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  Urological Clinic of Valdosta, P.C. has been providing patients with the most comprehensive urological health care in Valdosta and the surrounding counties since 1989. Our team of providers is dedicated to providing service for the full spectrum of urologic conditions to patients of any age, male and female.

Located in a state-of-the-art office building with procedure suites, UCV is equipped to provide its services in a professional yet comfortable and confidential environment.

  Mike S. Chiang, M.D. is board-certified by the American Board of Urology and maintains an ongoing commitment to incorporating new technologies and treatment options in his delivery of urologic healthcare while maintaining personal relationships with his patients. Dewayne Blanton, PA-C and Brad Ridge, PA-C combine years of experience and training specific to urological conditions.

  Our clinic is staffed by highly-qualified and experienced personnel who are committed to quality patient care and offering personal assistance to your specific needs. They offer a caring spirit, which is the basis of good medical care.

  Please contact us with questions or to schedule an appointment. Thank you for choosing Urological Clinic of Valdosta, P.C.

Office:

Address:
3294 N. Oak St Extension
Valdosta, Ga 31605

Business Hours:
Monday-Thursday
8 am-5:30 pm
Friday
8 am-12 pm, 1pm-3 pm

Latest News

Drinking Iced Tea Raises Kidney Stone Risk: Study
Kidney stones affect about 10 percent of the U.S. population, researchers say
 
TUESDAY, Aug. 7 (HealthDay News) -- People who drink iced tea may be putting themselves at greater risk for developing painful kidney stones, a new study indicates.

Researchers from Loyola University Medical Center explained that the popular summertime drink contains high levels of oxalate, a chemical that leads to the formation of small crystals made of minerals and salt found in urine. Although these crystals are usually harmless, the researchers cautioned they can grow large enough to become lodged in the small tubes that drain urine from the kidney to the bladder.

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