Joshua Bodie, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Urology

Joshua Bodie

Contact Info

bodieja@umn.edu

Administrative Assistant Name
Resha Tejpaul

Administrative Phone
612-625-7486

Administrative Fax Number
612-625-8356

Additional Locations

Practices:

  • Institute for Prostate and Urologic Cancers

Assistant Professor, Department of Urology


Urologic Surgeon


University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (Urology)

Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI (Male Infertility, Erectile Dysfunction)

Summary

I treat patients as I would expect to be treated. I enjoy explaining conditions and educating the patients and couples I see. Taking time for education makes for more satisfied patients who also have more successful outcomes. I believe strongly that treatment decisions should be guided by discussion between the physician and patient, and any interventions backed by current scientific evidence. Although physicians can make treatment recommendations, patients must be closely involved in the decision-making process. Because insurance plans cover fertility treatment variably, I am mindful of the financial burden infertility can place on a couple. My goal is to help couples conceive in the most natural, cost-effective manner, always keeping in mind their wishes. I am honest, forthright, caring, and advocate for my patients.

Research

Publications

  1. Uloko M, Bearrick E, Bodie J. “Obstructive Azoospermia in a Male with Klippel-Feil Anomaly” Urology Case Reports. Urol Case Rep. 2017 Apr 25;13:51-52
  2. Dahm P, Jung JH, Bodie J. Moving from Consensus- to Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines for Peyronie's Disease. J Sex Med. 2017;14(1):170-171.
  3. AndersonJK, Bodie JA, Narayan VM. “Robot-assisted reservoir capsulotomy and mobilization to treat auto-inflation of an inflatable penile prosthesis” VJPU 2016; 2: 070
  4. Tomasini, J., Bodie J. "The Use of Trans-scrotal Venography to Guide Treatment of a Persistent Grade 3 Varicocele after Failure of Previous Microsurgical Varicocelectomy and Embolization" Urology. 2013 Sep;82(3):e22-3.
  5. Sandlow, J., Bodie, J. Effect of body mass index on patency and pregnancy rates after microsurgical vasectomy reversal. Fertility and Sterility - FERT STERIL , vol. 96, no. 3, pp. S231-S231, 2011
  6. Sandlow, J., Bodie, J. Effect of sperm DNA fragmentation on the outcomes of varicocelectomy. FERT STERIL vol. 96, no. 3, pp. S232-S232, 2011
  7. Köhler TS, Kim J, Feia K, Bodie J, Johnson N, Makhlouf A, Monga M. Prevalence of androgen deficiency in men with erectile dysfunction. Urology. 2008 Apr;71(4):693-7. Epub 2008 Mar 3.
  8. Ercole B, Bodie J, Monga M: Is there a role for small ureteral access sheaths? Impact on irrigant flow and intrapelvic pressures. Journal of Endourology 16 (Suppl) PO8-1, 2002. Urology. 2004 Sep;64(3):439-41; discussion 441-2.
  9. Bodie, J., Monga, M.: Laboratory Evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction: An evidence-based approach. U of MN Dept. of Urology. J Urol. 2003 Jun;169(6):2262-4
  10. Bodie J, Anderson K, Monga M: Impact of ureteral access sheaths on active deflection of the flexible ureteroscope. Journal of Endourology 16 (Suppl) PO26-2, 2002
  11. Bodie J., Monga, M.: Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction (Review Paper) Int J Psychiatry Med. 2003;33(3):273-93.

Clinical

Board Certifications

Urology