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Men's Urologic Health Program

Drs. Yap and Jackson

If you're experiencing sexual, prostate or reproductive health issues our Men's Urologic Health Program's board-certified and specially trained urologists, Dr. Thomas Jackson and Dr. Ronald Yap, can offer you personal and comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and condition management.

Offering a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis, treatment and management of male urologic conditions including:

Minimally Invasive Treatments for Enlarged Prostate

GreenLight™Laser Therapy: A minimally invasive outpatient procedure, for men who suffer from enlarged prostate. The outpatient procedure in which a laser fiber restores urine flow by vaporizing prostate tissue and sealing the wound, decreasing the risk of bleeding. The treatment delivers relief while decreasing the risk of surgery, recovery from a hospital stay or the side effects and expense of medication. You can usually go home within a couple of hours.

Holmium Laser Ablation: A minimally invasive procedure for men who suffer from enlarged prostate. The outpatient procedure is administered using a thin flexible fiber that transmits laser energy directly to the prostate with a high degree of precision and accuracy. The laser energy effectively vaporizes the obstructing tissue and seals the area, providing immediate symptom relief.

Steve Malinsky


Until Steve Malinksy of Canterbury met Dr. Ronald Yap at Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care, he and his Austin-Healey were going nowhere fast.

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Classes & Events

  • Mar
    5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
    Do you suffer from pelvic disorders related to bowel, bladder, pelvic, tight hip and/or lower back pain? This class teaches techniques to reduce your pain.
  • Mar
    5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
    Do you live with pelvic pain? This class helps you focus on strengthening and stretching the muscles that tie into the pelvic bowl and supporting structures.
  • Mar
    5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Are you a man living with prostate cancer? This program offers you and your loved ones support and education related to your diagnosis.