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The Urology Austin Clinical Research Department is now recruiting for the clinical trails listed below. If you’re interested in participating and want to learn more about enrollment criteria, contact our research team for more information:

Email: UA-Research@urologyaustin.com

Phone: 512-410-3773

Actively Enrolling Trials


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH or enlarged prostate)

Urology Austin is excited to announce the start of promising new clinical trials for men with an enlarged prostate (BPH.)  These systems take a simple and intuitive approach to relieving the obstruction caused by BPH. They are performed as an outpatient, and they use no cutting, no energy, and they remove no tissue. We believe these exciting new studies may help launch a new era of BPH treatment options.

Click below for further information or to consider participation in these studies.

BREEZE Subject Information Sheet

Butterfly Medical Trifold Brochure

ProVIDE Study Information        ProVIDE Study Video

MagForce for Prostate Cancer

Urology Austin is excited to announce our participation in a new clinical trial for prostate cancer. The MagForce study is an emerging treatment option for prostate cancer that does not involve radiation or surgery. Candidates for this study must have Gleason 3+4 prostate cancer and cannot have been treated previously, except for active surveillance.  Click the link below to learn more.

MagForce Trial Patient Brochure 2022

Sacral Neuromodulation (SNM) for Urinary Leakage

Urology Austin is excited to announce that we are participating in the Neuspera clinical study . The Neuspera sacral neuromodulation (SNM) is an investigational device designed to reduce urinary leakage through a minimally-invasive, outpatient procedure. The Neuspera procedure uses a microimplant that is placed near the sacral nerve through a needle-like incision in the lower back. Once placed, the Neuspera implant delivers gentle, adjustable electrical stimulation to the sacral nerve to help calm the bladder.

If you are a male or female 22+ years of age and have a diagnosis of a OAB/Urinary Urge Incontinence (UUI), you may be eligible to participate.

Click the link below for further information on the trail.  Please contact the research department if you feel you may be a good candidate for the study.


Previous Trials Closed to Enrollment


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH or enlarged prostate)



Bladder Cancer

Convergent Genomics

Kidney Stones


Prostate Cancer




MagForce 2A