Urology

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Urology at Freeman

When it comes to Urology, you want the best care available. At Freeman, we deliver that to patients across Missouri and bordering states. From kidney stones to urination issues, and prostate cancer to erectile dysfunction, our team of healthcare experts are ready to help you.

Our team specializes in: 

  • Sexual Health
  • Kidney Stones
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • Infertility & Reproductive Health

Additional Services

Men's Urological Health

Our team offers services in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)/Enlarged Prostate, Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Hydrocele, Hypogonadism/Low Testosterone, Peyronie's Disease.

Urology

Meet Our Team
James Frogge, MD
James Frogge, MD

417.347.3703

Meet Dr. Frogge
Ashley Southern-Devoe, MSN, FNP
Ashley Southern-Devoe, MSN, FNP

417.347.3703

Meet Ashley Southern-Devoe

More About Urology

See below for additional resources related to the field of Urology.

04/27/2016
Common Urologic Problems in Older Patients

Dr. Hadley Wyre's Grand Rounds Video Presentation

 

Grandpa with kids

Sep 01, 2020

Healthier Men, Happier Prostates

September is Prostate Health Month
September is Prostate Health Month, also known as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, a time
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Multi-generational Men

Aug 20, 2017

Real Men Care for their Health

Don't wait for a crisis to see your physician.
Ever try convincing your husband, dad, brother or boyfriend it’s time to visit his primary care physician? We know men are less likely than women to ask for directions and may be less likely to routinely visit their doctor. The age-old adage “men don’t go to the doctor” is alive and well, even in today’s modern age of life-prolonging medicine. It’s time to convince men that self-care is not only sexy, but smart! Many men value caring for their looks, but miss the biggest piece of the puzzle – what’s happening inside their bodies.
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Man

Jun 22, 2016

Real Men Practice Good Health

On average, men die five years earlier than women - here's why.
Men tend to take very good of their vehicles and boats, but put off taking care of themselves. To get healthy and stay healthy for a long time, men need to develop the habit of taking care of their medical needs. Working a demanding job during the week and playing hard on the weekends doesn’t mean a man is healthy or without health risks. Compared to women, men are more likely to put off getting regular checkups and medical care, especially men who smoke, drink excessively or make other unhealthy or risky life choices.
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Freeman Urology Associates

Joplin, MO

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