing you there! #LetsTalkAboutSex.

Let's Talk About Sex

Join us for an evening of open discussion where it's OK to talk about sex. The WISH clinic is hosting an educational session at their newest office location in Franklin, TN, on Thursday, September 22nd, from 5:30 - 7pm. RSVP by calling (615)250-9265. We look forward to seeing you there! #LetsTalkAboutSex

What It Means to Have Elevated PSA Levels

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a protein that is produced by the prostate gland. If your urologist determines that you have elevated PSA levels, you may be asked to undergo additional tests to figure out if a medical condition could be causing this. It is possible for elevated PSA levels to indicate prostate cancer, although many men who do have elevated PSA levels do not have prostate cancer. Similarly, some men with low PSA levels do have prostate cancer. This is why additional tests may be needed. If you think you have elevated PSA call to schedule an appointment today at (615)250-9200 or visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com for more details.

Prevent Bladder Cancer With These Lifestyle Suggestions

Bladder cancer cannot be prevented, but you may be able to reduce some of your risk for getting it. If you are experiencing symptoms caused by bladder cancer call our office at (615)250-9200 or visit www.webmd.com for more details.

Let's Talk About Sex

1/3 of all U.S. women will have a pelvic health problem by age 60, but we can help. Join us for an evening of open conversation where it's OK to talk about it. #LetsTalkAboutSex. For more information visit Upcoming WISH Events.

A Patient's Guide to Renal Cell Carcinoma

Renal cell carcinoma is the most common type of kidney cancer. It develops when malignant cells from int he linings of the tubules of the kidneys. One or both kidneys may be affected. Patients who have been diagnosed with kidney cancer are encouraged to speak with a urologist about their cancer treatment options. If you are suffering from renal cell carcinoma call our office at (615)250-9200 or visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com for more details.

6 Tips for Keeping Your Urinary System Healthy

There are a few simple habits that you can adopt that may reduce risks of problems developing, in your urinary tract, such as urinary tract infections, kidney stones, and chronic UTIs. If you are experiencing any of these issues call our office at (615)250-9200 or visit www.verywell.com for more details.

Join Us in Welcoming Dr. Daniel Ramirez to Our Hendersonville and Gallatin Offices!

Comparing Causes of Pelvic Pain in Men and Women.

The pelvic region is the lowest part of the abdomen or trunk. In men and women, chronic pelvic pain can have a number of causes, including medical conditions that stem from the reprodcutive, musculoskeletal, urinary, and digestive systems. If you are experiencing pelvic pain call our offices today at (855)901-1338 or visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com for more details.

Getting the Facts About Nocturia

Do you find yourself frequently waking up during the night to go to the bathroom? You could have a problem known as nocturia, which is characterized by the disruption of the normal sleep cycle due to the need to urinate more than once during the night. This urology issue can lead to other health problems associated with chronic sleep deprivation. Fortunately, a urologist can determine the underlying causes and recommend appropriate treatment options. For more information visit www.urologynashvillelbog.com or call (855)901-1338 today!

Pre-Visit registration is here!

Urology Associates, P.C., is now using Phreesia's Pre-Visit patient registration to streamline your arrival. Effective August 1st, you will receive an email from us 2 days before your scheduled visit. Open the emailed link and fill our your information from your computer, tablet or mobile device. This technology allows us to provide you with a faster and simpler arrival, and lets you check-in on your own time, from the privacy of your own device. It's just one of the ways Phreesia and Urology Associates are putting patients first!

What Are the Causes of Bladder Infections?

Urinary tract infections or bladder infections can cause uncomfortable symptoms like burning sensations during urination. If you suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections, it may be time to visit a urologist to discuss an effective UTI treatment plan. Click here to watch an animation to find out about the possible causes of UTIs. You'll learn why women tend to get them more frequently than men. You'll also discover that pregnancy, menopause, diabetes, certain birth defects, and bladder or kidney stones can all contribute to bladder infections. This animation offers some helpful tips for preventing future UTIs. You'll find compassionate providers and effective treatment options here at Urology Associates. If you suffer from a UTI and you live in Tennessee, give us a call at (855)901-1338 today!

Exploring the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments of Vaginal Atrophy

Vaginal atrophy, also referred to as atrophic vaginitis, is a sexual health problem that occurs in response to changing hormone levels. This condition is characterized by the thinning and drying out of the vaginal walls. These vaginal walls also become inflames. If you suspect you may be suffering from this type of sexual dysfunction, consider requesting a referral to a urologist. For more information visit www.urologynashvilleblog.com or call (855)901-1338 for an appointment today!

Tournament Time - The Entire Month of March

Don't miss out on watching your favorite sports team. Schedule your consult and vasectomy on Wednesdays, and be home to watch the games for the rest of the week - Doctors Orders! This is a limited time offer, and appointments are based on availability so schedule yours today! Prices are based on insurance policies.

Spring Forward This Weekend!

Don't miss your appointments! Daylight savings time begins on Sunday, March 13th.

Happy International Women's Day! March 8th, 2016

International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day, is celebrated every year on March 8th. For the history behind International Women's Day click here.

A Look at Our Men's Health Clinic

In order to maintain your personal health, it’s important to visit a men’s health clinic regularly for urology services. At Urology Associates, P.C., we offer comprehensive urological services, including erectile dysfunction treatment, male infertility treatment, cancer treatment, and treatment for incontinence, kidney stones, and low libido. Visit our men’s health clinic and learn how it can help you improve your physical and sexual health.

Dangerous Weather Alert - 01/22/2016

Urologists in the Driver's Seat: Treating Advanced Prostate Cancer

Join Dr. Raoul Concepcion, Gerald Breeden, PA-C, and Rick Trotter in discussing the latest treatments for Prostate Cancer.

"My libido has left the building, but ADDYI(tm) may have found it!"

Brooke Faught, Clinical Director and Vikki Pedigo, both practicing clinicians at the Women's Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) in Nashville, TN talk about what this pill is, who it's for, and what it does. Join them for the 50th episode on House Call With Dr. Mac!

The Doctors featured our MonaLisa Touch

The Doctors featured our new MonaLisa Touch laser treatment for women on their show this week. The MonaLisa Touch is a minimally invasive procedure that uses CO2 fractional laser technology to reverse vaginal atrophy and laxity often caused by hormonal changes in pre- and post- menopausal women. To learn more about the new MonaLisa Touch laser treatment visit WISHNashville.com. Click here to view The Doctors episode.

Prostate Cancer Awareness Video

Dr. Gautam Jayram provides information on Prostate Cancer in our new Awareness video.

To watch the video follow the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2C6x_noLdxk

MonaLisa Touch Seminar

Join Nurse Practitioners' Brooke Faught and Vikki Pedigo for an educational session to discuss our new MonaLisa Touch laser treatment for women.

OAB : Driving Success with a Patient Navigator

Please join our Chief Nursing Officer, Beth Rutledge, RN, for a 30-minute webinar to learn about:

  • Prevalence and Impact of OAB and FI
  • The need for a standardized patient experience
  • How to implement a patient navigator in your practice

FDA Approves Addyi!

The FDA approved the first ever treatment of Sexual Desire Disorder in Women on August 18th, 2015. Two of Urology Associates' Nurse Practitioners, Brooke Faught and Vikki Pedigo, lobbied for Addyi's approval earlier this year, and are ecstatic to have been a part of this monumental decision. To learn more about how Addyi will help numerous women take a look at our informative video.

Urology Associates, P.C., First in Tennessee to Offer Targeted MRI/Ultrasound Fusion Biopsy

Urology Associates, M.D., is proud to announce a powerful new Magnetic Resonance (MR) solution for analysis, planning and targeted biopsy of the prostate. This complete clinical MR solution for the ...
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We have joined Twitter!

You will now be able to keep up with the UA family and the latest and greatest treatment trends by following us on Twitter. Follow our page today! @UA_Nashville
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Urology Associates is growing and changing!

The practice formerly known as the Center for Urological Treatment (CUT) has now joined Urology Associates. We are glad to be welcoming Dr. Tara Allen, Dr. Howard Aubert, Dr. L. Dean Knoll and Dr. ...
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Join us for an evening of yoga.

Urology Associates’ Women’s Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) invites you to an evening of yoga! We will be hosting classes on July 24 and August 21 from 5:30 to 6:45 PM with guest yoga ...
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Advanced Therapeutics Center

The Advanced Therapeutics Center of Urology Associates is focused on delivering high quality care utilizing cutting edge therapies that will be complimentary with the medicines already delivered by ...
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Urology Associates Charlotte Location is Now Even Easier to Visit

Urology Associates’ Charlotte Ave. location is now even more convenient with the brand new 31st/28th street connector bridge opening October 2nd. This connector bridge will give patients a ...
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Early Detection of Prostate Cancer Saves Lives

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended healthy men should no longer receive prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood tests as part of routine cancer screening. • This decision is ...
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The Data

The most recently updated study, The Göteborg Randomized Population-based Prostate Cancer Screening Trial,1 2 found that with screening, deaths from prostate cancer dropped 44% over a 14-year ...
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Take Action

Voice concern to task force chair, Dr. Virginia Moyer, at moyer@bcm.edu and your federal policymakers today!
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