Urologists at Mayo Clinic provide expert care for male and female patients of all ages who suffer from problems of the urinary tract. These practicing experts, who perform hundreds of minimally invasive operations each year for a variety of urologic problems, have designed continuing medical education offerings addressing the latest in treatment. The faculty includes leaders in clinical research, who offer the most advanced treatments available.
Courses offer didactic lectures, live surgery video transmissions of advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgery, surgical case presentations and panel discussions.
Our current curriculum addresses the latest in treatment for urogynecology and female pelvic floor disorders and is designed for gynecologic and urologic surgeons, allied health staff, and medical practitioners with an interest in the current treatments for pelvic floor dysfunction, surgical management of urinary and fecal incontinence, overactive bladder, and repair of pelvic organ prolapse.