Very Satisfied, I appreciate the fact that Robert Vollero explains the procedures in detail and advantages and disadvantages of any procedure. I was nervous before I called, I finally had the courage to organize consultations. Had my consultation these days and as soon as I entered the staff was greet and put you at ease. Once I met Robert Vollero I felt him very professional and he gave me a lot of important and detailed information.
350 Kingwood Medical DrKingwood, TX 77339
From Business: Celebrating 30 Years in Practice Northwoods Urology Associates celebrates their 30th Anniversary being in practice. Established in 1980, by Ronald G. Henry, M.D., Board Certified Urologist, Northwoods Urology Associates grew from a solo practice into the most respected urology group in the area. Northwoods Urology Associat…
From my experience with the Northwoods Urology Associates physicians (seen a few because of urgent matters or my primary Urologist was out) it seems very apparent they are the elite in their field. They recruit only the best so you can't go wrong seeing any of the Urologists with NUA.
8619 Broadway StPearland, TX 77584
From Business: Urology Associates of Houston, P.A., established in 1985, is the only group practice in the Southeast Houston area. We provide the full spectrum of state-of-the-art urologic care in a timely and sensitive manner, with compassion and attention to detail.
I have been to many urologist in the past 2 years. These past physicians have just taken me for a ride with no answer. Finally I found a wonderfull doctor that can take care of my needs. I was so happy for him to treat me. I drove about 30 mins out of my way. But it was worth it. He is the most …
hey say word of mouth is the best advertising. So here it is. In 2011, I took my husband to Dr. Nguyen in hopes of getting rid of a kidney stone. He wowed us with his knowledge and proceeded with a Lithotripsy (crushes the stone instead of having to cut into the skin). We were told at the beginning that the stone was a 5mm stone. At the end of the procedure he stated they could only get it down to a size 3. We also learned in theory that a stone grows 1mm per year. So here it is 2013, almost 2 years to the date and we are told my husband has a 7mm stone. Now, the point is, if this doctor took it down to a 3mm, how in the world can it get to a 7 in 2 years. Point: He lied to us, took our money and the insurance money. We just completed a more invasive surgery and took that 7mm stone down to SAND. Be careful people. This doctor flat out lied to us.