The Urology Department at the Surgical Institute of Michigan helps patients who are suffering from urological disease regain their health. Our surgeons work with men, women, and children to repair problems of the urinary tract that can lead to embarrassing problems such as incontinence. The Surgical Institute of Michigan’s urologists also help male patients with reproductive issues.
Urologists at the Surgical Institute of Michigan have earned a reputation for being among the top in their specialty. In fact, all our staff is dedicated to giving patients an optimal patient experience. In addition to receiving the highest level of care, our patients also enjoy shorter wait times and more affordable healthcare costs.
Patients at the Surgical Institute of Michigan have access to some of the most advanced medical technology. We invest in the latest technology because we believe that patients get the best care when we put the finest tools into the hands of highly-skilled surgeons.
Common Urological Procedures
Vasectomy and Vasectomy Reversal
Vasectomies offer men a reliable method of birth control. However, many men are hesitant to undergo this procedure. The Surgical Institute of Michigan offers a No-Scalpel Vasectomy. With this method, there is no incision and less post-surgery pain. The procedure is usually complete in only 15 minutes and is typically covered by health insurance. We also offer Vasectomy Reversals to men who want to restore their fertility. Most Vasectomy Reversal patients can expect their fertility to return approximately six weeks after the surgery.
Prostate disease becomes a common health issue as men age. The Surgical Institute of Michigan is the only local surgery center to offer Green Light Laser Treatment. This treatment was pioneered by our surgeon Dr. Hai, who is internationally renowned for this procedure. The Green Light Laser treats non-cancerous prostate disease more quickly than other invasive methods while producing optimal results.
Kidney Stones are extremely painful and can affect people of all ages. Plus, some treatment methods can be just as uncomfortable. That’s why the Surgical Institute of Michigan offers Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) to treat kidney stones. We are the only local surgery center to offer ESWL. This treatment uses shock waves to break the kidney stones into small pieces in order to more easily pass through the patient’s body.
The Surgical Institute of Michigan’s urologists help patients suffering from a variety urinary tract problems involving the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra. We also offer a range of services to help men with reproductive issues involving the testes, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, and penis. We strive to give our patients access to high-quality care and patient satisfaction. Below is a partial list of urological procedures performed at the Surgical Institute of Michigan.