Find the Best Urologist in Houston enlisted below. Read real reviews and reach the most suitable Urologist in Houston easily. There are 167 Urologist in Houston with an average rating of 4.45 stars.

Urology is a specialized department in medical science which deals with urinary tract disorders that occur in men, women, and children. Urologists are the doctors who are specialized in urology and able to diagnose, interpret investigational test reports and treat urinary tract diseases. Urologists have specialty training in urologic surgery after completion of their degree in medical school and two years of general surgical training.

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Brian Miles, MD

Houston Methodist Urology Associates
6560 Fannin Street
Houston, TX, 77030, USA

Urology

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(4.6/5)

Reviews 16

Danielle Antosh, MD

Houston Methodist Urogynecology Associates
6550 Fannin Street
Houston, TX, 77030, USA

Obstetrics Gynecology, Urology

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(4.2/5)

Reviews 8

David Mobley, MD, FACS

Houston Methodist Urology Associates
18300 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX, 77094, USA

Urology

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(4.4/5)

Reviews 8

Berardinucci

Don Berardinucci

Specialty Associates of West Houston, PLLC - Urolo
17070 Red Oak Drive
Houston, TX, 77090, USA

Urology

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(4.3/5)

Reviews 2

Seth

Dr. Abhishek Seth

Texas Childrens Physician Group
6701 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2608, USA

Urology

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(3.5/5)

Reviews 1

Hollander

Dr. Adam Hollander


1631 N Loop W
Houston, TX, 770081531, USA

Urology

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(4/5)

Reviews 1

Hananel

Dr. Alan Hananel

Houston Metro Urology
6560 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2713, USA

Urology

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Skolnick

Dr. Alan Skolnick

Memorial Hermann Medical Group
915 Gessner Rd
Houston, TX, 77024-2537, USA

Urology

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(5/5)

Reviews 3

Pastuszak

Dr. Alexander Pastuszak

Baylor College Of Medicine
1504 Taub Loop
Houston, TX, 77030-1608, USA

Urology

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(4.5/5)

Reviews 1

Goh

Dr. Alvin Goh

Tmh Physician Associates Pllc
7575 San Felipe St
Houston, TX, 77063-1777, USA

Urology

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Selzman

Dr. Andrew Selzman

Memorial Hermann Medical Group
915 Gessner Rd
Houston, TX, 77024-2537, USA

Urology

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(5/5)

Reviews 1

Mittal

Dr. Angela Mittal

Texas Childrens Physician Group
6701 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2608, USA

Urology

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(5/5)

Reviews 1

Makhlouf

Dr. Antoine Makhlouf

Hillcroft Medical Clinic
7700 Main St
Houston, TX, 77030-4456, USA

Urology

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Kamat

Dr. Ashish Kamat

Physicians Referral Service
6655 Travis St
Houston, TX, 77030-1316, USA

Urology

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Mccormick

Dr. Barrett Mccormick


1515 Holcombe Blvd Hemopathology SUITE 72
Houston, TX, 770304000, USA

Urology

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Dillon

Dr. Benjamin Dillon

Kelsey-Seybold Medical Group, Pllc
6624 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2312, USA

Urology

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Armstrong

Dr. Brenton Armstrong


7777 Southwest Fwy 1032
Houston, TX, 770741812, USA

Urology

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Chapin

Dr. Brian Chapin

Physicians Referral Service
6655 Travis St
Houston, TX, 77030-1316, USA

Urology

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Lord

Dr. Brian Lord

Houston Metro Urology
6560 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2713, USA

Urology

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(4.5/5)

Reviews 1

Miles

Dr. Brian Miles

Tmh Physician Associates Pllc
7575 San Felipe St
Houston, TX, 77063-1777, USA

Urology

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Ogletree

Dr. Carl Ogletree

Houston Metro Urology
6560 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2713, USA

Urology

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Reichard

Dr. Chad Reichard


1515 Holcombe Blvd Hemopathology
Houston, TX, 770304000, USA

Urology

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Koh

Dr. Chester Koh

Texas Childrens Physician Group
6701 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030-2608, USA

Urology

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Chon

Dr. Chris Chon

Kelsey-Seybold Medical Group, Pllc
2727 W Holcombe Blvd
Houston, TX, 77025-1669, USA

Urology

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Smith

Dr. Christopher Smith

Baylor College Of Medicine
7200 Cambridge St
Houston, TX, 77030-4202, USA

Urology

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DSHMP

David S Ho Md Pa

6441 Main St
Houston, TX 77030 USA

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HMU

Houston Metro Urology

1140 Westmont Dr SUITE 425
Houston, TX 77015 USA

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HUPP

Houston Urology Partners P.a.

515 W Little York E
Houston, TX 77091 USA

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JBJMP

John.e. Bertini, Jr., Md, Pa

1315 St Joseph Pkwy SUITE 1502
Houston, TX 77002 USA

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NBSMP

Ned B Stein, Md, Pa

7777 Southwest Fwy SUITE 514
Houston, TX 77074 USA

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RJCMP

Robert J Cornell, M.d., P.a.

1315 St Joseph Pkwy SUITE 1700
Houston, TX 77002 USA

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Diseases treated under the urology department

Some of the common urogenital disorders like incontinence or loss of bladder control, urinary tract infections, kidney stones, or other kidney problems, erectile dysfunction, male impotence, male infertility; and both benign and malignant prostate diseases are treated in the urology department.


Some common causes of kidney stone formations

  • Lack of enough water intake increases the possibility of kidney stone formation. A person should intake 8 to 10 glasses of water per day.
  • Some metabolic disorders like gout, hyperparathyroidism increase the susceptibility of kidney stone formation.   
  • Family history of kidney stone formation
  • A side effect of some medicines
  • Sedentary lifestyle or paraplegic patients have a higher risk to develop kidney stone due to lack of water intake due to immobilization
  • Microscopic calcium plaque deposition in the interstitial tissue of the renal papilla, which is clinically termed as Randall's plaque


Tips to prevent prostate cancer

  • Healthy weight management
  • Limited intake of red meat and dairy intake
  • Regular exercise
  • Limit alcohol intake
  • Avoid smoking
  • Avoid intaking self- medication and supplementations
  • After 40 years annual rectal exam with/without a PSA test
  • If required, discuss with a urologist for prostate cancer screening. 

FAQs about Urologist in Houston

You can check the profile of Urologist in Houston from list above, most of them are accepting new patients.

There are many website to look for Urologist reviews like Google, Facebook, HealthSoul.

The best way to find out is call the doctor office directly about insurance acceptance. Even one insurance may offer different products and coverage can be different for each individual. You can check the website of your insurance company if the Urologist chosen by you is in network or not.

There are a few things you must remember while visiting a Urologist in Houston: Always bring a list of your current medications, a list of Doctors you visit, your medical history, your family’s medical history, and a list of questions you have about your condition.

Most Urologist in Houston are available from 8am to 5pm in office and there is always somebody available 24/7 for emergencies. Please call the office to check the availability of a particular doctor.

There are many factors when considering best Urologist in Houston. These included experience, education, certifications, Urologist reviews. Some of the best Urologist in Houston can be seen from the list above based on the patient feedback.

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According to the American Cancer Society recommendation, urologist order screening tests for prostate cancer to all men above 50 years of age visited in the urology department. Urologists also order a digital rectal exam and a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test. It is suggested that men after 40 years of age should do for an annual screening test who has a family history of prostate cancer.

With increasing age, most of the females have a common complaint of urinary incontinence. This badly affects the quality of life of the person, as women bothered urinary leakage. Minimal invasive surgical intervention can correct this problem and the treatment is well tolerated by the patients.

Kidney stone becomes a very common urological problem nowadays. Almost 50% of patients have the risk of recurrence of the condition.

Any infection that occurs in the urinary tract or its associated parts like bladder, urethra or kidney, is broadly termed as urinary tract infection (UTI). The UTI symptoms include: • Burning sensation and pain during micturition • Dark-colored, cloudy, smelly or bloody urination • The frequent urge of urinate • The unsatisfactory volume of urine pass • A small amount of urine leaking with frequent urination • Lower abdominal pain, • Feeling of the bladder, but unable to clear out during urinate • Fever

Urinary tract infection and kidney stones can affect both males and females. Therefore, the occurrence of these conditions requires to take advice from a urologist. Apart from these, urinary inconsistency is more frequent in females than males. This condition also requires a urologist visit. Other female-specific conditions like vaginal prolapse, cyst formation in intra-urethral or intra-bladder lining also need discussion with a urologist.

The urodynamic test is important in urology for correctly identifying the urinary bladder problem. This test helps to assess the bladder filling, bladder emptying, and overall sensation of the bladder.

The patient usually asks to fill a questionnaire related to medical problems, medical history, familial health history, medication, and allergy if any along with a patient's details information like age, sex, address, contact details, etc. The filled questionnaire is checked by urologists. Then limited physical and pelvic examination is conducted by the urologist and he can order you to give a urine sample for testing. Depending upon the physical examination and urine sample or other required test reports, a urologist can prepare a treatment plan by discussing it with the patient.

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