Posts Tagged ‘Urology Austin’


Urology Austin Expands Round Rock Office to Address Growing Needs in Williamson, Northern Travis Counties

by |   June 30th, 2016

Media Relations Contact: Emily Schmitz MedVoice PR Phone: (512) 630-8068 Email: Emily@medvoicepr.com AUSTIN, TEXAS –(May 5, 2016)  Urology Austin, Central Texas’ largest urology practice, has expanded its Round Rock office located at 16040 Park Valley Drive, Building A, Suite 111 to accommodate its continuing growth. They have nearly doubled their exam and procedure rooms and
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Dr. Carl Bischoff and Staff

by |   April 8th, 2016

When we called Dr. Bischoff’s office, we were in panic mode as my husband was barely able to void. Yarnell, his office assistant , very professionally was able to calm me down after hearing desperation in my voice.  She made it possible for us to be seen ASAP and Dr. Bischoff agreed to take over
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Dr. David Cuellar talks to Fox 7 News about Urology Austin’s ZERO Prostate Cancer Run

by |   October 12th, 2015

Dr. David Cuellar and his patient and prostate cancer survivor, Kevin Samsel appeared on Fox 7 Saturday morning to discuss prostate cancer awareness and the upcoming ZERO Prostate Cancer Run – Austin on October 24th, here’s the entire interview.  Kevin Samsel lives in Liberty Hill, Texas. He was unaware of his family history with prostate cancer. His father
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Causes and Prevention of Kidney Stones

by |   September 29th, 2015

At Urology Austin, we know that kidney stones are a common medical condition. These small, hard mineral deposits are the result of concentrated urine that crystallizes and forms the stones. Although passing kidney stones is painful, there is no permanent damage to the urinary tract. However, if you get kidney stones once, you are likely
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Urology Austin’s 5th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer 5K Run

by |   September 21st, 2015

Urology Austin is proud to present the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Austin for the 5th year.  ZERO hold prostate cancer runs in more than 40 cities across the United States to raise awareness and money, and to provide support to prostate cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones. We hope you will come out
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