Hutchinson Clinic Adds Urologist

Urology has historically been a specialty with mostly male physicians, but more women like Allison Glass, MD, are choosing to make that their specialty. Dr. Glass is joining the urology department with the Hutchinson Clinic in September.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Can Help With Radiation-Induced Bleeding

Hyperbaric therapy can be a treatment option for the small percentage of male patients who develop hemorrhagic cystitis or proctitis following appropriate radiation therapy for prostate cancer.

Wichita’s Via Christi Clinic Adds Specialist in Female Pelvic Medicine

Native Wichitan Simon Patton, MD, recently joined Via Christi Clinic, providing services in a relatively new female-focused field of medicine.

Helping Patients Approach Taboo Topics

Intimate conditions such as an overactive bladder, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction can often be intimidating and even embarrassing for patients to bring up with their doctors.

Philippe Nabbout, MD

“They are still sort of taboo topics, and patients are reluctant to...

Hyperbaric Therapy for Radiation-Induced Hemorrhagic Cystitis

Via Christi Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Therapy is addressing a side effect of cancer treatment.

Treatment of Advanced Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a confounding disease. It demonstrates a remarkable spectrum of tumor behavior. Low-risk cancer may be indolent and take 20 years to cause death.

Men and Testosterone

The challenge of when and whether to treat hypogonadism is a common issue in medical practice. Is hypogonadism a natural part of aging? What are the limitations of diagnostic measures? What are the risks and benefits of treatment, and what treatments are available?

Committed to Advanced Urologic Care — Jeffrey S. Davis, Wichita Urology Group

Urology has always been at the forefront in implementing exciting technologies, and Wichita Urology Group (WUG) has always been among the earliest adopters of innovative advances in surgical technology. The promise that technology represents is one of the main elements that drew Jeffrey S. Davis, MD, to urology, and ultimately to WUG.