Advanced Urology Care in Perumbakkam, Chennai at NewGen Hospital

Welcome to NewGen Hospital in Perumbakkam, Chennai, your premier destination for exceptional urology care. Our dedicated team of experienced urologists is committed to providing comprehensive services to address a wide range of urological concerns. Whether you’re dealing with kidney stones, urinary tract infections, prostate issues, or other urological conditions, our specialists offer personalized treatment plans tailored to your individual needs. From routine check-ups to advanced surgical procedures, trust NewGen Hospital to provide compassionate and expert care for your urological health. Schedule your appointment today and experience the difference of top-notch urological care.

Our dedicated team of urologists at NewGen Hospital in Perumbakkam, Chennai understands the sensitive nature of urologic conditions and strives to provide compassionate care to our patients. We utilize the latest medical advancements and state-of-the-art technology to deliver accurate diagnoses and effective treatments. Whether you are seeking management for urinary incontinence, male infertility, bladder disorders, or any other urologic concern, we are here to address your needs with expertise and professionalism.

At NewGen Hospital, we believe in empowering our patients with knowledge and actively involving them in their treatment journey. Our urologists take the time to thoroughly explain diagnoses, discuss available treatment options, and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We believe in a collaborative approach, working closely with our patients to develop personalized treatment plans that prioritize their unique circumstances and goals. Trust NewGen Hospital’ urology department to provide comprehensive, patient-centered care and support throughout your urologic health journey. Your comfort, privacy, and well-being are our top priorities.

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Diseases / Treatments:

Acne, a common skin condition, results in the formation of spots and pimples primarily on the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms. It occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells, leading to inflammation. Various forms of acne include whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, cysts, and nodules. There are several treatment options available for acne, including the use of steroids, lasers and light therapy, as well as chemical peels. 


Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head (glans) of the penis. It is an ancient practice that has its origin in religious rites. Today, many parents have their sons circumcised for religious or other reasons. Circumcision is usually performed on the first or second day after birth. (Among the Jewish population, circumcision is done on the eighth day.) The procedure becomes more complicated and riskier in older babies, children, and men. 

Presence of stones in the kidney due to a decrease in urine volume or excess of stone-forming substances in the urine. This causes back pain, abdominal pain, burning sensation during urination, blood in urine and fever. Overview Kidney stones are hard objects, made up of millions of tiny crystals. Most kidney stones form on the interior surface of the kidney, where urine leaves the kidney tissue and enters the urinary collecting system. Kidney stones can be small, like a tiny pebble or grain of sand, but are often much larger. 


A hydrocele is a collection of fluid in the scrotum. A hydrocele is when fluid fills a male’s scrotum, causing it to swell. It is not a major health issue but it can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Hydroceles are more common in male infants than adults, and there are treatments to solve the problem. 


Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy is a procedure to break up stones inside the urinary tract, bile ducts or pancreatic duct with a series of shock waves generated by a machine called a lithotripterThe shock waves enter the body and are targeted using an X-ray. The goal of the procedure is to break the stones into smaller pieces that can pass through the body or become easier to extract. 


As the name suggests, RIRS – Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery, is a procedure involving the removal of kidney stones by entering the kidney from the ureter, in a reverse i.e., retrograde manner. It involves the use of a fiber-optic endoscope for visual directions and a Holmium laser to break down the stones into small fragments. RIRS is one of the most advanced, and effective kidney stone surgery ensuring the least complications. 


Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (per-kyoo-TAYN-eeuhs NEF-roe-lih-THOT-uh-me) is a procedure used to remove kidney stones from the body when they can’t pass on their own. “Percutaneous” means through the skin. The procedure creates a passageway from the skin on the   back to the kidney. A surgeon uses special instruments passed through a tiny tube in your back to locate and remove stones from the kidney. 


Ureteroscopic lithotripsy or URSL is a modern procedure to treat kidney stones that are immune to medications and other non-surgical methods. URSL provides a high stone passage rate with minimal complications. Ureteroscopy uses precision laser treatment for kidney stone removal stuck in the ureteral passage. The procedure is also effective for small to medium-sized stones (7-10mm), offering fast relief from pain and urinary retention. Get in touch with us to know more about URSL surgery in Coimbatore. 

Enlarged Prostate:

An enlarged prostate is a condition that commonly affects older people with a prostate. Symptoms include increased urinary frequency and urgency. People may also experience difficulty starting a urine stream. An enlarged prostate can cause symptoms that may bother you, such as blocking the flow of urine out of the bladder. It also can cause bladder, urinary tract or kidney problems. Many treatments can help BPH. These include medicines, surgery and other procedures. Your health care provider can help you choose. 

Frenuloplasty Surgery

Frenuloplasty refers to a urological procedure where surgical alteration of the frenulum, a small fold of tissue which is located on the underside of the penis, is made. Before frenuloplasty, your doctor is likely to ask you to stop smoking, as with any surgical procedure. This is because smoking increases the likelihood of complications and slows the healing process.


Balanitis is a treatable condition that most commonly happens in uncircumcised males. The main symptoms of balanitis include inflammation and pain on the head of your penis. Treatment often includes antifungal creams, antibiotics, regularly cleaning the area and, in some cases, circumcision. Balanitis looks like redness, discoloration (red, purple, gray or white) or discolored patches on the head of your penis. You may also have shiny, swollen areas of skin.  


Balanoposthitis is inflammation of the head of your penis and foreskin. Causes include poor hygiene, bacterial and fungal infections, allergies, STDs and STIs. Symptoms include pain, swelling and discoloration. Your healthcare provider can diagnose balanoposthitis and recommend treatment. Treatment includes proper hygiene and medications.


Paraphimosis is a condition that only affects uncircumcised males. It develops when the foreskin can no longer be pulled forward over the tip of the penis. This causes the foreskin to become swollen and stuck, which may slow or stop the flow of blood to the tip of the penis.

Foreskin Infection

Balanoposthitis is inflammation of the head of your penis and foreskin. Causes include poor hygiene, bacterial and fungal infections, allergies, STDs and STIs. Symptoms include pain, swelling and discoloration. Your healthcare provider can diagnose balanoposthitis and recommend treatment. Treatment includes proper hygiene and medications. 

Hernia Treatment

Hernia is a common problem. It causes a localized bulge in the abdomen or groin. It can often be harmless and pain-free, but at times it can bring discomfort and pain. In this article, we investigate what a hernia is, the common causes of hernia, and how they are treated. A hernia occurs when an organ pushes through an opening in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. For example, the intestines may break through a weakened area in the abdominal wall. 

Gallstones Treatment

The usual treatment for gallstones is surgery to remove the gallbladder. Doctors sometimes can use nonsurgical treatments to treat cholesterol stones, but pigment stones usually require surgery. Surgery to remove the gallbladder, called cholecystectomy, is one of the most common operations performed on adults in the United States. Your gallbladder is a small organ in your upper right abdomen, right below your liver. It’s a pouch that stores bile, a green-yellow liquid that helps digestion. Issues with your gallbladder typically occur when something is blocking its bile duct—like a gallstone. 


Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix, a finger-shaped pouch that projects from your colon on the lower right side of your abdomen. Appendicitis causes pain in your lower right abdomen. However, in most people, pain begins around the navel and then moves. As inflammation worsens, appendicitis pain typically increases and eventually becomes severe. Although anyone can develop appendicitis, most often it occurs in people between the ages of 10 and 30. Standard treatment is surgical removal of the appendix. 

Tight Foreskin

If you’re uncircumcised and your foreskin is too tight, you may have phimosis. While symptoms may be uncomfortable, you can treat phimosis with topical medications or it may go away with age. Usually, the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis can be pulled back from the head (glans) of the penis. But in rare cases, the foreskin may become too tight and be unable to be retracted. This condition is called phimosis.  

Umbilical Hernia Treatment

A hernia usually happens in your abdomen or groin, when one of your organs pushes through the muscle or tissue that contains it. It may look like an odd bulge that comes and goes during different activities or in different positions. It may or may not cause symptoms, such as discomfort or pain. Most hernias eventually will need surgical repair. 

Inguinal Hernia Treatment

The only treatment for an inguinal hernia is surgical repair of the abdominal wall. A doctor will decide whether surgery is necessary, depending on how severe the symptoms are. If there is no severe pain or other medical problem related to the hernia, the doctor may suggest a “watch and wait” approach


Prostatectomy is surgery to remove part or all of the prostate gland. The prostate gland is situated in the male pelvis, below the urinary bladder. It surrounds the urethra, which carries urine from the bladder to the penis. The procedure is used to treat a number of conditions affecting the prostate. It’s most commonly used as a treatment for prostate cancer. Prostatectomy can be performed in several ways, depending on the condition involved. Options include minimally invasive surgery performed with robotic assistance and traditional open surgery.

Frequently Asked Question

FAQ of Urology

What are some common urological conditions?

Common conditions include urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney stones, prostate issues, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and bladder cancer, among others.

When should I see a urologist?

You should consider seeing a urologist if you experience symptoms such as frequent urination, blood in the urine, pain or discomfort in the genital or urinary area, or if you have concerns about your sexual health.

What can I expect during a urology appointment?

A urologist will typically take your medical history, perform a physical examination, and may order diagnostic tests such as urine or blood tests, imaging (like ultrasound or CT scans), or urodynamic tests.

How can I prevent kidney stones?

Preventive measures for kidney stones include staying well-hydrated, maintaining a balanced diet, reducing sodium intake, and following your urologist’s recommendations based on your specific situation.