Urologist in Fort Worth, TX
We are the Texas Center for Urology
If you’re experiencing any problems with your genitourinary system, genital tract, or reproductive system, it’s important for you to be seen by a professional so you can be diagnosed and treated as quickly and as efficiently as possible. At the first sign of any issues with your body, you should give Texas Center for Urology a call.
We have four convenient locations in the Fort Worth area and have been serving the local community for over 10 years. Our physicians are members of the American Urology Association, Texas Urology Association, American Osteopathic Association, and are Fellows of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons. Also, we understand our patients come to us with sensitive issues, which is why we always operate with maximum discretion and compassion.
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