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In this FREE two-week challenge you’ll learn 12 things you can do to improve your urinary health and prevent getting those pesky recurrent UTI infections. 

The content is easy to consume as you are emailed and text one 3-minute video daily with the actionable change you can make to start to prevent UTI infections!

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Welcome To Peedoc

Why PeeDoc?

Hi I’m Dr. Roscoe S. Nelson, a.k.a. the PeeDoc. Yes it’s a funny name in a medical profession with serious conditions like cancer,stones, incontinence, infertility and erectile dysfunction.I feel that by keeping things light hearted I can connect to more people and by doing so, help more people.I love what I do because I love helping people. You can always expect honest, personal and outstanding treatment from me and my staff. Each patient is unique. Each patient is valuable. Each patient is more than just a name on a chart.

Urology Treatment Specialists

Men and women who are living with one or more urological issues may not be aware of the type of treatments available from specialists in this area of health. At the PeeDoc in Glendale, AZ, we offer state-of-the-art diagnoses and treatment for urinary tract issues in men and women, including men’s reproductive health. Our urology specialists, led by Dr. Roscoe S. Nelson, treat each patient with individualized and discreet personal care.

As experts in treating a wide array of urological disorders and diseases, you can count on us to maximize your comfort, while using all of our resources to provide the treatment solutions you need.

Comprehensive Urology Treatment and Care

Our urology specialists treat a wide array of conditions that effect the urinary tract system – including bladder-control problems, benign prostate conditions, blood in the urine, male infertility, sexual dysfunction, and urologic cancers, such as testicular and prostate cancer, recurrent UTIS, and more. We provide urology care in a compassionate and understanding manner while relying on effective high-tech diagnostic and treatment methods.

Urology Specialists

Our team of specialists in urology understand the various needs of our patients. Whether you are looking for an urologist for men or urologist for women, our team is dedicated to providing thorough care for your condition, delivering the solutions you need to find relief, restored function, or other forms of treatment as needed.

Contact the Best Urologist in Glendale, AZ

For more information about the urology services we offer at the PeeDoc, give us a call today at 602.942.5600 or send us a message through our contact form.

We can help you with

Men’s health is more than just about erectile dysfunction (ED). It includes the normal function of our hormones regulating our interests and desires, the return to normal ejaculatory habits, and normal voiding. Intimacy is a critical part of our human relationships. There is help for all these problems and the PeeDoc is the right place to start.

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. Estimates indicate that it is found in as many as half of all men over the age of 70 and in almost all men over the age of 90 in America. Since the discovery of the blood test for Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) in the 1980’s, prostate cancer can now be detected at a much earlier stage. While most men may eventually develope prostate cancer, most don’t need treatment.

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Stop!!! I understand most guys stopped reading instruction manuals when they hit puberty but you have two real important reasons to read the instructions for your vasectomy, namely righty and lefty. But if you still don’t want to read them at least 1) don’t take any blood thinners (aspirin, ibuprofen, alleve etc) for 1 week prior, 2) shave your scrotum prior to coming in and 3) show up at either 9 am or 2 pm so we can give you your prescriptions to relax (plan on getting to the office, seeing me, driving 1 block to pick up your medications [thank your congress person for this convenience] then returning for the procedure. You’ll be busy about 3 hours for a 15 min procedure). 4) If you’ve already had your consult, make sure to take all 4 pills about 45 minutes before your procedure. 5) Please buy and bring a jockstrap (not a cup). They conveniently have them at Dick’s Sporting Goods or on Amazon (make sure to get the right size).

Thanks, RSN

Women’s urologic health ranges from shared problems like kidney stones, kidney cancer and bladder cancer to urologic issues that are more common or unique to women like stress incontinence, recurrent UTIs, and complete loss of hormones (menopause). From hormone imbalance to stress incontinence we can help you.

Cancer unfortunately will effect most Americans, whether it is personal or a loved one whose life is changed. Cancer effects us not only physically but adds a huge emotional burden on us. Urologic cancers are very common, especially in men where they are the 1st (Prostate), 4th (Bladder) and 7th (Kidney) most common cancers. Testicular cancer is the most common solid cancer in men 18-40. Fortunately we have state of the art treatments and are very successful in treating and curing these urologic cancer.

What many describe as the most painful thing in their life. Not only do we treat stones with the most state of the art tools, we are experts in finding out why you’re having repeated episodes and preventing future stones.

Stone treatment ranges from small stones that need help in passing to large stones that need to be approached percutaneously (from the outside).

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One of the first questions I ask my patients is “do you have any problems peeing?” I’m surprised how often a person will say something to the effect, “No, I pee all the time” or “No, I pee every hour”. We combine all these symptoms into a common term called Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, or LUTS. So if you pee every hour, wake up several times at night to urinate, struggle to get it out, or can’t get to the bathroom in time then you have LUTS.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is a condition in which the prostate enlarges as men get older. Over 70% of men in their 60s have BPH symptoms so it is very common. While BPH is a benign condition and unrelated to prostate cancer, it can greatly affect a man’s quality of life.

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Aquablation therapy is a new type of surgical treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). At Arizona Urology Specialists we are proud to be among the first in Arizona and the first in Glendale to offer this advanced, minimally invasive treatment.

We are excited to offer Aquablation therapy at Arrowhead Hospital, because we believe in helping men suffering from BPH to get their life back and feel like themselves again.

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Prostate Specific Antigen, or PSA for short, is a protein that is produced by prostate cells. The PSA increases as men age, when the prostate enlarges or becomes inflamed and when prostate cancer is present. There are also transient bumps in PSA after digital rectal exam (DRE), ejaculation, and bike riding. PSA is prostate specific but not cancer specific. There are different ways in which to look at your PSA.

You came to this page because you have an issue with your prostate. What is the prostate? The prostate gland is essential for a man’s reproductive system to work. It makes a lot of the fluid that comes out when he ejaculates. The fluid the prostate makes, ultimately helps get a woman pregnant. Prostates come in all sizes. It starts small and starts growing at puberty as it is exposed to androgens (male hormones like testosterone, DHT etc).

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Menopausal symptoms can be mild or severe. They may barely be noticed or they can be life changing. The proper balance of hormones is important for energy, bone, urinary tract, sexual and heart health. More to Follow!

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Our bodies are extremely complex. There are many levels of regulation and when running correctly, we do not notice anything unusual. One of the regulatory mechanisms in our body is through our hormones. Hormones are messenger molecules in our body. They help control how our body functions

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Urology Defined

Urology is the medical and surgical specialty that deals with diseases of the male and female urinary tracts and the male reproductive organs. Although urology is classified as a surgical specialty, knowledge of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, and other specialties is required by the urologist because of the wide variety of clinical problems encountered.

Explore this site to learn more and be more informed. It is intended to give you more knowledge about urology and related conditions. It’s not, however, intended to diagnose or offer treatment solutions for you or a family member’s particular medical conditions or challenges. It’s your first step to feeling better and greater peace of mind.

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Meet The Physicians

Roscoe Nelson, MD

The Original PeeDoc

Dr. Roscoe Nelson is nationally recognized and ranked among the nation’s and Arizona’s top physicians. Dr. Nelson has won numerous awards including Top Doc, Compassionate Doctor Award – 5 year honoree, Top 10 Doctor (AZ Urologists), ThreeBest Rated Urologist in Phoenix and Glendale and several Patients’ Choice Awards.

Michelle Sedlacek, PA-C

General Urology, Female Urology

A lover of the great outdoors, I was fortunate to grow up in Flagstaff, AZ, where I thoroughly enjoyed the hiking, the skiing, and the small town vibe. As a child, I was also fortunate to have an extremely encouraging and helpful physician who inspired me to pursue a career in medicine.


How do I get in touch with you?

Like most businesses right now we are struggling to remain fully staffed. With Covid restrictions anyone who is not feeling well is not allowed to come into the office. This magnifies the problem with answering phone calls. Please
leave a message and it should be returned within 24 hours.

The best way to reach us is through our portal. If you have recently made your first appointment with us, you will receive an invite from FollowMyHealth shortly after your first visit. Existing patients may create a new account, then connect to Arizona Urology Specialists.

A general question email can be sent to [email protected]. My surgery scheduler’s email is [email protected] and her direct line is: 602-557-0008. My office manager’s email is [email protected].

As a backup, my personal email is [email protected]. Please use this as a last resort if you were unable to get a hold of my staff.

What insurances do we accept?

We take most insurances including Medicare. Please call for current list. This is subject to change. Please contact us with questions regarding our participation in any insurance plan.

How much does a vasectomy cost?

The cash price for vasectomy is $1,000 and does not include medications, jockstrap, pathology or lab costs. We only send the specimen for pathology at the patient’s request. Medications usually include Vicodin and valium, both generic. Make sure to print out your Vasectomy Instructions and bring it with you to the office for your appointment.

Do we accept cash paying patients?

Yes. Estimated cost for initial visit is $219.00 for new patient visit and $119.00 for an established visit. Prices are an estimate and final cost will be determined at your office visit.

What can I expect at my initial consultation?

Once an appointment is made you will receive a link from Phreesia, our on-line registration system. Please fill it out in advance. Arrive 15 minutes early to your appointment. If you are unable to fill out the registration before your appointment you should arrive 1 hour early and you will be provided an electronic tablet to complete the information. If you have x-rays or medical records, please bring them to your appointment. You will be escorted to your exam room by one of our medical assistants. Vital signs will be taken and then the doctor will see you.

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