The Milton and Carroll Petrie Department of Urology at Mount Sinai is transforming prostate cancer treatment and expanding our knowledge about the causes of and cures for the disease.
Our robotic prostate surgery program is led by Ashutosh (Ash) K. Tewari, MBBS, MCh, Chairman of the Department of Urology and one of the world's foremost researchers and surgeons in the field of prostate cancer.
Dr. Ash Tewari is New York City based internationally acclaimed board-certified urologist, researcher and innovator in the field of robotic prostate cancer surgery. He has performed over 5,500 cases. The Advanced Robotic Technique (ARTTM) of prostatectomy, standardized by Dr. Tewari, utilizes an anatomic approach to surgery and does not involve the use of any thermal (heat) energy that could damage important nerves that control urinary and sexual functioning.learn more
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Patients travel from around the world to The Mount Sinai Hospital for robotic treatment of prostate cancer. Our doctors are amongst the most experienced in offering robotic prostatectomy and have published extensively on surgical cancer outcomes and quality of life outcomes. Our doctors have performed more than 6,500 robotic prostate surgeries.learn more