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Dr. Scott Miller

Dr. Miller is interviewed by WXIA TV anchor Jerry Carnes in a special news segment about prostate cancer.

Georgia Urology Named 2017 Best Urologist of North Atlanta

We are pleased to announce that Georgia Urology has been named Best Urologist of North Atlanta 2017 by Appen Media Group! The four offices that are included in this award are our Alpharetta, Roswell, Cumming, and Johns Creek locations. Appen Media Group has been honoring businesses, medical groups, and others in the North Atlanta area with this honor for the past […]

Dr. Darrell Carmen appears on “Your Health Connection” radio show on Jazz 91.9 WCLK

September 21, 2017 — As a part of National Prostate Health Month, Dr. Darrell Carmen appeared on the season premiere of “Your Health Connection” on Jazz 91.9 WCLK to discuss the pervasive disease. The hour-long show was hosted by The Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development (CCRTD) and Paula Gwynn Grant and featured Dr. Shafiq Khan and […]

Why Do Bladders Fall in the First Place?

Dropped, fallen, prolapsed – these are all words used to describe a common condition women experience known as a cystocele. It is scary to think your bladder can fall into the vagina, but it’s common, especially among women who have given birth. Find out more about cystocele and what causes the bladder to fall below. […]

Back to School Tips: How to Help with Bedwetting

The start of a new school year can inspire different emotions for children and their parents. If your child is particularly anxious or nervous about school, those worried feelings can often manifest into something more serious: bedwetting. In a highly-controlled environment such as school, it’s hard for children to be able to follow a strict […]

What Are the Different Types of Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects 13 million people across all ages and genders. While it impacts a multitude of people, urinary incontinence is more common in women and senior adults. It is an issue that is often temporary and can be caused by a range of underlying factors including congenital issues, obesity, urinary tract […]

Georgia Urology welcomes urologist to new East Cobb location

Dr. Kristi Hebert brings her urological and reconstructive surgery expertise to the largest urology practice in the Southeast August 14, 2017 (Atlanta) — Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in the Southeastern United States, is pleased to welcome Dr. Kristi Hebert to its newest location in East Cobb (4800 Olde Towne Parkway, Suite 220, Marietta). […]

What Happens if My PSA Rises after Surgery?

PSA, or prostate-specific antigen, is a protein in the blood produced by the prostate. It is used as an indicator in a man’s blood to determine the health of the prostate. An elevated PSA can indicate prostate cancer, but other non-cancerous issues can cause elevated PSA as well. Two of the most common non-cancerous causes […]

Dr. Brent Sharpe appeared on WSB’s radio show The Weekly Check-Up on Sunday, July 9

Last Sunday, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Brent Sharpe appeared on WSB’s healthcare talk show The Weekly Check-Up hosted by Dr. Bruce Feinberg. Dr. Sharpe spoke on a number of topics covering men’s and women’s urologic health, minimally invasive surgeries, erectile dysfunction, prosthetic urology, and urinary incontinence. Listeners called in to ask Dr. Sharpe about their urologic […]