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Urology Specialist Dr. Frank Casey has been with Urology Specialists of Georgia since 2007 and resides in Macon with his wife and two daughters. He loves any outdoor activity, especially road and mountain biking, running, swimming, and golf. When he’s not at work, he spends time with his family.
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Roughly 33 million Americans have an overactive bladder (OAB). Three out of 10 women and four out of 10 men suffer from overactive bladder symptoms disrupting their everyday lives. Many people don’t seek medical assistance because they are embarrassed or afraid of the treatment options.
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Kidney stones, also called renal calculus, form when the kidney fails to break down excess chemicals in the blood.
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This free seminar will begin at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, August 2. The seminar will be held at the Coliseum Northside Hospital in the first floor classroom. Please call us at 478-746-4646 for more information or to reserve your space! Light snacks will be provided.
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Before any minor or major surgery, it is important to prepare your body for the upcoming procedure. Depending on the type of surgery that you will have, you may need to adhere to all of the instructions below.
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It has been estimated that one out of five women will have a urinary tract infection (UTI) in their lifetime. As men age, they have…
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Urology Specialists of Georgia is very excited to announce the opening of a new location in Dublin, Georgia! Our Dublin urology office will open in July at 220 Industrial Boulevard. We are looking forward to providing comprehensive urologic services in Dublin.
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Urology Specialists of Georgia offers several treatment options for those with stress incontinence, ranging from physical therapy and medication to surgery. Mesh sling surgery is an effective and minimally invasive treatment that has been a successful option for many of our patients. To learn more, schedule an appointment.
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If you experience incontinence, frequent bladder infections, frequent urination, or other bladder problems, your urologist might use urodynamics to accurately diagnose and treat you. Urodynamics refers to a series of tests that evaluate the function of your bladder and urethra. This in-office procedure takes about 30 minutes to complete, and after going over your results with your physician, you will better understand how to treat and manage whatever bladder condition you may suffer from.
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