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In addition to urinary incontinence, recurrent bladder infections and elevated PSA levels, Zvi Levran, MD, specializes in all aspects of urological care, including for women and children, as well as diagnosing cancer in the bladder, kidneys, testicles and prostate. With 22 years of experience in infant, pediatric, and adult treatment and surgeries, Dr. Levran is highly skilled in his treatments and surgeries. He also does mission work in Swaziland in Africa and is very involved in the Fergus Falls Hockey Association and teaching athletes power yoga.

Urological services include:


  • Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation.
  • Transvaginal sling placement for incontinence.
  • InterStim® Therapy for incontinence.
  • Interstitial cystitis treatment.
  • Kidney and bladder problems.


  • UroLift®  treatment for enlarged BPH
  • Transurethral needle ablation (TUNA).
  • InterStim therapy.
  • Vasectomy/reverse vasectomy.
  • Circumcision.
  • Erectile dysfunction treatment.
  • Low testosterone treatment.
  • Infertility treatment.
  • No-scalpel vasectomy.
  • Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation.


  • Reconstructive surgery of the meatus or canal.
  • Circumcisions.
  • Orchidopexy (for undescended testicles).
  • Urinary reflux treatment.
  • Plastic repair of congenital penile anomalies.
  • Enurisis (bed-wetting).

Dr. Levran also treats more common issues, such as:

  • Hyperplasia (enlarged prostate). NEW! Dr. Levran now offers UroLift®  treatment for enlarged BPH
  • Kidney stones.
  • Dysuria (painful urination).
  • Hematuria (blood in the urine).

Diagnostic studies conducted by Dr. Levran may include urodynamics studies, cystoscopies, ultrasound or various medication options.

Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation (PFMR) has recently returned to our suite of urological services. PFMR uses the principles of physical therapy to provide a structured program for muscle conditioning to improve the strength and function of the muscles which support the bladder, urethra and other organs contained within the pelvis in order to help people with bladder control problems. Ask your doctor for a referral or contact us for more information.

Urology Q&A

Q. Is there anything new in the treatment of kidney stones?

A. Most stones in either the kidney or the ureter (the tube that carries the urine from the kidney to the bladder) are now treated with a noninvasive shockwave technique, called lithotripsy. We have access to the most modern equipment for treating stones on an outpatient basis.

Q. What are the current screening guidelines for prostate cancer?

A. The American Cancer Society recommends that men talk with their physicians about screening between ages 40 and 45 for men with a family history of prostate cancer or age 50 for those with no family history of prostate cancer.

Q. Are there new developments for the treatment of urinary incontinence in women?

A. Yes. There are several new products and procedures available for treating incontinence, including the new tension-free vaginal tape. Contact our office at 218.736.5905 for more details.

Q. When should I see a doctor for incontinence?

A. Generally, it's a good idea to call your doctor or schedule an appointment if you have a sudden onset of incontinence or if you're having enough accidents that either you need to wear a pad for urine absorption or incontinence is interfering with your lifestyle.