Following the completion of my residency in Urological Surgery at Duke University in 1987, I joined the staff of Abington Memorial Hospital. 8 years later I also joined the medical staff of Doylestown Hospital. My 6-year residency included two years of general surgical training followed by four years of urological training. I performed the first artificial urinary sphincter plantation and the first continent urinary diversion at Abington Hospital in 1987. I continue to offer these procedures. Additionally, I provide minimally invasive surgical procedures for complex kidney stones. I offer treatment for Benign Prostate Hypertrophy with medications, minimally invasive procedures and surgery General Urological diagnostics and care including prostate biopsies, vasectomy and Cystoscopy are a major part of my practice. Penile implants and artificial urinary sphincter surgery continue to be my primary surgical interests.