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After being diagnosed with an aggressive form of Prostate Cancer and told that surgery would be needed, my wife and I were a wreck. However, after our pre-surgical consultation with Dr. Scott, we were very optimistic. He was reassuring about my condition and the surgical procedure and he was spot on. Five weeks later, I am well on the mend and, at this point, cancer free. He is a gifted and talented surgeon as well as a genuinely caring person. I would recommend him 100%!
I found the office staff of Urology Associates of Mobile friendly, alert, caring and well trained. My visit resulted in the prompt diagnosis and treatment of my illness.
I have had many kidney biopsies and I have to say this one that Dr. McIntyre did was 100% the easiest & least painful. He also made me feel very comfortable. I want him to do all my biopsies. He also was the only physician that ever came & visited me after the procedure. Thank You #1 Doctor to me.
Dr. Stephens and his staff are friendly, personable, and caring. Dr. Stephens makes my husband (patient) and myself (spouse) feel that he is genuinely concerned. He seems very up to date in his field of medicine.
One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men.
Approximately 50% of men over the age of 60 experience erectile dysfunction.
Approximately four out of ten men over the age of 45 suffer from low testosterone.