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    MonaLisa Touch® is a fast, simple and safe laser treatment for pelvic health.
    This in-office procedure provides symptom relief after just one treatment.
    Ask if MonaLisa Touch is right for you.

  • Exceptional Care for Women
    Exceptional Care for Women
    Exceptional Care for Women
    Expert Skill in Women's Health Issues. Incontinence. Pelvic Prolapse.
    Overactive Bladder. Kidney Stones. You don't have to suffer. Our experts can
    decrease your pain and lessen your symptoms. Get back to the life you want to live.
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    Rapid Relief from the Symptoms of BPH. Arkansas Urology is the only clinic in
    the state performing UroLift®, the newest procedure treating BPH.
    Minimal downtime, no overnight stay and preserved sexual function.
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    Exceptional Care for Arkansans. Our dedication to technology ensures that
    your corrective treatment and recovery is faster and more comfortable
    than ever – for a speedy return to the full, satisfying lifestyle you deserve.
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    and support you need to achieve total wellness.

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  • NORTH LITTLE ROCK (M-F, 8am-5pm)
  • RUSSELLVILLE (M-F, 8am-5pm)
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May 2016

How Fitness Affects Your Health

By: Arkansas Urology


May is National Fitness Month. We understand that with some conditions you may not feel like exercising or that you might not think that it has much affect. Think again. Exercise is hardly ever a bad idea no matter what your condition. 

Exercise Fitness

Exercise, like other healthy habits such as a balanced diet, will boost your overall health. It will help you not gain weight and keep your blood pressure in check. Exercising can also help you deal better with stress. Doing something that is good for your overall health is definitely going to be good for your bladder and kidneys.

If you have avoided exercise or physical activity in general because of leakage issues, then it’s time to stop. Exercise can actually help with bladder control. Get the right products to help you start an exercise program, but don’t be afraid to get moving.

Aerobic activity such as walking, biking or swimming, is actually the best form of exercise to help your kidneys. Aerobics can help prevent type 2 diabetes, which is the number one cause of kidney failure.

Regular exercisers are proven to have lower levels of creatinine, which is a chemical waste product in the blood. Also, their kidneys were better able to clear creatinine from the bloodstream. In essence, aerobic exercising can lead to better performing kidneys. Of course, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing, so a good, healthy amount of exercise is 30 – 60 minutes per day.

For any other health concerns and more information on any urologic issues you may have, give us a call today at 1-877-321-8452. 



May 2016

OB/GYN vs. Urologist

By: Arkansas Urology


For women, it can be confusing to know what conditions to see an OB/GYN for and what to see a urologist for? Many times if a woman has an established relationship with her OB/GYN, she might be more comfortable going to her with an issue, but is that doctor really going to be the expert on her condition?

It’s not uncommon for women to assume they can see their OB/GYN for most issues that occur below your waistline. However, that’s not the case. OB/GYNs specialize in caring for pregnant women and conditions of the female reproductive system. A urologist sees and treats diseases and disorders relating to the kidney and bladders for both men and women.

For any issue related to your bladder like urinary incontinence or overactive bladder, see a urologist. A urologist sees and treats conditions like these on a daily basis and will be most familiar with them along with the best course of treatment. If you have a urinary stone or infection, a urologist is also the person you should see.

For women who are going through menopause, a gynecologist can help women manage symptoms. However, a urologist can help them with any other health conditions they may experience later on after menopause like pelvic organ prolapse or incontinence.

If you have infertility issues, many times women will consult with their OB/GYN first; however, a urologist can see and treat both partners to discover what the issue may be.

If you’re experiencing general abdominal discomfort, it might be best to consult with your primary care doctor first. He or she can then determine the problem, the cause and what specialist you should see.




April 2016

5 Myths About Infertility

By: Arkansas Urology


April 24 – 30, 2016 is Infertility Awareness Week. Infertility affects more couples than you may realize. Conceiving a child is something that many couples take for granted; however about one in five couples have trouble conceiving after a year of trying.

Here are five common myths about infertility.

Myth #1 – See a doctor if you don’t conceive after three months of trying.
A healthy couple between ages 29 and 33 with normal functional reproductive systems has only a 20-25 percent chance of conceiving in any given month. Most couples will conceive after six months of trying without any kind of assistance. Most experts agree that if you are under 35, then after a year of trying to conceive you should consult with a doctor. If you are over 35, then see your physician after six months.

Myth #2 – In the majority of cases, infertility is the female’s fault.
The fact is that infertility affects both men and women equally. If conceiving is an issue, then both partners should consult with a doctor. It’s best to find the problem as soon as possible.

Myth #3 – Changing your lifestyle habits doesn’t affect your chances of getting pregnant.
Lifestyle decisions definitely affect your ability to conceive. Of course, smoking will decrease fertility for both males and females. Your weight, being overweight or underweight, also affects your chances of having a baby. In fact, 12 percent of all infertility cases are a result of weight issues. If these are factors, changing your habits will definitely help.

Myth #4 – Eating certain foods can help you be more fertile.
There’s not a magic diet that will help you see two lines on a pregnancy test. You don’t have to worry about cutting out caffeine or eating only fish. It’s a lot more important that you have a well-balanced, healthy diet. Eating foods rich in folic acids like leafy green vegetables, beans, and citrus fruits can benefit pregnancy.

Myth #5 – If I see a specialist about infertility that means I’ll have to have in vitro.
The good news is that 85-90 percent of all infertility cases can be treated with drug therapy or surgical procedures. Less than three percent of couples need advanced reproductive technologies, such as in vitro fertilization.

At Arkansas Urology, infertility is one of our specialties. We see couples who are having issues conceiving, determine the cause and help them determine the right treatment for them. Give us a call today to make an appointment or talk with someone in our office, 1-877-321-8452.



April 2016

PA-C join Arkansas Urology’s Little Rock clinic

By: Arkansas Urology

LITTLE ROCK (April 11, 2016) – Arin Stephens, PA-C, has joined Arkansas Urology at its Little Rock clinic. As a certified physician assistant, Stephens will work in conjunction with Arkansas Urology’s physicians to coordinate comprehensive, quality healthcare.

“Physician Assistants are an integral part of the care team here at Arkansas Urology,” said E. Scot Davis, CEO of Arkansas Urology. “With her advanced training and education, Arin is licensed to diagnose health issues and prescribe medications. Her skills complement our physicians’ skills and expand our clinic’s capacity to see, treat and heal patients.”

Arin earned her certification and a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX. While at the University of of North Texas, she also completed a Masters of Public Health in Environmental Health. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology degree while attending Texas Christian University including a minor degree in Movement Science.

Prior to joining Arkansas Urology, she was a PA-C in family practice at the Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas (MANA) in Fayetteville, AR.

“PA’s are becoming more and more critical to the delivery of quality medical care across the industry,” said Dr. Tim Langford, president of Arkansas Urology. “Here at Arkansas Urology, we will continue to expand our team with physicians, APNs, physician assistants, RNs and others who demonstrate the level of compassion, skill and expertise our patients expect from our clinics.”

About Arkansas Urology
Arkansas Urology provides the latest innovations in medical technology and surgical techniques to its patients through eight Centers of Excellence in urological specialties. The physicians and professional staff comprise one of the most experienced and respected urological practices in the region. Arkansas Urology treats approximately 60,000 patients a year at seven facilities in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Benton, Clinton, El Dorado, Heber Springs and Russellville. In 2014, Arkansas Urology expanded its services by acquiring Epoch Men’s Health, with clinics in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway and Benton. Arkansas Urology is made up of 14 physicians, four physician extenders and 150 clinical and business staff employees.


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