Urology in Jackson Hole
Comprehensive Care for Your Urinary System
St. John's Urology focuses on diagnosing and treating problems involving
the male and female urinary tract and male reproductive organs. We treat
urologic cancer, kidney stones, prostate health, incontinence, and many
other diseases that affect patients young to old.
Your First Visit to the Urologist
Most people do not see a urologist until they are referred to one by their
primary care physician or a hospital. Minor urological conditions can
be treated by internists, but a serious condition will require the expertise
of a urologist.
- You may need to see a urologist if you experience:
- Recurring urinary tract infections
- Blood in urine
- Bladder, prostate, or kidney cancer
- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
- Kidney stones
- A lump in the testicles
- Pelvic pain
Surgical training is a requirement for every urologist. Many urological
conditions are best treated through direct intervention, and it is much
more convenient for patients to receive a diagnosis and treatment of a
urological condition from a singular medical professional.
- Urological surgeries include:
- Kidney stone breakup and removal
- Prostate surgery
- Bladder surgery
Maintaining Good Urinary Health
Most urinary conditions can be prevented without too much effort. Drinking
plenty of water and frequently clearing your bladder flushes out the system
and prevent conditions like kidney stones. Maintaining a low sodium diet
is also helpful. If you have questions or are concerned about your urinary
health, please speak to St. John’s Medical Center’s experienced
Schedule an Appointment & Pre-Register Today!
St. John's Urology is located at 555 E Broadway in St. John's Professional
Office Building, Suite 229. Regular office hours are Monday through Friday
from 9 am to 5 pm. Call 307.739.7690 for an appointment and bring a completed
pre-registration form when checking-in.