Dr. Jim Clark

Dr. Jim Clark
A practicing urologist for over 25 years, Dr. Clark has maintained an up-to-date approach to urologic care. His areas of expertise include cancers of the genitourinary tract (bladder, kidney, prostate, etc), urinary stone disease (kidney, ureter, bladder), neuromodulation (implanting nerve stimulators for bladder dysfunction), and the newest laser techniques for prostate conditions. He is a member of the Boulder Community Hospital Tumor Board and stays active in outreach programs to keep the community informed on the latest methods of laparoscopic surgery (robotic surgery). In addition, Dr. Clark has proctored many doctors and enjoys educating patients and colleagues about urological care. Dr. Clark has also been active in clinical research trials with research interests that include UTIs, BPH, bladder disorders, urinary incontinence, urologic cancers, erectile dysfunction, male infertility, kidney stones, and prostate disorders.
Medical School:

University of Colorado

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