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Urology Associates was founded 25 years ago to offer exceptional and innovative urologic care to the Denver metro area and our home state of Colorado.
Specialists at the Urology Associates treat diseases and conditions of the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs. We offer expertise across all areas of urology including:
Meet Our Urologists
Our mission is to create a unique healthcare experience delivering the highest quality of innovative urological care in Colorado. We understand that exceptional care is important when choosing a urology practice. We believe that exceptional care comes from constant mindfulness of the whole patient, which involves open communication about the patient’s emotions and concerns, as well as their medical options. Our goal is gaining our patients’ trust and curing them.
Our renowned surgeons are experts in their respective fields and practice medicine the way it should be practiced: with warmth, care, sincerity and respect.
Urology Associates has expanded their Denver-based urology practice by adding six new doctors and three new locations in Denver, Thornton and Brighton.
Urology Associates, a Denver-based general and surgical urology practice, is pleased to welcome Daniel Mazur, M.D., as the newest member of the growing practice. Dr. Daniel Mazur will focus on male infertility and men's sexual health but will also be available for general urological services.
Urology Associates introduces a 10-minute treatment for enlarged prostate (BPH) that utilizes energy in water to shrink the gland that troubles half of men over age 60
Nina Casanova, M.D., joins Urology Associates, a Denver-based general and surgical urology practice, as the newest member of its eight-physician practice. She specializes in urological needs of women & children.
Urology Blog – Recent Posts
Dr. Galansky shares when a boy or young man should wear an athletic cup. He also discusses when a doctor should be consulted for testicular pain.
Dr. Casanova discusses multiple treatment options for overactive bladder including InterStim, PTNS, pessaries, botox and surgery. Read this blog and learn about your options.
Three new studies contradict previous studies about the use of the PSA tests for prostate cancer, finding that it can save lives.
Around 25 percent of men are affected by male incontinence. Understanding the problem and taking steps to relieve it can help men overcome this bothersome obstacle that often carries emotional worries as well.
The first line of defense against urinary tract infections (UTIs) is you, then your primary care doctor, then a urologic specialist.
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