In an effort to better serve our patients, Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC has partnered with Urological Associates and Pikes Peak Urology. We are confident that the union of three patient-centric, top-rated urological practices will greatly benefit the residents of Colorado Springs and the surrounding area. Urological Associates is a premier urology practice in Colorado Springs led by board-certified urologists and nurse practitioners. Pikes Peak Urology, a division of Colorado Springs Urological Associates, has lived up to their motto of “prompt, caring, and compassionate” since 1989.
Our board-certified urologists consistently deliver positive patient experiences and excellent clinical outcomes for a wide spectrum of male and female urologic conditions. If you’re in need of compassionate, urological expertise from board-certified specialists, look no further than Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC.
Here at Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC, our providers have decades of clinical experience diagnosing and treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is a common problem affecting men as they get older, and can seriously disrupt one’s daily routine, due to making constant trips to the bathroom. Drawing from our clinical BPH treatment guidelines, our board-certified urologists will develop a treatment plan that’s customized to your unique symptoms and individual needs.
BPH is found to be prevalent in up to 90% of men by age 85. Millions of men search ‘what is the best treatment for enlarged prostate’ everyday in an attempt to resolve their frustrating symptoms. Let the board-certified experts at Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC ease your troubles. We have decades of clinical experience diagnosing BPH, and we offer numerous BPH treatment options. Whether your have already received a diagnosis and are seeking more effective benign prostatic hyperplasia medications, or you simply need to see a BPH doctor for an evaluation, we are here for you.
BPH is more commonly referred to as an enlarged prostate. Your urethra, which is the tube that carries urine from your bladder and out of your body, passes through your prostate. When your prostate enlarges, it presses on the urethra, obstructing the flow of urine.
BPH symptoms include:
Yes. Our urologists may decide to prescripe alpha blockers or 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. Alpha blockers help relax the muscular portion of your prostate, which makes it easier to void and empty your bladder completely. For many men, use of alpha blockers decreases both urgency and the risk of urinary infections. 5-alpha reductase inhibitors are medications that block the production of the hormone that causes prostate growth. The team uses this medication to help reduce overall prostate size and allow more effective urination.
There are several surgical treatments that are designed to alleviate BPH symptoms, including: