Medical professionals
that you can trust

Everyone at Middlesex Urology takes great pride in making your visit to our practice as successful and pleasant as possible.

Leading the way
in research and development

At Middlesex Urology we are dedicated to providing state of the art urologic care to meet your needs promptly and courteously

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Everyone at Middlesex Urology takes great pride in making your visit to our practice as successful and pleasant as possible.

Medical professionals
that you can trust

Our well-trained physicians and staff are here to provide care over a wide spectrum of diseases in both men and women. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions and we thank you for choosing us your provider.

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Welcome to Middlesex Urology of Middletown, CT along with our Center for Continence and Pelvic Health

At Middlesex Urology we are dedicated to providing state of the art urologic care to meet your needs promptly and courteously. We understand that urologic issues can be sensitive and we strive to create a welcoming, comfortable environment for our patients. Our well-trained physicians and staff are here to provide care over a wide spectrum of diseases in both me and women. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions and we thank you for choosing us your provider.

Middlesex Urology

Middlesex Urology has been practicing in the Middletown area for many years. In that time we have established a sterling reputation for providing the highest quality medical care possible to our patients.

The Highest Quality

Everyone at Middlesex Urology takes great pride in making your visit to our practice as successful and pleasant as possible. Our goal is to consistently provide you with the highest quality care and latest advances in technology in a friendly inviting environment.

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We are pleased to announce that the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System is now available to our patients. Feel free to contact our doctors.

Dr. Timothy Siegrist earned his Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, from Georgetown University and his medical degree from the University of Connecticut. He received his training in urology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City as well as at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Siegrist served as Chief Resident of the urology service at Lenox Hill Hospital during his final year of residency and is specially trained in the da Vinci Robotic System and laparoscopic surgery. Dr. Siegrist practices general urology with special interest in minimally-invasive surgery, endoscopic management of stone disease and incontinence care.

Dr. Edward Myer earned his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and his master’s degree from Boston College. He then went on to complete coursework towards a PhD at the Catholic University of America before earning his medical degree from the New Jersey Medical School. He completed his residency in both general surgery and urology at the University of Connecticut Heath Consortium where he was named chief resident during his final year. In addition to his clinical skills, Dr. Myer has conducted research on various urological topics including robotic-assisted laparoscopic bladder diverticulectiom techniques for partial nephrectomies, dysfunctional voiding and renal cancer surgery.

Dr. Richard Frink earned his bachelor of science degree, with distinction, from Cornell University and his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he graduated cum lade. He completed his residency in both general surgery and urology at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California. Dr. Frink is certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners and by the American Board of Urology and is a member of many professional organizations including the American Urological Association and the American College of Surgeons. He also belongs to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society and the Society of Government Service Urologists. His notable past appointments at the Naval Medical Center in California include being Chairman and Director of Urology, The Director of the Division of Pediatric Urology, and as a Urology Department Quality Assurance Officer. Dr. Frink’s area of special interest are radioactive seed implants and pediatric urology. He currently serves as the chairman of the section of urology at Middlesex Hospital.

Dr. Dana Kivlin attended medical school at the University of New England where she graduated in the top 10% of her class. She completed her residency in Urology at Einstein Medical Center with specialized training in urologic oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia and in female pelvic reconstructive surgery at Medical University of South Carolina. During her last year, she served as chief resident and was distinguished with an award for excellence in robotic surgery. Dr. Kivlin went on to complete a fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and Tower Urology in Los Angeles where she trained with some of the pioneers and leaders in the field of female urology, voiding dysfunction, and robotic surgery. She brings with her a passion for female pelvic health and a desire to bring state-of-the-art treatments for her patients. Her interests include surgical repair of pelvic organ prolapse, sling procedures for female urinary incontinence, artificial urinary sphincter placement for male urinary incontinence, robotic repair of vesico-vaginal fistula, urethral diverticulectomy, urinary tract infections, urodynamic testing, overactive bladder, urinary retention, and labiaplasty.

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In an effort to provide the highest level of patient safety and diagnostic accuracy, Middlesex Urology is now proud to offer the know error system for prostate biopsies. This unique system uses bar coding, forensic principles and DNA matching to ensure that when your test results arrive, the results belong to you.

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Cystoscopy, or cystourethroscopy, is a procedure that enables your urologist to view the inside of the bladder and urethra in great detail. It is used to evaluate signs and symptoms such as blood in the urine, lower urinary tract symptoms, recurrent urinary tract infections, and it can help diagnose diseases such as urethral stricures, outpouchings, or masses, prostate enlargement, bladder outpouchings, stones, lesions, or tumors.

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There are many reasons why a person can have blood in their urine. This condition, known as hematuria, can be an indication of a serious problem or conversely, have no negative connotation. What should you do if you find out that there`s blood in your urine? Read the following to learn more.

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Throughout a man`s life, the prostate may grow and start to cause problems as a man gets older. For many years, surgery was the only relief for this very common problem. Today, medications are the most common method for controlling urinating symptoms of BPH. What are the causes of these symptoms and what are some of the new treatments? The following should help answer that question as well as others.

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Kidney stones are among the most painful and prevalent of urologic disorders. More than a million kidney stone cases are diagnosed each year, with an estimated 10 percent of Americans destined to suffer at some point in their lives.

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