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Chuck G. Pruna, D.O.

Chuck Pruna joined The Urology Group in December of 2012. Dr. Pruna was born in Manila, Philippines, and grew up in New Jersey. He attended The College of New Jersey, and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1999, with a B.S. in Biology and minor in Chemistry. He was then accepted to The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine, with a full scholarship from the Air Force Health Profession Scholarship Program. He graduated from medical school in 2003. Dr. Pruna’s surgical internship and urology residency was performed at UMDNJ – SOM, where he was the Chief Intern and Chief Resident. Once Dr. Pruna finished his residency in 2009, he became an active duty Air Force officer.

Dr. Pruna was formally stationed in Andrews Air Force Base, and worked as the Chief of Urology at Malcolm Grow Medical Center. He was also staffed at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, and did some work at the now closed Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Dewitt Community Hospital. During his service in the military, Dr. Pruna received numerous commendations for his patient care, including the Ace Award for Excellence in Patient Care. He is very proud of his service as a urologist for active duty personnel, veterans, and their families.

Dr. Pruna is Board Certified by the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons/Urology. He performs a variety of general urological procedures, but he has interest in both medical and surgical management of kidney stone diseases. He performs advance ureteroscopy and percutaneous nephrostomy. He also has interests in treating both male and female incontinence, interstitial cystitis, erectile dysfunction, prostate problems, male infertility, and various urological malignancies.

He currently resides in Arlington, VA. Dr. Pruna enjoys traveling, dining out, working out, outdoor activities, and spending time with his nieces and nephews, who reside in New Jersey.

I had issues with (very large and numerous) kidney stones that had me in the Emergency Room more times in a five-year period than I can even remember. After 10+ procedures and still no answers or resolutions, I finally had hope after my first appointment with Dr. Pruna. He was determined to find out the source of my kidney stones and Do whatever was necessary to prevent future ones. I'm still a patient of Dr. Pruna and my condition has improved under his care. I can't thank him enough.”
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