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Nicholas Stroumbakis, MD

Urology
Patient type treated
Child, Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From patients or physicians
Board Certified in
Urology

Biography

Nicholas Stroumbakis, MD, is a urologist with a special interest in cancer, from prevention of diseases to treating complicated cancer patients. Patients with cancer in the prostate, bladder, kidney, and other areas are offered up-to-date treatment options from observation to aggressive treatments with emphasis on evidence-based recommendations.

Dr. Stroumbakis also treats patients with enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, overactive bladder, incontinence, and other general urologic conditions in both men and women. Acknowledging that discussing urology problems might be awkward for some patients, Dr. Stroumbakis says he makes a point to put patients at ease.

“You don’t ever want to underestimate how serious the issue is, but I do try to make them comfortable,” he says. “I enjoy building strong relationships with my patients. Often, I see patients with recurrent issues that can’t be cured, but they can be managed well. The majority of my patients have conditions that can be treated and cared with satisfying results.”

Titles

  • Assistant Clinical Professor Urology

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Memorial Sloan Kettering (1996)
  • Urology Resident
    New York Medical College (1994)
  • Intern
    New York Medical College (1990)

Additional Information

Biography

Nicholas Stroumbakis, MD, is a urologist with a special interest in cancer, from prevention of diseases to treating complicated cancer patients. Patients with cancer in the prostate, bladder, kidney, and other areas are offered up-to-date treatment options from observation to aggressive treatments with emphasis on evidence-based recommendations.

Dr. Stroumbakis also treats patients with enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, overactive bladder, incontinence, and other general urologic conditions in both men and women. Acknowledging that discussing urology problems might be awkward for some patients, Dr. Stroumbakis says he makes a point to put patients at ease.

“You don’t ever want to underestimate how serious the issue is, but I do try to make them comfortable,” he says. “I enjoy building strong relationships with my patients. Often, I see patients with recurrent issues that can’t be cured, but they can be managed well. The majority of my patients have conditions that can be treated and cared with satisfying results.”

Titles

  • Assistant Clinical Professor Urology

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Memorial Sloan Kettering (1996)
  • Urology Resident
    New York Medical College (1994)
  • Intern
    New York Medical College (1990)

Additional Information