The dedicated team at Pikes Peak Urology delivers excellent clinical outcomes for a wide spectrum of urologic conditions. Since 1989, our well-rounded team of urologists have provided a welcoming, comfortable environment for residents of Colorado Springs and the surrounding area. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, and customize treatment plans based on each patient’s unique needs. Our team specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence, UTIs, kidney cancer, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, male infertility, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), low testosterone, and prostate cancer. We also provide no-scalpel vasectomies and vaginal revitalization using the cutting-edge MonaLisa Touch laser treatment. Our procedures are performed with the highest level of sterility and safety in the ambulatory surgery center conveniently located next door. Get the prompt, caring, and compassionate care that you deserve at Pikes Peak Urology.
Kidney cancer is one of the top 10 most common types of cancer in the United States. In most cases, kidney cancer isn’t found until it’s in an advanced stage because it develops without causing symptoms. Surgery is one of the primary treatments for kidney cancer. The experienced team at Pikes Peak Urology utilizes the most advanced surgical techniques for the treatment of kidney cancer. We have years of clinical experience performing minimally invasive robotic surgery, and provide partial and total nephrectomies to remove cancer from the kidneys. If you are seeking the best urologist in Colorado Springs for kidney cancer treatment, reach out to us today. You can schedule a consultation online or call the office to make an appointment with one of our providers.
It’s not unusual to develop growths in the kidneys. Cysts are the most common type of abnormal growth found in the kidneys, and are rarely malignant. However, solid tumors can be a cause for concern. Kidney cancer is most often diagnosed during a routine visit with your doctor, often related to other health concerns. Your doctor may run a series of tests, such as an ultrasound, MRI, CT scan, and/or biopsy to diagnose kidney cancer, and then refer you to the team at Pikes Peak Urology for further recommendations regarding treatment.
Kidney cancer refers to cancer that develops in the kidneys. The types of kidney cancer include:
Kidney cancer is more often diagnosed in adults 64 and older and is more common in men than in women. You may be at risk of developing kidney cancer if you:
Kidney cancer often develops without causing symptoms. However, some tumor growths in the kidney may cause:
The team at Pikes Peak Urology works closely with your primary care provider and oncologist to support your kidney cancer treatment needs. Treatment for kidney cancer often requires surgical intervention. The urologists perform minimally invasive robotic surgeries (partial and total nephrectomies) for the treatment of kidney cancer. In addition to surgery, your treatment plan may also include radiation and/or chemotherapy. For a surgical consultation for kidney cancer, contact Pikes Peak Urology by phone or request an appointment online.