I could not be happier with the care provided by Dr. Kaspar and his team of professionals.
I was directed to contact a Urologist after labs detected a high PSA and I was diagnosed with enlarged prostate. From my first consult to my most recent UROLIFT procedure, I could not be happier with his care.
My UROLIFT procedure was 8:30 Friday morning, June 18th. The procedure went well, per Dr. Kaspar. Post procedure, I was able to void, which was what they wanted to see prior to releasing me. He explained what to expect for the next week as things heal, prior to my wife and I returning home to Goldsboro.
As the day progressed, I began noticing I was having the pressure, but was not able to void. I took on liquids attempting to see if that was the problem, but was not getting the desired result. I became concerned around 3pm or so that there was an issue. The pressure ramped up to unbearable not long after that. Around 4:30 my wife returned home and we headed to the ER in Goldsboro where they put in a catheter per the UROLIFT brochure and post procedure instructions we were sent home with. I had instant relief of around 700ml. My wife was able to contact your on call (Felicia) to explain the situation and she told us we did the right thing and would need to be seen in office on Monday to remove the catheter and consult the doctor.
Patty and I showed up first thing Monday morning with no appointment to try and be seen by really anyone, understanding that Dr. Kaspar was fully booked for the day. I can not express enough gratitude to Dr Kaspar and his staff for working me into the day. After removal of the catheter Dr Kaspar came in and spoke to us that this occasionally happens. He ask us a few questions and suggested we stick around town for awhile to ensure I was able to void, which I was.
Patty and I are just so appreciative of the care and professionalism we encountered starting at the front door and going all of the way to Dr. Kaspar.
Thank You All
Tim & Patty Pfeiffer