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Ozark Urology Education and Resources

Ozark Urology is committed to providing high quality care and wellness education to our patients.
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  • Artemis MRI - New Technology for Prostate Cancer Detection and Treatment

    While prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men, with early detection it is also one of the most treatable. Prostate cancer has few symptoms, however, so technology that aids in diagnosis can be a lifesaver, says Dr. Robert Grand, a urologist at Washington Regional’s Ozark Urology Clinic. “Prostate cancer that is detected early has a better chance of being successfully treated,” he says. “It is especially important to identify high-risk prostate cancers early, to offer a better prognosis and overall life expectancy.”...

  • Men's Health - Three Reasons to See a Urologist

    Men who feel healthy may think they don’t need to see a doctor. But as men get closer to their 40s, they should begin talking with a health care provider about the best ways to stay healthy. Establishing a relationship with a trusted urologist is one way men can maintain sexual health and quality of life. Urologists Dr. Mark Jackson, Dr. Robert Grand and Dr. John Brizzolara of Washington Regional’s Ozark Urology offer insight into some issues that urologists commonly diagnose and treat....

Enlarged Prostate Symptoms and Treatment

Prostate Cancer Symptoms and Treatment

Robotic Prostate Surgery

The da Vinci Surgery procedure uses state-of-the-art technology designed to help your doctor perform the most precise and least invasive prostate cancer surgery available today.

Incontinence Causes and Treatment

Kidney Stones Causes and Symptoms

Robotic Kidney Surgery

With the benefits of da Vinci Surgery, doctors may be able to perform a partial nephrectomy or kidney-sparing surgery (healthy, functioning kidney tissue is spared) to help minimize the onset of chronic kidney disease.

Robotic Surgery

Click here to learn more about the da Vinci System, a minimally invasive option for major urology surgery.