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HFM Urology

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There are solutions to enlarged prostate problems!

Think you have an enlarged prostate? HFM Urology is offering a new laser treatment which may reduce the need for ongoing medication for prostate problems!

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HFM Urology
A urologist specializes in diseases of the urinary tract in men, women and children (including kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urinary channel), and the reproductive/genital system in males of all ages. Urologists use tests, such as MRI exams, CT scans, urine screenings, ultrasound and blood tests to diagnose the cause of the problem.

We work closely with specialists in cancer radiation and chemotherapy, gynecology and primary care providers to coordinate care and advance of your health.

HFM Urology specializes in the diagnosis, surgery and non-surgical treatment of the following conditions:

  • Urologic cancers, including kidney, ureter, bladder, prostate and testicles. We use medications, microwaves, and surgery for prostate 
  • We remove stones from kidneys, ureters and bladder, using minimally invasive surgery, shockwaves and laser, and educate you how to avoid them
  • Urinary control problems and incontinence
  • Urinary infections
  • Urinary bleeding and discomfort
  • Urinary blockages
  • Childhood urology problems
  • Male reproductive issues and problems

Our highly skilled physicians and nurses treat each patient with compassion and dignity. HFM Urology staff is committed to listening to each patient's concerns and treat it with compassion and effectiveness.

HFM Urology is the only clinic in Manitowoc County dedicated exclusively to treatment of urinary problems.


For an appointment, call:
(920) 320-6344

HFM Urology
1818 Memorial Drive
Manitowoc, WI 54220
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Office hours
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Same day and noon-hour appointments are often available.
Insurance and Fees

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and go…and go…and go?

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an Overactive Bladder

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Visit our Urology Frequently Asked Questions 

Prescription refills may be requested between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Notify the receptionist that a refill is needed. Please call at least one day before you need the refill so your doctor has time to review your records before your prescription runs out.