Urologic Oncology in the Central Coast of California
What is Urologic Oncology?
Urologic oncology is a specialized area concerned with treating cancers involving the urinary tract. This branch helps to treat cancers that develop and help you through your journey. A urologic oncologist is a physician with specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers of the male and female urinary tract as well as the male reproductive organs.
For urologic cancer patients in the central coasts of California the urologic oncologists with Urology Associates of the Central Coast are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a urologic oncology consultation in San Luis Obispo, Templeton, Pismo Beach, Santa Maria, or Lompoc.
What are Common Cancers in Urology?
Urological cancers are relatively common, with prostate, bladder, and kidney cancers among the 10 most common cancers diagnosed in the United States. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men.
Urology cancers may include the following organs:
It is important to see a care team that can put you first. These organs often work together and impact other areas of your body. If you have tumors or cancer, you may need to see an urology oncologist.
Urologic Oncology Experts You Can Trust
- When it comes to urology oncology, our urologic oncology specialists treat patients through all stages of their urologic cancer journey, from diagnosis to end-stage disease. We are often working to improve diagnosis and develop new and better treatments. Our goal is to improve the quality of life and survival rates for people diagnosed with cancers of the urinary system.
We often work as a care team with others including:
- Radiation oncologists
- Diagnostic imaging specialists
Schedule a Urologic Oncology Consultation
If you’ve been diagnosed with urologic cancer, please schedule an appointment with a board-certified urologist at Urology Associates of the Central Coast to discuss your treatment options. We have urology clinics in San Luis Obispo, Templeton, Pismo Beach, Santa Maria, and Lompoc.