Urology is a surgical speciality which deals with problems of the kidneys and urinary tract-related complications. The Department of Urology at SPARSH Super-speciality Hospital, Bangalore, provides comprehensive care for a wide range of urological diseases. The department has modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. Our experienced consultant urologists are available to provide the best of the services to our patients and offer minimally invasive surgeries for various urological disorders including kidney stone disease, prostate enlargement and urological cancers amongst others.

An Innovative Approach to Treatment

Lesser Post-operative Pain and Faster Recovery

Lesser Post-operative Pain and Faster Recovery

Keyhole Surgeries

Keyhole Surgeries

Laser Surgeries

Laser Surgeries

Minimally Invasive Surgical Services (to all urological problems under one roof)

Minimally Invasive Surgical Services (to all urological problems under one roof)

We Specialise in the Treatment of

Endoscopic and Laser Treatment

for kidney stones and prostate problems

Laparoscopic Surgery for Various Urological Problems

Kidney transplant

Live-related and Cadaveric

Uro-oncology services

Andrology and Male Infertility Services

Female Urology

Paediatric Urology

Urology Experts


Dr. A Nagaraja Rao

Consultant in Urology & Andrology


Dr. Avinash T S

Consultant Urologist and Renal Transplant Surgeon


Dr. Shashank Malagi Shashidhar

Consultant in Urology


Dr. Tejus Chiranjeevi

Consultant Urologist, Uro Oncologist and Robotic Surgeon


Dr. Uday Bhaskar M

Consultant Urologist, Urological Surgeon

Urology FAQs

Kidney stones are formed whenever there is an increase in the concentration of salt and minerals like oxalate, uric acid, etc. in the urine. These minerals form crystals and further grow to form stones. 

Drinking adequate amounts of liquids to produce about 1.5 to 2 litres of urine, consuming a low-salt diet and reducing intake of food rich in oxalate and uric acid can help.

Laparoscopic surgery is also known as keyhole surgery, wherein small holes are made in the abdomen’s cavity to carry out surgeries of the kidneys, ureter, bladder and prostate.

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