Alaska Urological Institute

General Services & Treatments

We treat male, female and pediatric patients for a wide range of issues related to the urinary system, from bedwetting to cancer. An AUI urologist can diagnose symptoms such as kidney pain, erectile dysfunction or frequent urination with a urological exam that may be as simple as a conversation or could include testing with advanced technology.

Some of the diagnostic tests AUI physicians use are symptom score (essentially questions your doctor asks to gauge your level of pain), ultrasound, X-ray, computerized tomography (CT) scan, blood tests such as the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, urodynamics (to evaluate bladder function), cystoscopy (which allows a doctor to visually inspect the urinary system) and biopsy (to detect cancer).

Urology is a specialized field of medicine, but has its own subspecialties. Every physician on our team is an expert in at least one urological subspecialty. Whatever your symptoms, AUI has a specialist who can diagnose your condition and determine the best course of treatment.