Clinical Trials Team

Celebrate Clinical Trials Day!

Clinical Trials Day happens every year on May 20. It’s when we celebrate those involved in advancing medicine. Our team at USA Clinical Trials are some of the very best of those individuals. They work tirelessly to ensure that each study and trial performed is of the highest quality. Without their efforts, we wouldn’t be able to provide innovative,

Dr. Maurilio Garcia-Gil PCNL Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

Improving Kidney Stone Removal: Urology San Antonio’s New Approach

Urology San Antonio’s Dr. Maurilio Garcia-Gil is advancing kidney stone treatment in San Antonio and across Texas by offering PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy) completed entirely at an ASC (Ambulatory Surgery Center). Marking a first in the state, this method mirrors the traditional PCNL performed in hospitals but with a significant difference: it’s tailored for low-risk patients who are discharged on the same day from a surgery center –

3 Best Treatments for BPH

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlarged prostate, is a common problem affecting men as they age. The most frequent symptoms include an urgent need to urinate, getting up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, and difficulty passing urine.

Men with mild BPH may not immediately require treatment and may find that lifestyle changes may be all they need to find relief.

Urology San Antonio Provides Free Prostate Cancer Screening to Community

Urology San Antonio was pleased to participate in the San Fernando Health Fair on October 2. This annual event includes complimentary health screenings and information for those who need it.

Dr. Jose de la Cerda and Dr. Samuel Hakim provided free prostate cancer screening – which helped identify several men at risk for prostate cancer.

Urinary Retention in Men

Urinary Retention in Men

What is Urinary Retention?

  • Urinary retention in men happens when you cannot empty all the urine from your bladder. It can happen suddenly, and you may feel bladder pressure and have to strain to urinate. It can also develop gradually, and you may be unaware that a large amount of urine remains in your bladder after you urinate.
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