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We offer comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for a wide range of conditions involving the male and female urinary tract as well as issues in the male reproductive system. Our advanced painless and scarless LASER treatments are highly effective in treating kidney stones and prostate problems. We prefer minimally invasive ways wherever possible to treat complex urological issues. We know the importance of discretion and privacy required while dealing with urological issues, hence we focus strongly on providing a comfortable and private environment as well as counselling to aid recovery. Our urological experts work in conjunction with our skilled oncologists and gynaecologists to treat urological cancers and female pelvic disorders.

Urological conditions we treat

Urological conditions we treat

Urinary stones

Urinary stones are hard deposits made up of minerals and salts that form in your kidneys or bladder. They can vary in size and numbers and are usually characterised by a sharp pain at the side of the abdomen. Treatment protocols include watchful waiting, breaking the stones through LASER treatment and surgical removal.

Prostate enlargement

Prostate enlargement or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition in which the prostate gland grows abnormally large in size. It causes urinary bladder symptoms such as a disrupted urine flow or the urge to urinate at night. We offer conventional and advanced treatment options for BPH including TURP, LASER therapy, minimally invasive surgery and medicinal approach.


Prostatitis is a condition that causes inflammation and swelling of the prostate gland and is characterised by urinary problems. This condition can occur acutely or develop gradually in older men. The treatment of prostatitis depends upon its type and severity of symptoms. Our urologists offer effective and individualised treatment through a combination of medications and lifestyle modifications.

Urinary problems

Urinary problems present in the form of symptoms for a variety of urological conditions such as urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, overactive bladder and dysuria. Our urologists incorporate the latest treatment protocols to instantly relieve symptoms. Treatments depend upon the type of condition, the severity of symptoms, the patient’s overall health and age.


The cancers that affect the urinary system are called urological cancers. These include cancers of the kidney, prostate, bladder, testicles and penis. Our team works in seamless collaboration with oncologists to offer you multi-skilled care. We provide risk assessment, preventive measures, high-precise diagnosis and surgical as well as non-surgical treatments for urological cancers.

Female pelvic problems

Female pelvic problems, also known as, urogynaecological disorders, are the conditions that affect a woman’s ability to urinate or have a bowel movement. These problems are caused by weakened pelvic muscles due to pregnancy or childbirth. Our female urology specialists offer medical interventions, minimally invasive surgeries and pelvic floor therapy for these conditions.

Male sexual dysfunction

Male sexual dysfunction is caused by problems that prevent a man from getting sexual satisfaction. There are different types of sexual dysfunction in men such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and low libido. We offer complete evaluation, medical and surgical treatment of male sexual dysfunction and related issues in a private and discreet manner.

Robotic Urological Surgery

Urological surgeries are delicate as they deal with the most sensitive parts of your body. Accuracy is highly important in pelvic procedures since it is where most of your veins, arteries and organs are. Which is why the robot assisted technology has gradually come out as a front runner, making our urologists the most advanced team dedicated towards improved clinical outcomes with advanced infrastructure.

Tests & procedures we offer

Tests & procedures we offer

LASER kidney stone removal

LASER kidney removal is a procedure that uses shock waves (LASER energy) to break kidney stones into small, sand-like fragments. These smaller fragments then pass out of the body through urine. Our urology specialists utilise the most modern and advanced LASER technique to offer you a painless and scarless kidney stone removal experience.

Minimally invasive surgery

Minimally invasive surgeries (laparoscopy) are keyhole surgeries to diagnose and treat urology problems including kidney stones and prostate conditions. Minimal access interventions are safe and effective surgeries that vastly reduce your postoperative pain and offer you a quick recovery.


Ureteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure to diagnose and treat urinary stones and other diseases in the upper urinary tract. In this procedure, surgeons use a long, thin telescope called the ureteroscope to pass the stones into the ureter (the tube that connects the kidney and bladder). These stones then pass through the urine or are removed using laser energy.

Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery (RIRS)

Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery (RIRS) is a technique of removing renal stones through endoscopy. It is a minimally invasive surgery that makes use of an endoscope to remove renal stones by reaching the kidney from the ureter. With RIRS, our urologists are able to offer more comfort to you by decreasing pain, recovery time, bleeding and the risk of complications.


Uroflowmetry is a diagnostic test to test the flow of the urine. It is a non-invasive screening procedure that tests the volume, speed, quantity and other components of the urine. The uroflowmetry test helps in determining the bladder and sphincter functioning.

Endoscopic prostate removal

Endoscopic prostate removal is also known as transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP). It is a surgical approach to remove part of the prostate that is causing troublesome symptoms. TURP is used to treat prostate cancer and benign prostate hyperplasia. This procedure offers a range of benefits including shorter hospitalisation, lower risk of infections and a faster recovery.

Why choose us for urological care?

Why choose us for urological care?

Highlights of the department:

  • Painless, scarless LASER kidney stone treatment
  • Painless LASER prostate treatment
  • Advanced surgical techniques for complete & fast recovery
  • State-of-the-art operative infrastructure

Our urology specialists

Our urology specialists

Patient testimonials

Patient testimonials



How do I know if I have a urinary problem?

Some common symptoms of a urinary problem include pain and burning sensation during urination, increased urge to pass urine, blood in the urine among others.

What can I do to maintain urological health?

You should stay hydrated, limit your intake of caffeine and alcohol, maintain healthy body weight and exercise regularly to maintain urological health.

How many times does a healthy person urinate?

Usually, most people urinate between 6-8 times during a day. However, this frequency depends upon your lifestyle, fluid intake, medical treatments and more.

How can I prevent kidney stones?

You can prevent kidney stones by drinking more water, restricting consumption of beverages like tea and coffee and avoid too much salt.

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