Our practice was founded in 1972 by Drs. Marshall Bagley and Gil Montero and has continued at the same location adjacent to Prince William Hospital in Manassas, Virginia.  In 1978, Dr. James Sehn joined the practice and, after Dr. Gil’s retirement in 2005, Dr. Ali Sajadi became a partner. Dr. Chung has been a valued member of the Prince William medical staff since 2004 and joined our practice in October 2007. We have been committed over the years to providing the highest level of service and urological care to our community both in the office and hospital settings.

We offer a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for adults and most common pediatric problems.  Our physicians are board certified by the American Board of Urology and have been active members of the Prince William Hospital staff.  We have participated in prostate screening programs in the community and offer PSA screening and transrectal ultrasound and biopsy in our office as a part of male health maintenance.

Treatment of prostate cancer might include nerve sparing radical prostatectomy, cryotherapy or a form of radiation therapy including seed implantation, all of which our doctors are trained to offer.  The evaluation of erectile dysfunction including Doppler ultrasound and medical therapy is available.  Complete evaluation of the overactive and incontinent bladder including urodynamic studies and flexible cystoscopy is performed in the office.  Kegel exercise training and stress incontinence surgery is offered.

Care of active stones might include lithotripsy or laser at the hospital if a trial of passage is not successful.  We have an interest in male infertility and offer both office vasectomy and vasectomy reversal surgery. We participate in the hospital oncology service and actively treat prostate, bladder and renal malignancies.  Dr. Sajadi and Dr. Chung have special expertise in the laparoscopic approach to managing these complex cases.  Our in office lab is able to promptly diagnose urinary tract infections and initiate treatment.

We believe patients should be seen as soon as possible and work in emergencies as needed during the office day.  Every attempt is made to accommodate and file patient’s insurance as needed but we do ask that copays be remitted at the time of service.