Urology

Personal Interests

Dr. Stormont is married to his wife Emily, and he has two children, James and Isabelle. He enjoys spending his free time with them, hiking and doing outdoor activities. As a family, they support all Wisconsin sports teams as Dr. Stormont is a huge Packer, Badger, Brewer, and Bucks fan.

Medical Interests

Dr. Stormont’s special interests include urinary problems, issues related to prostate enlargement or BPH, erectile dysfunction or ED, kidney stones, low testosterone, and urologic cancers. Most of these issues can be addressed without surgical intervention. If treatment progresses to surgery, Dr. Stormont provides the most up-to-date, minimally invasive treatment options.

Urinary Issues

  • Blood in your urine
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Low Testosterone
  • Incontinence
  • Problems getting/keeping an erection
  • Frequent urination
  • Kidney Stones
  • Frequent UTIs
  • Prostate problems
  • Urinary retention
    •  InterStim Therapy treats urinary retention, (inability to completely empty the bladder) and the symptoms of overactive bladder, including urinary urge incontinence (leakage) and significant  symptoms of urgency – frequency. It should be used after you have tried other treatments such as medications and behavioral therapy and they have not worked, or you could not tolerate them.
    • Interstim is a type of device that sends mild electrical pulses through a small wire that is inserted near your tailbone.  This therapy targets the communication between the brain and the nerve that controls the bladder.
    • For more information on Interstim, visit www.everyday-freedom.com

Medical Philosophy

Urologic problems affect millions of people in the United States. Many patients do not seek medical treatment and feel this is a problem they must deal with alone. Dr. Stormont believes it is his responsibility to provide information and support to his patients. He works with patients and families to help them select a treatment that is right for their lifestyle. He encourages patients to seek care as the vast majority of these problems are treatable and can be addressed in a stepwise, non-invasive fashion that improves quality of life.

Contact:

Memorial Hospital Of Lafayette County
Specialty Clinic
800 Clay Street
Darlington, WI  53530
(608) 776-5748

Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County