Aquablation Therapy in Siouxland
Aquablation therapy is a safe and effective treatment for patients suffering from lower urinary tract symptoms due to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Aquablation therapy is clinically proven to provide best-in-class and long-lasting symptom relief with a low risk of irreversible complications (incontinence, ejaculatory dysfunction, erectile dysfunction), independent of prostate size, anatomy or surgeon experience. To schedule a consultation to discuss our BPH treatment options, please call Siouxland Urology at (605) 217-7000.
Minimally Invasive Treatment for BPH
Aquablation therapy is a different type of treatment for BPH. It’s an advanced, minimally invasive treatment that uses the power of water delivered with robotic precision to provide best-in-class and long-lasting symptom relief and also low rates of irreversible complications regardless of how large the patient’s prostate is. Aquablation therapy is a resective procedure, meaning that the prostate tissue causing symptoms is removed. No incision is made, as the prostate is reached through the uretha.
What Happens During Your Aquablation Therapy Treatment?
With Aquablation therapy, there are two simple steps:
- Creating a surgical map: The surgeon uses a cystoscope & real-time ultrasound imaging to create a surgical map of the prostate. This enables the surgeon to see the entire prostate so they can create a surgical map of the areas of the prostate to remove and those to avoid.
- Removing the prostate tissue: With the surgical map in place, a robotically controlled, heat-free water jet removes the prostate tissue. Aquablation therapy offers predictable and reproducible outcomes, independent of prostate anatomy, prostate size, or surgeon experience.
The treatment is performed in the hospital and is done under spinal or general anesthesia. The procedure generally takes less than an hour and involves an overnight stay.
Schedule a Consultation with Siouxland Urology
If you are interested in learning more about Aquablation Therapy or would like to discuss the many ways in which we are able to treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate, we encourage you to call (605) 217-7000 and schedule an appointment today!