Urologic Care in Topeka and Emporia, KS
Services Offered at Rupp Urology Clinic
Dr. Bradley Rupp is a board-certified urologist dedicated to offering the highest quality care to patients throughout Topeka, Emporia, and Leavenworth, KS. Dr. Rupp’s patient-centered approach ensures that all patients receive comprehensive diagnostic testing, a thorough explanation of their treatment options, and that they leave with all of their questions answered. Call (785) 354-7877 to request an appointment with Dr. Rupp today!
Rupp Urology Clinic offers medical and surgical care in the diagnosis and treatment of male and female urinary conditions including the following:
Urological Conditions We Treat
Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men. It’s estimated that about 59,000 men are diagnosed with bladder cancer each year, as of 2016.
Kidney cancer is also known as renal cancer. The cancerous cells tend to begin in the tiny tubes of the kidney, which is diagnosed as renal cell carcinoma, hence the name “renal cancer”.
Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in men. Approximately 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the U.S.
An increasingly common and widely undertreated condition, erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability of a man to maintain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse.
Male infertility does not mean that the man is unable to impregnate his female partner, it simply means that he has a decreased likelihood of doing so.
When scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis due to trauma or minor injury, Peyronie’s disease may occur.
If you have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate due to BPH, consult with your physician to determine which treatment is right for you.
The medical term “hematuria” is used whenever an individual has blood in their urine.
Any sort of condition that compromises the kidneys or their daily function can become quite a serious threat to an individual’s health.
When high levels of minerals and salt exist in the kidneys, they can form a clump of matter known as a kidney stone.
Urinary incontinence is a condition where there is loss of control in managing the flow of urine from your body.
Your treatment may include simple exercises, medicines or both. In more problematic cases, a man will need surgery, but most don’t.
Bladder leakage (or urinary incontinence) is a medical condition shared by millions of women.
The symptoms of a urinary tract infection can be painful and uncomfortable. Physicians usually treat urinary tract infections with antibiotics and sometimes medication to soothe the pain.
Uterine prolapse occurs when the ligaments and muscles inside the pelvic floor stretch and weaken, causing the uterus to protrude or move down into the vagina.
Having completed over 1,000 robotic surgeries, Dr. Rupp is highly experienced in utilizing the da Vinci system to treat a variety of urologic conditions including prostate, kidney and bladder cancer.