I have been in practice for ten years now in the specialty of Urology. My 4 year General Surgery training was completed in 2002 at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, and my 4 year Urology training at the UP-Philippine General Hospital in 2008. I am a fellow of the following: Philippine College of Surgeons, Philippine Urological Association, Philippine Society of General Surgeons, Philippine Association of Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Surgeons. The services I provide to both adult and pediatric patients are out-patient consultation, intervention for urologic related cancers, treatment for urinary stones (medical, non-invasive like shockwave, endoscopic, minimally invasive like Laparoscopic / PCNL, to open surgery), voiding dysfunctions and recurrent urinary tract infections, male infertility and prostate related diseases, erectile dysfunction, sexually related infections, vasectomy, and more.
Specializes in Urinary tract/kidney stones, tumors, infections (UTI), hernias, problems/difficulties in urination, sexually transmitted diseases, genital diseases (testis & penis), urologic congenital disorders in children, transplant urology, laparoscopic urology.
Diseases and Surgery of Adrenals, Kidneys (stones and Tumors), Urinary Bladder, Prostate, and Male Genitalia. UTI, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Erectile Dysfunction and Male Infertility. Specialty: General Surgery Subspecialty: Urology Clinic Address & Schedule: Mactan Doctors’ Hospital Room 118, Basak, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu 6015 Philippines Phone: (032) 236 0000 local 218 Schedule: Mon: 10:00AM – 12:00PM Tue: 10:00AM – 12:00PM Wed: 10:00AM – 12:00PM Thu: 10:00AM – 12:00PM Fri: 10:00AM – 12:00PM Dr. JC Borromeo Bldg. (back of CDUH) Rm 209, Gov. M. Roa St., Capitol Site, Cebu City, Cebu 6000 Philippines Phone: (032) 254 0471 Schedule: Mon: 3:00PM – 5:00PM » » » [Read more]
One of the most excruciating pains one can experience is the colicky abdominal pain caused by kidney stones. They affect approximately 10% of the adult population. What Are Kidney Stones? Kidney stones are medically called urolithiasis in general. They are called nephrolithiasis when they are located in one or both of the kidneys, ureterolithiasis if they are in the ureters and urolithiasis if they are located in the urinary bladder. They are crystallized substances that eventually harden and form stones. They can be as small as a few millimeters but can grow up to several centimeters big and obstruct the » » » [Read more]