Urologic Care in an Inviting Environment at the Forefront of Technology.
The approach of Dr. Carlos Marois urologist is personalized. He gives you all the relevant information after a profile assessment to inform you about all the available possibilities of investigations and treatments. The offices offer a full range of urinary and sexual treatments for men and women. The clinic is on the cutting edge of technology when it comes for new treatments based on evidence.
Your Health in the Hands of a Multidisciplinary Professional Team.
Whatever the reasons that lead you to our services, if necessary, the physiotherapist and sexologist services specializing in perineal rehabilitation are offered in addition to our offices.
With a courteous and professional staff of secretary, nurses that prioritizes your well-being and who cares to alleviate your concerns, Urologist Dr. Carlos Marois has two locations to serve you - one in southwest of Montreal, Verdun, the other on the South Shore of Montreal, Greenfield Park, on the Taschereau boulevard in front of the Charles Lemoyne hospital.
This urology generalist completed his medical studies at Université de Montréal and his urology specialization at Université Laval. He obtained his Urology Certification from the Royal College in 1998.
His practical experience for 17 years in two hospitals – Verdun General Hospital and Charles LeMoyne Hospital – allowed him to acquire a variety of skills. Among others, he has a specific interest in incontinence, urolithiasis and prostate and bladder cancer. Today, Dr. Marois collaborates exclusively with Verdun General Hospital, in order to offer better service at his office.
Since 1999, Dr. Marois has pioneered the urethropexy procedure using synthetic slings. He also became accomplished in urological endoscopy procedures, such as flexible and rigid
ureteroscopy, laser transurethral resection of the prostate, standard monopolar resection, as well as the development of bipolar resection, and microsurgical vasovasostomy.
With 14 years of experience at a hospital and private group practice, Dr. Marois opened a new office, where he offers affordable treatments, including vasovasostomy under local anesthesia and spermatic cord block.
Since 1998 he has been Chief of Urology at Verdun Hospital. He also offers his services in private practice on the South Shore of Montreal, in Greenfield Park.