Dr. Pravin Govardhane - Best Urologist

Dr. Pravin Govardhane is highly experienced, skilled and award-winning Urologist having more than 16 years of remarkable experience. He is the Best Urologist in Nashikworking as consultant Urologist and Transplant Surgeon at Apollo hospital, Nashik since 8 years. He consultant at Yashojyot Fetal Medicine & Urology Center at college road (from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Monday to Saturday) . He is an expert in managing stone disease as well as prostate disease through minimally invasive urology (Mini PCNL, RIRS, Bipolar TURP, Laser prostatectomy) and has gathered vast experience in this field. Also, he has great experience of managing complicated urology and general surgical cases at Raipur which is only government tertiary referral centre in Chhattisgarh. After post-graduation, he has worked as Senior Resident doctor at prestigious Goa Medical College, which is the oldest medical college in Asia. He was part of the team for the first renal transplantation in Goa Medical College.

Educational Experience:

1997: SSC, Janata Vidyalaya, Igatpuri, Nashik

1999: HSC, KTHM College, Nashik

1999-2003: MBBS, Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane, Maharashtra

2007-2010: MS (General Surgery) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medical College, Raipur

2012-2015: DNB Superspeciality (Genitourinary surgery/ Urology) Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad

Work Experience:

SEPT 2010 – NOV 2011: Senior Resident in Urology department at Goa Medical College, Bambolim, Goa, India

2012 – 2015: Senior Resident Doctor at Apollo Health City, Hyderabad, India

JUNE 2015 – JULY 2016: Junior Consultant/ Urologist at Hyderabad Kidney and Laparoscopic Center, Hyderabad, India


  • Urological Society of India (USI)
  • Indian Medical Association (IMA)
  • Nashik Urological Society (NUS)
  • Nashik Surgical Society (NSS)
  • International Society of Reconstructive Urology (ISORU)

Publications in National & International Journals:

  • Penile Fractures – Tertiary Referral Center Experience and a Review of the Literature” in Uro Today International Journal, Volume 5 – August 2012
  • Giant Liposarcoma of the spermatic cord- a rare entity” in Apollo Medicine, March 2013, Vol 10, Issue 1
  • Melanotic Schwannoma of the adrenal gland – a rare entity” in Apollo Medicine, March 2013, Vol 10, Issue 1

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Commonly Asked Questions About Urologist

Urologist is physician which focuses on diagnosing and treatment of disorders of urinary tract. He also focus on treatment of disorders of male reproductive system.

Most common causes of urinary system problems are – ageing, sickness or any type of injury in urinary system. With increasing age, there are certain changes that occur in kidney structure and therefore it looses its ability to remove waste products from blood. It may lead to urinary disorders. Sometimes muscles of bladder and urethra are not tighten enough to empty bladder completely. Reduced strength of sphincter and pelvis muscles may lead to incontinence.

Urologists are best trained to treat any condition involving the urinary tract and the male reproductive system. Other healthcare professionals may be involved in your care-a urologist may work with an oncologist to treat prostate cancer, or with a gynecologist to treat pelvic pain in women. You should consult with a urologist if you observe blood in the urine, pain during urination, unable to urinate or burning with urination. 

Urologist perform ultrasound imaging test to examine the kidneys, the bladder, the prostate and the testicles. It helps the urologist diagnose many conditions such as tumours, cysts, stones, kidney enlargement and abnormal movement of the bladder and urethra.

There are many reasons for a women to visit a urologist. Some women have problem in bladder, urinary tract and pelvic organ prolapse. Urogynecologist can help them better way. Common female urology problem treated by urologist include urinary tract infections, bladder control problems, fallen bladder, and painful bladder syndrome.

Urologist perform following procedure for treatment

  • Cystoscopy: Cystoscopy uses a cystoscope to look inside the urethra and bladder.
  • Ureteroscopy: Ureteroscopy uses a ureteroscope to look inside the ureters and kidneys.
  • Kidneys.
  • Ureters.
  • Bladder.
  • Cystoscopy.
  • Ureteroscopy.