Suffering from a prostate issue can make daily life a pain - and painful. At UVA, we have prostate treatment experts who stay at the forefront of the field. They know how to perform the latest, most effective procedures. You can get back to a pain-free, prostate-problem free life.
Relief for Enlarged Prostate
Find a range of advanced options for your enlarged prostate. We have powerful, high-tech tools you can’t find everywhere. These include:
- Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP)
- GreenLight Laser treatment
- Robotic-assisted prostatectomy
- Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) surgery
Prostate Cancer Treatments
After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. At UVA, we treat prostate cancer with the very latest technological advances. These include:
- Cryotherapy — freezes tumors without damaging health tissue
- Prostatectomy — removes prostate with the help of a robot or open surgery
- Brachytherapy — uses tiny radioactive seeds to target radiation and minimize effects on healthy tissue
New Prostate Cancer Treatment: Brachytherapy Plus
Access the most precise form of high-dose radiation therapy available: high-dose rate brachytherapy. You can benefit from two different kinds of this intense, targeted radiation. Only a few hospitals in the country have this approach.
Find out if you're a candidate for high-dose radiation brachytherapy.
Treatment Spotlight: da Vinci® Robotic Surgery
We were one of the first medical centers in Virginia to offer the da Vinci robotic prostatectomy.
This procedure uses a miniature camera and robotic “hands.” Your doctor inserts them into the body through a series of tiny incisions. These tools ensure steadiness and precision. Your doctor can see better and avoid damage to nearby nerves and muscles that control continence and potency.
- Reduced blood loss
- Reduced post-operative pain
- Shorter hospital stays
- Less likelihood of side effects like impotence, incontinence and infection
We offer treatments for prostate cancer through the UVA Cancer Center.