From the time you walk through our doors, we strive to manage all of your urologic care under one roof.
Think imaging studies. Think diagnostic testing.
Think pathologic testing. Think surgical treatments.
This makes GBU unique, and we’re proud of this distinction.
“Very professional and efficient visit. Problem diagnosed and explained. Remedy prescribed. Started feeling better after one application of medication.”
“Have been to GBU 3 times. They are comfortable, concise and have an urgency in treating the patients. With as many professionals on staff, getting the right treatment is the highest priority.”
“I have never had a doctor take so much time in discussing my health. She didn't make my husband or I feel in the least bit rushed. What a breath of fresh air!”
“Seen within 10 minutes of appointment time, staff was professional and friendly.”
“Excellent care, from diagnosis through treatment!”
How Do Acoustic Shockwaves Treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
Erectile dysfunction is common: it affects 40% of men by the time they’re 40 and up to 70% by the time they’re 70. In this video, Dr. Michael P. Donovan discusses ED, including a new treatment that’s now available at GBU: acoustic shockwaves therapy (AST). Learn more about erectile dysfunction.
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Learn how to evaluate nutritional supplements in this guest post from Theralogix.November 18, 2019
November 2019 is National Bladder Health Awareness Month. Check out our roundup of helpful resources.August 02, 2018
It's Movember 2019! Learn about this important month and how we can work together to end prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and more.October 09, 2019
Dr. Michael Geffin discusses the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, including drawbacks and other available tests, such as PHI (Prostate Health Index).