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Our doctors are committed to the detection, treatment and
prevention of all urological diseases. Through the use of the latest diagnostic testing and state-of-the-art treatment techniques we can effectively identify and treat any urological condition. Learn more »

Men's Health Plano TX | Men's Health McKinney TX

Welcome to Collin County Urology, the leading urology practice in North Texas. We appreciate the trust you and your physician have shown by selecting us to provide your care.


We understand urological problems are often accompanied by social discomfort or embarrassment. Taking control of your problem under the guidance of experienced and compassionate physicians can dramatically change how you live.


The specialty of urology treats disorders of the male and female urinary tract (bladder, ureter, kidney and urethra) and the male reproductive system. Each of our physicians is Board-Certified or Board Eligible by the American Board of Urology. A surgeon who is board certified has passed rigorous educational requirements, training and certification exams followed by an oral exam to test the surgeon’s judgment and decision making skills. We continue to actively participate in educational forums and medical con- ferences to investigate and incorporate the latest medical and surgical procedures, techniques and therapies in our field.


Texas Urology SpecialistsCollin County Urology is now Texas Urology Specialists. Texas Urology Specialists is part of Texas Oncology, the nation’s largest network of cancer specialists, providing advanced care to communities all over Texas from Plano to McKinney.


The loss of bladder control is a very common problem among both men and women. In fact, over 13 million people suffer from some form of this condition yet only half ever seek any form of treatment.

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Minimally invasive surgery is defined as surgery that requires a minimal amount of cutting thereby resulting in less pain and a quicker recovery.

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Men's health encompasses a large spectrum of urologic issues. Prostate disease, testosterone deficiency, infertility, erectile dysfunction,

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Prostate cancer is diagnosed in 200,000 men per year and nearly 30,000 men die each year of this devastating disease

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