By Urologist Doug Grier, M.D. of Sound Urological Associates To find out more about Urolift and if you are a candidate, please contact Sound Urological Assocites (425) 775-7166. Benign ( non-cancerous) Prostate Enlargement (BPH) is a … [Continue Reading]
Sound Urological Associates is conveniently located approximately one block South of Swedish Edmonds Hospital on the West side of 76th Ave. West. From I-5 North or South take the 220th Street Exit (Exit #179) and head West for approximately 1 … [Continue Reading]
John D. Maldazys, MD
PERSONAL STATEMENT "I strive to provide a comfortable, relaxed environment where patients are put at ease, and personal dignity is maintained. I always offer thorough education regarding your … [Read More About Dr. Maldazys]
Marco A. Salazar, MD, PhD
PERSONAL STATEMENT "Good health is one key to happiness. My goal is to provide you with the tools necessary to maximize your health, through education, and when necessary, treatment. I strive to make … [Read More About Dr. Salazar]
Douglas H. Grier, MD
PERSONAL STATEMENT "I pride myself on my ability to take the time to listen, evaluate, and treat all my patients as individuals. Your medical history, physical exam, and diagnostic tests are … [Read More About Dr. Grier]
At Sound Urological Associates we treat a wide variety of urinary and reproductive issues that are specific to men and that can have a major impact on life. Our focus is on education, prevention, and … [Read More]
The female body is incredibly resilient, but childbirth, menopause, and pelvic surgery can cause damage. Half of all women over the age of 50 have symptoms of urinary incontinence or pelvic organ … [Read More]
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