note that in January 2010, our office relocated from 2509 Scripture St., Suite 100 to:
***Please note that in January 2010, our office relocated from 2509 Scripture St., Suite 100 to:
2401 West Oak St., Suite 102
for a Google Map
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See our new MedPay link for Online Payments
(Litho/Stone Treatment Center - as of February 2013.)
Click above link - will open in new page.
on the following links to open new patient forms. Print and
these to your appointment with you:
The New Patient
Packet opens as a Word
The 2nd form opens with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Please see our Notice of Privacy Practices webpage.
Please email us to suggest any books you have found valuable...your input is very helpful!
Focusing on Prostate and
Urinary Bladder Disease, Kidney Stone Disease,
**If you're on Cigna HMO or HMO Blue, please view the insurance page for a note on coverage (we do NOT accept either of these plans, though we do accept Cigna PPO).
Insurance coverages/plan acceptances change frequently. Please consult our office or your provider directly to
assess whether we take your policy/plan.
Notice of Privacy Practices
as required under law (HIPAA).
For more information, please peruse the websites listed,
or go to the appropriate newsgroup to gain more insight.
Business days are Monday through Friday excluding holidays, and vacations/off days.
Remember if you have a TRUE MEDICAL EMERGENCY,
sign off the Internet and call 911. Also, our new answering service now uses an electronic interface. Please pay attention to the number to press for "urgent" questions vs. office issues -- if you leave a message that is for the office staff, but press the "speak to a doctor" button (option #1), you may NOT get a reply.
Thanks for your understanding.
Denton Urology will observe the Holidays/"Off Dates" upcoming, and will be closed the following dates:See below for each Doctor's specific dates on/off around the nearest upcoming holidays:
dates will allow more family time for our physicians and their
families, as well as for continuing medical education, etc.
-- sorry for any inconvenience.)
Dr. Casey will be unavailable (not in the office) during the following dates:March 11-14, 2013
Dr. Admire will be unavailable during the following dates:None scheduled currently.
Last updated March 8, 2013.
Here are some additional pages on the website
(or see the index below):
- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
otherwise known as 'enlarged prostate'
Dr. Casey & Dr. Admire have been delivering the AMS PVP (Greenlight Laser) procedure to Denton's BPH population for several years now.
Currently the newest technology is the XPS 180 watt Greenlight Laser, provided by Nextmed -- also providing Litho (ESWL) and Holmium YAG services to participating hospitals/Ambulatory Surgery settings in Denton, TX.
Please see the BPH page for more information and links about this exciting new laser technology for treating symptoms of an enlarged prostate .
An interactive AUA Symptom Score form
for men diagnosed with BPH. This interactive form will help
you understand your symptom severity, and help explain the treatment options for
your degree of urinary symptoms due to BPH.
Prostate Cancer - Links and Information
Stones - Causes and Prevention
(Information for patients having office urology procedures such as vasectomy, transrectal ultrasound and cystoscopy at Denton Urology.)
Urology Links (Peyronie's, Etc.)
(Urinary Tract Infections - in women)
Dr. Casey does not see patients from outside the
who have chronic medical conditions such as chronic prostatitis,
chronic pelvic pain syndrome, or interstitial cystitis (CPPS, CP, IC).
(*Please see Dr. Casey's CV page for additional information.)
Thanks for your understanding.
The Denton chapter meetings are held on the second
of each month at 7:00 pm at 2501 Scripture (*new address) in Denton.
*This is the building located on the Southwest corner of Scripture and Bonnie Brae in Denton. Parking is accessed from the North on Scripture. Enter the building by the South Entrance. Meeting room is just inside the entrance.
**Special Note: 10-17-2007 -- I am not sure if UsToo is still active in Denton...I have been told by some patients that there are no longer meetings due to loss of the primary instigators of the group in town, but I am simply not sure...DLC
Primer from EMedicine
Stone disease is perhaps the #1 reason for visits to Denton Urology.
Read about it on this concise well-written webpage.
Also see Dr. Casey's Stone Page
·Join the Peyronie's Disease Discussion Group
Peyronie's Disease Links Page
(Dr. Casey is NOT a Peyronie's Disease expert)
Disclaimer: This website provides general information and is not intended to offer specific medical advice to anyone. The physicians of Denton Urology do not participate in telemedicine, and this site is offered as a complementary informational service only. The physicians of Denton Urology are licensed to practice only in the State of Texas, and no intention to solicit or practice in other states is implied. We accept no corporate sponsorship for this site, and advise users of this site that all links to other sites on the Internet do not imply relationship with or endorsement by Denton Urology. We cannot be responsible for the content of other websites linked from this site. Any communication resulting from the use of E-mail links within this site must be considered for general informational purposes only and do not imply the development of a doctor-patient relationship. No diagnosis or treatment is being provided, and the information provided is for self-education only. Information retrieved from our site or other sites linked from this site may be used in consultation with a personal physician of the reader's choice. Inquiries and responses sent over the Internet are not considered privileged or confidential. Please see our Notice of Privacy Practices webpage.
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