Attention patients: If you or any of your family members are suffering from cold or flu-like symptoms, please call Oxford Urology Associates at (662) 234-1448 before your scheduled appointment. Our patient’s health is our number one priority.
Oxford Urology Associates is extremely proud to announce that Dr. Land Renfroe’s Medtronic InterStim program has been officially designated as an InterStim Center of Excellence (COE). The COE recognizes physicians who demonstrate exemplary use of the InterStim System and a commitment to patient care for those suffering from symptoms associated with Overactive Bladder, Fecal Incontinence and Non-Obstructive Urinary Retention.
The Medtronic COE program is designed to helppatients find experienced physicians who show exemplary care with the InterStim system while also recognizing physicians for their exemplary care.
Dr. Renfroe is the FIRST and ONLY physician in Mississippi to be designated with the Medtronic InterStim COE. We are very proud to provide the highest quality of care for those in the state of Mississippi.
Please call us at (662) 262-1050 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Renfroe if you or a loved one is suffering from urinary and or bowel control problems!
“What do I do next?” is usually the first thing a man diagnosed with prostate cancer thinks about. There are several actions you should and should not take if you are diagnosed with prostate cancer. Here are some tips for a man newly diagnosed with prostate cancer. A guide to handling your fears, questions, and treatment options.
Screening tests to detect early kidney cancer do not exist, and unfortunately, there are few if any early symptoms of this cancer. Most patients don’t notice any signs until the tumor has grown larger and begins to affect other organs. Consequently, be prepared to recognize the signs you should be tested for kidney cancer.
If a man is having difficulty in the bedroom, he is not likely to talk about it, but he doesn’t have to suffer in silence. There is a safe and effective way to overcome erectile dysfunction with a penile implant. Here are just 7 of the many benefits of penile implants for erectile dysfunction.
If you are a smoker, you most likely have been admonished for years by friends and relatives to quit. You are aware of the many health problems which can develop from smoking. Yet, you continue unabated. If it was easy to do, you would have already done it, right? Maybe the final impetus will be how smoking affects your risk of urologic conditions.
For anyone who asks, I pee when I sneeze: is this normal? Let’s get right to the point, NO is the answer. This type of leakage is not normal. There may be an unknown number of people with this type of incontinence, but that doesn’t make it normal. You don’t need to go through life with embarrassing leakage. Let’s find out what your options are.
Many people think of erectile dysfunction (ED) as a sexual issue, but that is not always the case. Facts suggest there is a link between erectile dysfunction and other medical conditions including cardiac disease. In fact, ED may be one of the first signs of cardiovascular problems for men.
As men get older, many suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH, a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. This condition results in multiple symptoms. In particular, can BPH affect your sex life?
Early in the COVID pandemic, cancer screening centers and outpatient offices were closed. At the same time elective medical procedures were put on hold and suspended to better prioritize urgent care. That is no longer the case, so if you were one of those who had a screening delayed, here are the reasons why you shouldn’t put off cancer screenings during the pandemic even one more day.