DR. CHRISTOPHER LEE VENDRYES, MD, MS
Dr. Vendryes earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Morehouse College, Dr. Vendryes went further to attain an MD from the University of Miami School of Medicine and an MS degree from the University of Southern California. He did his surgical internship and residency at the University of Texas.
He went ahead to complete a clinical fellowship at Saban Research Hospital, Los Angeles and another surgical residency at Loyola University Medical Center, Illinois. In the year 2016, Dr. Vendryes completed his residency program in Urology at University of Illinois, Chicago.
Dr. Vendryes has contributed immensely to medical care by writing abstracts and case reports. His works have been published in several leading journals.
Please feel free to give Dr. Vendryes a call at (954) 943-1133 if you need a consultation for any issues bothering you. Dr. Vendryes is always willing to help you understand your conditions and the best ways to treat them.
DR. SANJEEV GUPTA, MD
Dr. Gupta earned his M.D. degree at the University of Miami, School of Medicine. He completed residency training in Urology at Tulane University and the University of Iowa. He practices Urology in Florida and has performed a wide range of urological procedures during his career. Some of the urological procedures Dr. Gupta has performed include but are not limited to laparoscopic surgeries, green light laser TURP, no incision vasectomies and penile implants.
Dr. Gupta has written several abstracts. One of his works on penile prosthetic implantation gained international recognition after being published in the Journal of Urology.
Please feel free to give Dr. Gupta a call at (954) 943-1133 if you need a consultation for any issues bothering you. Dr. Gupta is always willing to help you understand your conditions and the best ways to treat them.
DR. IRA L. RAFF, MD
Dr. Raff earned a BA degree at the University of Vermont and proceeded to New York Medical College to earn his medical degree. Dr. Raff completed his surgical and urological residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York and New York Medical College and Metropolitan Hospital Center, respectively.
Dr. Raff has medical licenses from New York State, Connecticut, and Florida, allowing him to practice independently in any of these regions.
Dr. Raff served as the Chief of Urology and as a regional consultant at USAF Westover Massachusetts; 8 Airforces Regional Center. Presently, he runs three private practices at Danbury where he serves as the Chief of Urology, Connecticut, South County Urology and Urology Medical Specialists.
Please feel free to give Dr. Raff a call at (954) 943-1133 if you need a consultation for any issues bothering you. Dr. Raff is always willing to help you understand your conditions and the best ways to treat them.
MARVIN STEIN, MD
Marvin Stein, MD – Urology – Dr. Stein is a senior Urologist who has been practicing in Broward for close to 40 years. He specializes in diseases of the kidney, bladder, prostate, testicle, Incontinence, impotence male infertility and No Scalpel vasectomy. We are excited to expand our Urology services as they join Sanjeev Gupta, MD.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia – This is a common condition that affects older men. It is inflammation of the prostate gland due to old age. The enlarged prostate can press upon the urinary bladder, causing manifestations of dribbling, urgency, frequency, and incontinence.
Bladder fistula – A fistula is an abnormal connection between two organs. The bladder can form a connection with the bowel or the vagina. A bladder fistula with the intestine is termed enterovesical fistula while that with the vagina is termed vesicovaginal fistula.
Erectile Dysfunction – Erectile dysfunction or impotence as it is more commonly called, is the inability to keep or get a firm erection during sexual intercourse.
Interstitial cystitis – The exact cause of interstitial cystitis is unknown, but it is common in women more than in men. It is also called painful bladder syndrome because it causes severe bladder and pelvic pain. Some of its other symptoms include urinary frequency and painful sexual intercourse.
Kidney Stones – Also known as renal lithiasis or nephrolithiasis, kidney stones are deposits of minerals and salts such as calcium, uric acid, oxalate, etc. in the kidney. These stones provoke renal colic (severe abdominal pain that radiates to the back), and urinary symptoms such as hematuria (blood in urine), frequency, urgency and painful urination may be observed.
Male and Female Voiding Dysfunction – Voiding dysfunction is a term used to describe lack of coordination between the muscles of the urinary bladder and the urethra. This incoordination causes either overactivity or incomplete relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles during urination.
Male infertility – This is a condition whereby a man’s semen is deficient; low or abnormal semen production, and cannot fertilize a woman’s eggs, i.e., a man’s inability to impregnate a woman.
Neurogenic bladder – Neurogenic bladder is a malfunction of the urinary bladder caused by trauma, injury or diseases of the CNS. Simply put, it is lack of bladder control as a result of spinal cord, brain or nerve problem.
Peyronie’s disease – is characterized by a curved penis and painful erections, Peyronie’s disease is the presence of scar tissue formation inside the penile shaft. Often, the scar tissues can be felt as painful bumps through the skin when palpating the penis.
Prostate Cancer – Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer affecting men. Its clinical manifestations include symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, pelvic pain or discomfort, urinary incontinence, and blood in semen.
Prostate Enlargement – Prostate enlargement is a common problem for men as they get older. As the prostate gland grows larger, it can press upon the urinary bladder, causing pain, frequency, and urgency during urination. Prostate enlargement is also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Sexual Dysfunction – Sexual dysfunction is a term used to describe disorders of the sexual response cycle that inhibits sexually active individuals from attaining satisfaction during sexual intercourse. It could be pain, lack of orgasm, lack of arousal or lack of sexual desire.
Urinary incontinence – Loss of bladder control manifested as involuntary passage of urine from the urinary bladder is called incontinence.
- Vaginal Rejuvenation
- Suprapubic Catheters
- PVP Green Light Laser
- Urinary Sling Procedure
- Prostate/Bladder Biopsy
- Penile Prosthesis
- Renal/Bladder/Scrotal Ultrasound
- Stone Removal with Stent
- Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)
- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy
- AETNA (Commercial)
- ALLWELL (Medicare)
- BANKER’S LIFE MEDICARE
- BEST CHOICE PLUS PPO
- BETTER HEALTH
- BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD
- CHILDREN’S MED SERVICES
- CIGNA (Commercial)
- CLEAR HEALTH
- COMM CARE PLAN
- COVENTRY FREEDOM
- FREEDOM HEALTH
- GOLDEN RULE
- HEALTH SUN
- MEDICAID SHARE OF COST
- MUTUAL OF OMAHA
- OXFORD MEDICARE SUPP
- PHCS MULTIPLAN
- POSITIVE HEALTHCARE
- SEMINOLE TRIBE
- SIMPLY MCR & MCD
- Simply Hcare
- SOUTH FLORIDA COMM
- TRICARE HUMANA MILITARY
- UNITED AMERICAN MED SUP
- UNITED HEALTHCARE