Our services

Novant Health Urology Partners – Carolina Shores offers comprehensive care for urologic conditions and urologic cancers. Our team of dedicated urology providers will coordinate with other members of your care team and use advanced diagnostic tools to understand your condition and help you determine the best management or treatment plan for you.

Should you need urologic surgery or an outpatient urologic procedure, our providers are offer laparoscopic and robotic surgery alongside nonsurgical options. This ensures you get the services you need from providers you know and trust.

Conditions we regularly treat include:

  • Voiding dysfunction (when the bladder is unable to empty completely; sometimes marked by frequent urges to urinate)
  • Incontinence (when the bladder leaks or becomes unable to store urine properly; sometimes marked by uncontrolled urination or a sudden urge to urinate)
  • Enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH; growth of the male reproductive gland that makes the fluid that carries sperm; can lead to an inability to urinate, incontinence, painful urination or a sudden urge to urinate)
  • Kidney stone disease (when substances normally occurring in urine become concentrated and form masses, which can stay in the kidney or travel down the urinary tract; can cause painful urination, blood in urine, or lower back or abdominal pain)
  • Bladder cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  • Renal cancer (kidney cancer)
  • Testicular cancer
  • Male infertility or sexual dysfunction

Procedures and treatments we offer include:

  • Robotic surgery for urologic cancers, and prostate and kidney diseases
  • Vasectomy procedures (to permanently prevent sperm from being ejaculated)
  • Outpatient prostate and kidney stone surgery
  • Shockwave lithotripsy (to break up kidney stones)
  • PNCL surgery (percutaneous nephrolithonomy; a kidney stone treatment for large kidney stones)
  • Urolift BPH treatment (an in-office treatment for an enlarged prostate that works by increasing the opening of the urethra)
  • Blood tests
  • Urinalysis
  • Semen analysis
  • Sperm function testing
  • Hormone testing
  • Ultrasound biopsy for prostate cancer