Florida Urology Physicians
The Best Cape Coral Urology Care

If you are looking in Cape Coral, Florida for urology specialists, Florida Urology Physicians is here to help. In Cape Coral, urology needs and urinary health are taken care of by our expert Cape Coral urologist. Florida Urology Physicians emphasize care and compassion in our treatment and specialize in several different procedures including vasectomies, prostate cancer screenings and treatment, kidney cancer treatment, infertility, and bladder infections just to name a few of our services. See the full list of services offered by Florida Urology Physicians. If you are looking for a urologist, Cape Coral, FL is a great place to find the perfect specialist and the highest quality technology and procedures with Florida Urology Physicians. Many people avoid discussing their urological needs but with our Cape Coral urologist, you can be confident that you will receive only the best care in a welcoming and compassionate environment.

Florida Urology Physicians - Spotlight on - Kidney Stones
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One procedure that the Cape Coral, Florida Urology Physicians specializes in is the treatment of kidney stones. When urine becomes too concentrated, it crystallizes and builds up inside the kidney, resulting in painful kidney stones that can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball. Caucasians are more prone to developing kidney stones than African Americans and men are more prone than women. The typical age range for developing kidney stones is between 20 and 40. Unfortunately, if you’ve had kidney stones in the past, there is a 50 percent chance that you might develop more in the future. There are several different treatments for kidney stones that our Cape Coral urologist can perform depending on the size of the stone, how many there are, and its location. Shock wave lithotripsy is a completely non-invasive treatment where an energy source directed at the location of the stone or stones causes a shock powerful enough to dissolve the stones into smaller fragments that can be passed more easily. During an utereroscopy, a small fiber-optic instrument called a utererscope is used to visualize the stone and if the stone is small enough, it can be removed with a small basket-like device or shattered if it is a large stone. To treat large stones that can’t be extracted by the previous two methods, percutaneous nephrolithotomy is most commonly used. Unlike open surgery, this treatment requires only a very small incision in order to better access and shatter the stone. Open surgery, which involves a large incision into the kidney or utereral wall to access the stone, is used only for very complicated cases. Head over to our “Specialties” page and click on the link for kidney stones to learn more about kidney stones and their treatment.

Brian Schwartz, MD, an Expert in Urological Care

Dr. Brian Schwartz is our Cape Coral urologist. Dr. Schwartz is a co-founder and managing partner of Florida Urology Physicians. After graduating cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, he went on to receive his Medical Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and is certified by the American Board of Urology. His surgery and urology residency was completed at the University of Rochester in New York. He specializes in prostate cancer, invasive treatments for kidney cancer, kidney stones, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, vasectomy, and urologic prostate laser treatment. Click on “Our Physicians” to learn more about the rest of our dedicated team.

Our Services

The Cape Coral office of Florida Urology Physicians offers a wide range of services that the spectrum of urological needs. Some of our services include: