Dr. Neil H. Grafstein is a urologist treating patients in New York City and the surrounding communities. His goal as a practitioner is to ensure that each of his patients receives the highest available quality of urological care. Dr. Grafstein holds certification from the American Board of Urology.
In order to pursue his medical degree, Dr. Grafstein attended the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. He remained at the center to continue his medical education, completing an general surgery internship program and receiving residency training in urology. Dr. Grafstein has also completed a fellowship program in reconstructive urology at the Duke University Hospital.
Patients visiting Dr. Grafstein can receive a full range of medical services. He provides general urological consultations, as well as treatment for specific illnesses and issues.
Education & Training
Medical School - State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center
State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Internship in General Surgery
State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Residency in Urology
Duke University Hospital, Fellowship in Reconstructive Urology
American Board of Urology
Awards and Publications
Al-Agha OM, Khader SN, Cajigas A, Blank W, Grafstein N, Seymour AW. Fine needle aspiration of urethral recurrence of urothelial carcinoma after radical cystectomy presenting as a perineal mass: a case report. Acta cytologica; 52(1).
Combs AJ, Grafstein N, Horowitz M, Glassberg KI. Primary bladder neck dysfunction in children and adolescents I: pelvic floor electromyography lag time--a new noninvasive method to screen for and monitor therapeutic response. The Journal of urology 2005 Jan; 173(1).
Grafstein NH, Combs AJ, Glassberg KI. Primary bladder neck dysfunction: an overlooked entity in children. Current urology reports 2005 Mar; 6(2).
Yoo PB, Klein SM, Grafstein NH, Horvath EE, Amundsen CL, Webster GD, Grill WM. Pudendal nerve stimulation evokes reflex bladder contractions in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. Neurourology and urodynamics 2007; 26(7).