Urology Waco


Reproductive System

& Urinary Tract

The Urology specialists at Little River Healthcare diagnose and treat all types of urological disorders in both men and women of all ages.

Many urological problems can be treated through medications or on an outpatient basis with minimally-invasive surgery. From essential screening to minor procedures and surgeries, the Little River team is deeply committed to your health for life.

The Urologists at Little River Healthcare understand the common hesitations of urological

patients, especially considering the private nature of urological conditions. That’s why our Urology team is one of the best in the world – because they focus on your individual needs and work within your comfort zone to ensure the most pleasant experience without compromising the success of your treatment and recovery.

If you need to be seen by a Urologist and want the best urological care in the state with personalized care, book an appointment with the Little River Urological Department today. Our providers are seeing new patients in Waco, Temple, Cameron, and Rockdale.


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Urology Locations

Temple Gastroenterology

King’s Daughters Clinic – Urology
1905 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop
Temple, TX 76520
Phone: (254) 298-2537
Urology Doctors for Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen, Temple, and Waco.

Central Texas Urology – Waco
601 W. Hwy 6, Suite 105
Waco, TX 76710
Phone: (512) 255-8155
Urology Doctors for Waco, Temple and Killeen.

Rockdale Medical Clinic
602 N. Main St.
Rockdale, TX 76567
Phone: (512) 446-4555
Urology Doctors for Rockdale, Taylor, Milano, Hearne, Gause, Lexington, and all of Milam County.


Our Urologists see and treat patients for the following illnesses, symptoms and disorders at our local Central Texas offices:

• Incontinence
• Dysuria
• Enuresis
• Urinary Retention
• Renal Colic
• Nocturia
• Polyuria
• Hernia
• Kidney Stones
• Urinary Tract Infections
• Prostate Cancer
• Penile Cancer
• Bladder Infection
• Kidney Failure
• Proteinuria
• Renal Tumor
• Scrotal Swelling
• Urethritis
• Hydronephrosis
• Gynecomastia
• Genital Ulcer
• Anuria
• Oliguria
• Ureteral Stones
• Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
• Painful Bladder Syndrome
• Prostatitis


If you are experiencing any of the common symptoms of urologic disorders or illnesses listed below, contact the Little River Healthcare Urology Department and book an appointment today.

• Urinary Pattern Changes
• Blood in Urine
• Frequent UTIs
• Excessive Urination
• Weak Urinary Stream
• Pain when Urinating
• Pain in Lower Abdomen
• Abnormal Discharge
• Male Impotence
• Mass in Testicle
• Difficulty Holding Urine
• Sudden Need to Urinate
• Inability to Urinate
• Erectile Dysfunction
• Male Infertility
• Bladder Pain
• Pain in the Groin
• Kidney Pain


Most common urologic problems occur as a result of existing medical conditions, genetic predisposition, certain medications or procedures, injury, or growing older in age. While the causes of specific urological conditions vary from case to case, there are a number of risk factors associated with urological disorders or illnesses, including:

• Alcohol/Caffeine Intake
• Pregnancy
• Hysterectomy
• Aging
• Prostate Surgery
• Enlarged Prostate
• Diabetes
• Obesity
• Drug Abuse
• Menopause
• Birth Control Diaphragm
• Oral Antibiotics
• Family History
• Smoking Tobacco
• Certain Industrial Chemicals
• Some Diabetes Medications
• Arsenic Exposure
• Schistosomiasis
• Use of Spermicides
• Being an Uncircumcised Male
• High Sodium Intake


By practicing the following actions, some types of gastrointestinal disorders or diseases may be prevented:

• Follow a Healthy Diet Plan
• Drink Enough Fluids
• Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine
• Urinate Frequently
• Stop Smoking
• Increase Fiber Intake
• Avoid Diaphrams/Spermicide
• Maintain a Healthy Weight