NYU Langone Urology Associates - Long Island

Felix Cheung, MD

Dr. Cheung, Assistant Professor of Urology NYU Long Island School of Medicine, is a urologic surgeon with fellowship training in genitourinary reconstruction and voiding dysfunction.  He has recently joined NYU Langone Urology, where he sees all urologic conditions, but has particular interest in male and female incontinence, urethral stricture disease, erectile dysfunction, and urinary complications after pelvic cancer treatment.  Dr. Cheung’s goal is to provide compassionate and personal care to all his patients, whether it is routine issues or complex urological problems requiring multi-disciplinary approaches.

Dr. Cheung obtained his Doctorate of Medicine from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and completed his residency training in Urology at Stony Brook University Hospital.  Subsequently, he underwent fellowship training in Pelvic Reconstruction and Voiding Dysfunction at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Dr. Cheung specializes in procedures including; surgery for enlarged prostate (BPH), greenlight laser vaporization, artificial urinary sphincter, penile prosthesis for erectile dysfunction, urethral stricture repair, laparoscopic and robotics surgery, varicocele surgery, cystocele/rectocele repair, sacrocolpopexy, sacral neuromodulation (InterStim®) and Botox® injection for overactive bladder/urge incontinence, stress urinary incontinence, fistula repair, procedures for kidney stones, Peyronie’s disease, bladder tumors, kidney tumors, blood in urine (hematuria), and urinary diversion.  

In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Cheung plays an active role in academic medicine with interests in both medical education and clinical research.  Dr. Cheung has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and reviews on contemporary urologic practice.  While born in Hong Kong, Dr. Cheung has spent most of his life in the New York City / Long Island area and attended Division Avenue High School in Levittown.

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