Frequently Asked Questions

Providing timely and convenient access to the highest possible urologic care available.

What is urology?
Urology is a surgical specialty that addresses male and female conditions of the urinary tract as well as male reproductive system disorders.
Yes. Dr. Gibson sees men and women of all ages.
Please contact our office so that we may review your records. Your insurance provider may require that you have a referral from your primary care physician (PCP).
We can see and manage most urologic conditions, but some of the more common conditions we see include urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control), kidney stones, recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), blood in the urine, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction (ED) and prostatic diseases both benign (BPH) and malignant (prostate cancer).
If you think you may have a UTI, please contact our office. We will make you an appointment to be seen that day and will check your urine for infection. If you are having high fevers or chills, we may direct you to go to the emergency department.
If you see blood in your urine, you need to be seen in our office. Please call to make an appointment. If you are seeing blood clots in your urine and are having difficulty voiding, you may directed to go to the emergency department.
The first step is scheduling a vasectomy consult. Dr. Gibson will go over what type of vasectomy is best for you and will give you information and answer all of your questions at the time of your consult.
Dr. Gibson recommends screening for prostate cancer at the age of 55 years old and earlier for men who have a family history of prostate cancer. The screening involves a simple PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood test.
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