Urology of Indiana offers 30 urologists and 5 urogynecologists who see patients in 17 clinical office locations throughout central Indiana. We provide complete diagnosis and treatment for urologic disorders and diseases in men, women and children.
Let’s face it, when it comes to emptying your bladder, when you gotta go, you gotta go…and sometimes nature calls at the most inconvenient times. It happens to us all, but if it happens too much you may be suffering from overactive bladder.
While we haven’t yet determined a way to prevent cancer in its entirety, there are little things we can do as a part of our everyday routine to reduce the overall risk of all forms of cancer, from kidney to breast to prostate. One of these preventative measures is to maintain a diet full of cancer-combatting nutrients.
Testicular and breast cancer have a lot more in common than you think. Both are diagnosed by four classifications, affect gender-specific parts of the body, have increasing chances of survival the earlier they are treated and can be discovered with a self-examination. Early symptoms of the disease include swelling, pain or “heaviness” of the scrotum and even a sore lower abdomen or groin. The most telltale sign of cancer is the occurrence of a testicular lump.
Thank you Dr. Scott for eliminating my terrible kidney pain this morning. Your surgery nurses were truly comforting in my moment of fear. And to the anesthesiologist that put me under even after I mentioned that I was a runner, much appreciation for the sleeping gas prior to any needles, thank you!Jason, Patient
"I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to Dr. Mutone and Dr. Sprunger for their talent and compassion. I had a VVF and after a terrible 7 months, I finally have my life back and am able to take care of and enjoy my 3 precious children. The doctors and staff at Urology of Indiana are the best! Thank you again!"Michelle, Patient
I just adore Dr. Vaught! He has been the best Urologist I have ever been to. He was smart enought to look deeper into my CAT Scan results and found a huge mass on my ovary...now I have to go back to my wonderful Gynecologist and have surgery to have it removed. Great doctors are hard to find, but I've had great luck with them for sure!Mary, Patient