Many urologic procedures can be performed within the office under local anesthesia and take between 5-30 minutes. Additionally, our office has the full capabilities of anesthesia and instruments for various urologic procedures in an official JCAHO-certified procedure room.
Procedures marked with a * can be performed either under local anesthesia or with sedation.
Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation
Prostate Biopsy - MRI Fusion
In The Operating Room
We perform a multitude of surgical procedures that require general anesthesia and are performed in a hospital operating room. Here are a sampling of the most commonly performed procedures:
Procedures marked with a * can be performed either via an open surgical approach or via a minimally-invasive approach (laparoscopic/robotic)
Cystectomy (removal of bladder)*
Cystoscopy (camera into the bladder)
ESWL (kidney stone lithotripsy)
Nephrectomy (removal of kidney)*
Partial nephrectomy (removal of kidney tumor only)*
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (kidney stone removal)
Sling placement (male or female)
TURBT (bladder tumor removal)
TURP (prostate resection)
Ureteral stent placement
Ureteroscopy/laser lithotripsy (kidney stone removal)
In The Community
Join the Potomac Urology team along with our bladder cancer survivors in this national movement to help raise money and awareness during National Bladder Cancer Awareness Month every May.
Movember 2015 marked Potomac Urology's inaugural participation in this global initiative. Join our team every November and let your mustache speak loudly and help raise awareness for Men's Health.
Teaming up with NCBW, Sentara, and the Potomac Health Foundation, the Potomac Urology team has been educating and leading informal discussions regarding prostate cancer screening and management to African-American churches across Prince William County.
Potomac Urology kicked off Septembeard 2016 with a prostate awareness themed Potomac Nationals baseball game hosted by Sentara. Join us at the beginning of each September for this kick-off extravaganza!
Potomac Urology marked their Septembeard debut in 2015, raising over $1000 in donations to help fight prostate cancer. Join our team as we lead this fight yet again every September during National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
Potomac Urology leads the charge with our prostate cancer survivors to put an end to prostate cancer. Join us for the run/walk this year and do your part in making a difference!