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Rezum Water Vapor Therapy

TMBS E269: Dr. Rahul Mehan – Rezūm™ Water Vapor Therapy

At last an answer for men over 60 that suffer prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) enlarged prostate conditions. Dr. Rahul Mehan is Mark’s guest for this episode sharing this incredible non-surgical water vapor therapy called Rezūm™ Water Vapor Therapy.

Overview of the #Rezum Water Vapor Therapy

Dr. Rahul Mehan

https://www.iheart.com/podcast/53-the-mark-bishop-show-82657128/episode/tmbs-e269-dr-rahul-mehan–103504451/ – October 19, 2022 • 10 mins

Rezūm™ Water Vapor Therapy is a non-surgical treatment for men 50 years or older that can be performed in a doctor’s office. Rezūm Therapy uses the energy stored in water vapor to reduce the size of the prostate, providing lasting BPH symptom relief while preserving sexual and urinary function.[v] Patients who receive Rezūm Therapy can typically resume normal activities within a few days after treatment and most patients see symptom improvement within two weeks.5

For more information please visit: www.rezum.com

[i] Interviews represent a collaborative education activity between Dr. Rahul Mehan and Boston Scientific Corporation. Physicians are not compensated for his time.

[ii] Harvard Health. The growing problem of an enlarged prostate gland. Available at: https://www.health.harvard.edu/mens-health/the-growing-problem-of-an-enlarged-prostate-gland.  Accessed July 2022.

[iii] Mayo Clinic. Benign prostatic hyperplasia. Available at: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/benign-prostatic-hyperplasia/symptoms-causes/syc-20370087. Accessed July 2022.

[iv] Gupta N, Rogers T, Holland B, et al. Three-Year Treatment Outcomes of Water Vapor Thermal Therapy Compared to Doxazosin, Finasteride and Combination Drug Therapy in Men with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Cohort Data from the MTOPS Trial. J Urol. 2018 Aug;200(2):405-413.

[v] McVary KT, Gittelman MC, Goldberg KA, et al. Final 5‐year outcomes of the multicenter randomized sham‐controlled trial of Rezūm water vapor thermal therapy for treatment of moderate‐to‐severe lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia. J Urol. 2021 Sep;206(3):715‐24.

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Greenlight After Urolift

Urologists Dr. David Robbins, Dr. Ricardo Gonzalez and Dr. Rahul Mehan provided their perspectives and experiences when using the GreenLight XPS™ Laser Therapy System for patients requiring further intervention following a UroLift™ procedure. The UroLift System is commonly used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and involves the use of implants to hold open the obstructed pathway blocking urine flow. UroLift offers rapid and significant improvements in symptoms, urinary flow and quality of life sustained through five years, and patients can preserve sexual function.1 UroLift is indicated for the treatment of symptoms due to urinary outflow obstruction secondary to BPH, including lateral and median lobe hyperplasia, in men 45 years of age or older. It is contraindicated for patients with a prostate volume of >100 cc. The American Urological Association (AUA) Guidelines recommend UroLift for patients with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)/BPH with prostate volume 30-80 cc and verified absence of an obstructive middle lobe.2 In some cases, patients experience a reoccurrence of symptoms and require further treatment to manage their BPH. In the pivotal trial, UroLift patients had a 13.6% surgical retreatment rate and 10.7% medical retreatment rate at five years.1 Therapy with GreenLight is proven to effectively and safely treat a broad spectrum of BPH patients, including those at high risk (e.g., larger prostate, older age, greater comorbidities) and on anticoagulants, while providing long-term durability, reduced bleeding, and shorter hospitalization and catheter times as compared to transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP).3-5 GreenLight provides durable results and symptom relief for patients.6 According to the Instructions for Use for both devices, following are important considerations for both treatments:
What goes into patient selection for UroLift, and why might patients choose UroLift for BPH?
Dr. Mehan: There are many reasons why patients would choose UroLift to treat their BPH, including that it can be performed in the office under local anesthesia and the return to normal voiding is rapid.2 Additionally, sexual function is preserved, and symptom improvement is rapid and significant. Finally, there is minimal risk with the procedure, and it doesn’t negate the option for future treatment options if they are needed.2 Typically, optimal patient candidates for UroLift have a prostate volume of less than 80 cc when not on medical therapy, with International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) ≥ 12 with associated bother, and a Qmax (peak flow rate) less than 15 mL/s.1 Dr. Robbins: When I’m choosing patients for BPH surgery, I find out what their goals and needs and wants are as far as ejaculatory maintenance. Additionally, I assess their physical condition to determine key factors such as how much obstruction they have, how big their prostate is, what does the bladder look like, do they have a median lobe, etc. For a UroLift candidate, I’m looking for smaller prostates, and patients who are not in retention and are interested in ejaculatory preservation.2
How often are you seeing patients in your practice require intervention following treatment with UroLift?
[In the pivotal trial, UroLift patients had a 13.6% surgical retreatment rate and 10.7% medical retreatment rate at five years.1 Dr. Gonzalez: I specialize in voiding dysfunction, and I see men who need treatments for their BPH daily – between 8 and 10 per week. Of these patients, one or two are candidates for minimally invasive surgical therapy (MIST) procedures in my particular practice. I usually treat at least one patient a week who has had prior UroLift intervention and, for those, I tend to do laser procedures. It allows me more versatility because I can treat different shapes and morphologies of prostates, and I tend to lean on those therapies for most men. I do not feel that UroLift is necessarily a bad option, but it may have been too little too late for these particular patients, and not enough to solve their problem.
What are the symptoms patients present with prior to reintervention?
Dr. Gonzalez: My patients who present with prior UroLift and now are considering reintervention generally are doing so because either their original symptoms persist or they appear to have been exacerbated. Some examples include patients who have smaller prostates that might have primary bladder neck obstruction or a puckered appearance of the bladder neck. Other patients present because the degree of improvement that they experience was not to their expectation or was not good enough to allow them to be able to stop medical therapy. Dr. Robbins: I don’t see a lot of patients who have had UroLift and who have major complications from the implants. Some patients just don’t have the relief that they expected they would have. They’re continuing to have the typical BPH symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency, they’re waking up at night, they’re straining to urinate.
Why do you choose to use GreenLight for a UroLift patient requiring reintervention?
Dr. Mehan: I absolutely love utilizing GreenLight for UroLift re interventions. It is the most versatile treatment option I offer in my practice. It allows me to open the central tissue and better address the lateral lobes. I can also take down high riding bladder necks or median bars very easily and efficiently. From a patient standpoint, it avoids the risks of erectile dysfunction as seen with the TURP procedure.4 Also, with the ejaculatory hood sparing technique, ejaculatory function can better be preserved.9 Dr. Gonzalez: What I love about GreenLight is the versatility of the laser. With that single laser technology, I can do a simple incision of the prostate. I can vaporize the prostate or perform an enucleation of the prostate with a safe technology that minimizes bleeding.3 When I have a patient who has a tight bladder neck or high median bar, and who hopes to preserve as much ejaculatory function as possible, making an incision of the prostate with GreenLight is effective and can have an antegrade ejaculation rate of 85%.10 In patients who have bulky obstruction by the lateral lobes, photo-selective vaporization (PVP) and enucleation techniques along with vaporization incision technique (VIT) with GreenLight allows resection of the obstructing tissue as well as the UroLift clips, and allows us to remove the obstruction, thereby improving the patient’s ability to void the bladder, and impact their quality of life.4 Also, in patients who had an obstructing median lobe, you can enucleate the median lobe and enucleate the lateral lobes. Or you can enucleate the median lobe and vaporize the lateral lobes. The benefit is that the same laser allows you to employ different techniques where needed within the prostate. And these techniques are not solely exclusive. For example, one man may only have vaporization or one man may only have enucleation. In the same patient you can enucleate one lobe, but vaporize two lobes, or enucleate two lobes and vaporize one lobe. GreenLight is versatile enough that it lets you employ the technique you need to solve the problem, and I think of it as my Swiss Army knife in my arsenal for BPH. And not only allowing me to treat different shapes and sizes, but also higher risk men who are perhaps anticoagulated or who are just delicate enough that I would not want to do a type of procedure like a TURP where the patient might need to stay the night in the hospital.5 As much as possible, I really want to do day surgery and have a patient go home the same day to keep them out of the hospital. In the U.S., GreenLight can be a same-day procedure.11 This helps to avoid exposing them to risks that may be inherent from a hospital stay, but also keeps us from using hospital resources that we don’t have to use. Dr. Robbins: GreenLight is a great solution because here in the U.S., it can be a day surgery procedure with minimal catheterization time, bleeding and recovery.11,12 Additionally, with GreenLight you can remove the UroLift implants. As a treatment in and of itself, GreenLight is really definitive – you can actually take away or vaporize the majority of the obstructing tissue. You can remove the median lobe and the UroLift implants and create a nice open channel for the patient to void through and have significant relief of their symptoms.
The GreenLight Laser System is intended for incision/excision, vaporization, ablation, hemostasis, and coagulation of soft tissue, including photoselective vaporization of the prostate for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The laser system is contraindicated for patients who are: contraindicated for surgery, contraindicated where appropriate anesthesia is contraindicated by patient history, have calcified tissue, require hemostasis in >2mm vessels, have uncontrolled bleeding disorders, have prostate cancer, have acute urinary tract infection (UTI), or severe urethral stricture. Possible risks and complications include, but are not limited to, irritative symptoms (dysuria, urgency, frequency), retrograde ejaculation, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, hematuria – gross, UTI, bladder neck contracture/outlet obstruct, urinary retention, perforation – prostate, urethral stricture.
The UroLift System is indicated for the treatment of symptoms due to urinary outflow obstruction secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), including lateral and median lobe hyperplasia, in men 45 years of age or older. The UroLift System should not be used if the patient has: a prostate volume of >100 cc, a urinary tract infection, urethral conditions that may prevent insertion of delivery system into bladder, urinary incontinence due to incompetent sphincter or current gross hematuria. Possible risks and complications include, dysuria, hematuria, pelvic pain, micturition urgency, urinary incontinence, calculus urinary, retention, nocturia, pollakiuria, bladder spasm, blood clot in urine, urge incontinence and painful ejaculation.
Urologists located in Mesa, AZ

How To Choose The Right Urologist

Choosing the right urologist is an important step for anyone dealing with a urological problem. Urologists are medical professionals who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive organs. Here are some tips to help you choose the best urologist for your needs:

  1. Check their credentials: Make sure that the urologist you are considering is certified by the American Board of Urology and has the necessary qualifications to provide quality care.
  2. Consider their experience: Urologists have different levels of experience. Ask about the doctor’s experience in treating similar conditions to yours.
  3. Ask questions: Make sure to ask questions about the doctor’s approach to treatment and management of your condition. Be sure to get a clear understanding of the options available to you.
  4. Ask for referrals: Ask your primary care physician or specialist for referrals to urologists they may recommend.
  5. Get a second opinion: If you are unsure about the diagnosis and treatment plan, it is always a good idea to get a second opinion from another urologist.

By following these tips, you can ensure that you find the best urologist for your needs.

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Why See A Urologist

Urology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the urinary tract and male reproductive organs. Urologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the urinary tract and male reproductive organs, including prostate, bladder, and kidney diseases.

Urology is an essential branch of medicine that plays a vital role in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions. Urologists are responsible for diagnosing and treating conditions such as bladder and kidney infections, urinary tract stones, and prostate cancer. They also provide treatment for male infertility and sexual dysfunction, as well as performing surgery to repair damage to the urinary tract and reproductive organs.

Urology is an important field of medicine that can be beneficial for people of all ages. Urologists are experts in diagnosing and treating conditions that can affect the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and reproductive organs. Regular check-ups with a urologist can help identify and treat any underlying conditions, and can also help to reduce the risk of developing more serious conditions.

Urological health is also important for women, as conditions such as urinary tract infections and incontinence can be common in females. Urologists can help diagnose and treat these conditions, as well as providing advice on lifestyle changes that can help reduce the risk of developing them in the future.

Overall, urology is an important branch of medicine that plays a vital role in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions. Urologists are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that can affect the urinary tract and reproductive organs, and regular check-ups can help to identify any underlying health issues and reduce the risk of developing more serious conditions.

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Bulkamid Arizona treatment for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence


If you’re a woman who peed a little while coughing and sneezing then you know how distressing Stress Urinary Incontinence SUI can be. It can be frustrating for you to deal with embarrassing bladder leaks. But luckily there is a treatment option available to regain bladder control. The common treatment option includes pelvic floor physical therapy and surgical options, such as a mesh sling or colposuspension.
But today we will learn about a treatment for SUI that’s now available called Bulkamid Arizona, a urethral bulking agent you can get in Arizona.

What is stress urinary incontinence?

As mentioned above stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a urine leakage problem that occurs during activities like coughing, laughing, sneezing, or during exercise. Women suffer from this problem due to factors like aging, childbirth, obesity, and pelvic floor disorders.

You should know that SUI is different from overactive bladder syndrome (OAB). As OAB involves frequent urination, urge to urinate or you have to get up multiple times a night to urinate.

OAB is a problem with muscle functioning i.e bladder whereas stress urinary incontinence is a structural medical problem. So some medications can work for overactive bladder conditions but not for SUI as they don’t usually affect the structural conditions.

How bulking agents are helpful to you?

Bulking agents are a minimally invasive treatment option for women suffering from stress urinary incontinence or stress-predominant mixed urinary incontinence.

Bulkamid is a new treatment option. It is a bulking agent made from a soft hydrogel that’s injected into the urethral wall via a syringe. It consists of 97.5% water and 2.5% polyacrylamide. The Bulkamid Arizona bulking agent helps to restore the natural closing pressure of the urethra and prevents leakage during normal activities like preventing urine from leaking out during normal daily activities like coughing, sneezing, and laughing.

What is the method for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence?

Urogynecologist perform this procedure in the clinic without any anesthesia. The expert makes sure that you are comfortable during the Bulkamid Arizona procedure. Some patients don’t feel anything while others may feel like a scratch or sting as the needle enters the urethral wall.

During the Bulkamid procedure, a small camera or cystoscope is inserted into the urethra. Then with four injections, Bulkamid is performed. And then, the cystoscope is removed.

What are the outcomes of Bulkamid Arizona treatment?

Bulkamid is a short, office-based effective procedure. Since 2005, approx 1200 patients were treated with Bulkamid, out of which 388 (32.3%) had completed 7 years of follow-up. As per the data 67.1% of the patients, reported feeling cured or seeing improvement if Bulkamid treatment was given as primary treatment.

Bottom Line

Bulkamid injections are an effective and safe treatment option now available at EVU Center. If you are suffering from the disease you can contact our experts today and discuss your problem. Our experienced experts will guide you about the Bulkamid Arizona treatment.

Schedule an appointment today to find out more from experts!

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Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment

Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment

Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment to improve urinary functions

iTind is a clinically proven treatment that cures urinary tract symptoms caused due to the enlarged prostate, or BPH1,2,3. It helps to reshape the anatomy of the prostatic urethra that results in a wide opening for urine to pass without burning or cutting of tissue. The treatment is simple and doesn’t require an overnight stay at the hospital. You don’t have to worry as there are no side effects of Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment.

This treatment is for men suffering from BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). The enlarged prostate exerts pressure on the urethra and bladder. Symptoms of BPH are as follows:

  • Difficulty in urination
  • Frequent urge to urinate
  • A weak stream of urine
  • Difficult to start or stop urination
  • Unable to sleep at night
  • Difficulty in voiding completely
  • Leakage
  • Sexual dysfunction

Why choose Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment?

The iTind procedure is a new alternative for prescription medication or invasive surgery. Ask your doctors about Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment if you want to take a pill every day or have already tried standard drug treatments but are not happy with the outcomes. iTind treatment is also an ideal choice if you want to preserve your sexual function or don’t want to undergo any surgery with a long recovery or downtime.

With about Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment, you can get,

  • Rapid symptom relief
  • Preserves sexual function
  • Straightforward, outpatient procedure
  • Removing the temporary implant within 5 to 7 days
  • Minimal recovery time
  • No need for a catheter

As with any medical procedure, results vary for every individual. Men with moderate to severe BPH symptoms should undergo this treatment. Talk to your doctor to see if the Arizona iTIND BPH Treatment is suitable for you.

Some patients may feel side effects during the procedure, but they are mild to moderate. Side effects include pain or burning sensation, blood in urine, pain, pelvic pain or urgent need to urinate, or inability to control urine. Most of the side effects resolve 5 to 7 days.

How does iTind work?

The iTind treatment is a simple treatment performed by a urologist either in a hospital or clinic. It inserts the device into the prostatic urethra in a folded configuration. It slowly expands and applies pressure at three precise points to widen the opening to ensure proper urine flow through the prostatic urethra and then out of the body.

Then the device is removed. You will get long-lasting relief from the BPH symptoms with the newly remodeled prostatic urethra.

At EVU Center of Arizona you can have the iTIND procedure completed by our skilled surgeons and doctors. EVU Center as a center of excellence brings to you the latest in innovative Urology services. East Valley Urology Center is the first in Phoenix Arizona to offer and perform the iTind procedure. Contact our office to complete a comprehensive evaluation and see if your a candidate for the iTIND procedure.

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Vasectomy in Queen Creek, AZ

vasectomy in Queen Creek, AZ

Things you should know about having a vasectomy in Queen Creek

If you and your planning for a permanent birth control method, you can go for vasectomy in Queen Creek, AZ. A vasectomy is permanent male sterilization. It is a dynamic process that changes life.

Before undergoing a vasectomy, here’s what you should know about the process.

Discuss with your partner 

You should not take vasectomy light. It is a crucial decision that will affect the life of both you and your partner. You should take time to discuss whether it is the right choice for you.

 A vasectomy may be right for you if:

  • You are sure that you don’t want to have more or any children
  • To prevent pregnancy for the sake of her health
  • If you and/or your partner have genetic disorders that you do not want to pass on to your children.

On the other hand, a vasectomy may not be right for you if:

  • You and/or your partner are unsure about whether to have children or not
  • If you are interested in temporary birth control

It is safe and effective

A vasectomy can be performed either under local anesthesia or conscious sedation. If done under local anesthesia, pain medicine will be directly injected into your scrotum to numb the area. You will be awake for the procedure. If you undergo conscious sedation, the medication will sedate you and relieve any anxiety during the procedure.

Regardless of the anesthesia, the rest procedure of vasectomy in Queen Creek, AZ is the same. The physician will disconnect the vas deferens that carry sperm from testicles. After the surgery, sperm will not be transported from the testicles.

—the tubes that transport sperm from the testicles. After the surgery, sperm will not be able to

Quick recovery

You may be thinking what is the recovery time for vasectomy. After the procedure, most men can:

  • Return to work in two to three days
  • Resume normal exercise in seven days
  • Can have sex again in seven days
  • Bruising and swelling go on within two weeks.

Doesn’t affect sexual functioning

A vasectomy in Queen Creek should not decrease your sex drive or doesn’t affect your ability to have an erection or orgasm. Only five to ten percent of ejaculate comes from the testicle. The remaining comes from the upstream structures such as your prostate and seminal vesicles. So, ejaculation will remain and feel the same. Just microscopically, there will no sperm in the semen.

It can be reversed

There are a few options for achieving a pregnancy even after vasectomy. There are procedures for vasectomy reversal or surgical sperm extraction. It just takes 20 minutes for vasectomy, and vasectomy reversal can take four to six hours. It is a complicated process, and there is no guarantee that it will lead to pregnancy.

Even after vasectomy, if you and your partner plan to have children, there are other ways to obtain your sperm rather than a vasectomy reversal.

Why Should You Choose EVU Center for Your Vasectomy?

Dr. Mehan and Dr. Wadhwa at East Valley Urology Center have performed thousands of safe, affordable vasectomies for men. We are amongst the most accomplished urologists. Our experts’ staff understand that the decision to have a vasectomy is a complex one, so we make sure your time with us is as comfortable as possible. It procedure takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. You can go back home and relax within a few hours.

Schedule an appointment now to discuss your question about vasectomy in Queen Creek, AZ!

Urologists located in Mesa, AZ

urologist in Mesa Arizona


Tips to select the best urologist in Mesa Arizona

Urologist is a trained medical practitioner to treat health conditions involving the urinary tract like bladder, kidney stones, prostate cancer, etc. Finding a reliable and best urologist in Mesa Arizona is difficult at times. Urological techniques includes invasive and laparoscopic and laser assisted surgeries or procedure advised. They should have experience in invasive surgical techniques and various laser treatments of multiple health conditions.

Check if the Urologist satisfy this list

There is a need to visit urologist for checkups and the get the best advice and assistance in healing problem. You can consult a urologist if you are suffering from mild urinary infection to severe ailments like cancer.

Before visiting the doctor makes sure they satisfy the following things

  • Research their credentials and experience

It is important to check the board of certification, experience, referrals while selection for the treatment. While choosing the urologist, make sure they have at least years of experience performing specific conditions and getting better results.

  • Check Review and History 

  You can check reviews on their website and other review website and can enquire if patients are satisfied. Nowadays, it is easy to review patient satisfaction survey through reviews posted on different website. If you find genuine and positive work reviews is a good sign. 

  • Select a Urologist center near your place

To select the doctors  that are near to your place for comfortable treatment progress and follow-ups. For Example, you stay in Arizona you can select the best urologist in Mesa Arizona or Phoenix. It can be easy to take follow-ups at the comfort of your home and recover back to good health.

  • Go for the doctor you are comfortable to discuss

See if you are comfortable discussing your medical condition with a Urologist. When the problem is related to your reproductive health, it is essential that you are comfortable with and could make you feel more comfortable.

East Valley Urology Center have experienced urologist in Mesa Arizona. They have the latest technology for the treatment. Dr. Rahul Mehan (MD) and Dr. Harpreet Wadhwa (MD) and their team are working to give patients the best advice for their health conditions.  The patients are given high level and compassionate care and keep the health and wellness in mind. Make sure you verify some important details and then make an informed decision.

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HIFU therapy for prostate cancer in Mesa,Arizona

HIFU treatment

HIFU treatment is an effective way to cure prostate cancer

High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) uses frequency, sounds waves to destroy the cancer cells. HIFU is considered the therapeutic choice for prostate cancer. The technology used sound and ultrasound energy to destroy the targeted tissue. The transmission of sound waves and ultrasound energy transmitted through the rectum wall focused on the location within the prostate and identified by MRI. This treatment is minimally invasive and leaves the healthy tissue untouched, and reducing the side effects.  

Patient eligible for the treatment 

The patients who have low risk to intermediate risk of prostate cancer are eligible for treatment. HIFU therapy is effective for the treatment of early-stage prostate cancer. 

How effective is HIFU Treatment?

It is observed that a single session of HIFU therapy can produce noticeable improvement and has increased the survival rate. HIFU treatment takes about 4 hours on average. Overall the success rate of HIFU therapy is 80%.

  • The treatment has no blood loss
  • The recovery rate high
  • The treatment is minimally invasive
  • Radiation free treatment
  • Personalized treatment
  • Minimal side effects

Team of doctors involved in the HIFU treatment for prostate cancer

Our team has urologists, medical oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, and clinical helpers are involved in performing HIFO therapy. Our experienced doctor’s perspectives are taken into consideration to decide the best option for individual patients. Decide the plan for Hifo therapy. 

Where can I Find the best HIFU Therapy center in Mesa, Arizona?

You can find assistance for HIFU therapy by skilled and experienced urologists at East Valley Urology center in Mesa, Arizona.

HIFU Is Now A Fully Covered Procedure with Medicare and is covered by most insurances?

HIFU Is Now A Fully Covered Procedure with Medicare and is covered by most insurances.

Patients throughout the country can get HIFU therapy at EVU Center of Arizona.

Our clinical experts are Dr. Rahul Mehan (MD), Dr. Wadhwa (MD). Dr. Rahul Mehan is the founder of East Valley Urology Center and retained his certification from the American Board of Urology. He completed his training in general surgery from Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Wadhwa has MD his designation from The American Board of Urology and specializes in invasive surgery. They are the first to perform the HIFU treatment using the Sonablate system in Arizona. Consult our experts at East Valley Urology Center and Book An Appointment Todayf or a consultation regarding prostate cancer treatment.