Since urology deals with the urinary tracts of men and women as well as the male reproductive organ, if you're a woman you may want to focus in on a gynecological urologist -- a sort of specialist's specialist, if you will -- in order to get the best care possible.
When looking for a urology specialist, check to be sure that they're board certified. In most states, a urologist has to not only be board certified, but has to have years of specialty surgical training and residency before they're allowed to take the exam for certification.
If you have a disease of the kidneys, prostate gland, or urinary tract, you'll need to see a urology specialist for the best level of care. If your primary care physician doesn't recommend one right away, be sure to ask them for their suggestion.
"Who is an urologist?
An urologist is a skilled professional, who traditionally provides help and maintenance for the urinary track of both men and women as well as the reproductive system of the male.
Why do you look for one?
If you need a professional urologist:
» To provide diagnosis of the pain you are feeling,
» For help with urinary tract infections,
» For urine testing needs,
» For problems with the male reproductive system,
» For improvement of your current condition,
then you look for an urologist.
Where do you find a urologist?
Wantcare will help you to find the best urologist providing courteous, private, and friendly services. Check our listings to find the best urologist close to you. Whether a small practice or a large group, you should prefer a board certified urologist."