Meet Dr. Marx | Urology
Robert D. Marx, M.D. is board-certified in urology, specializing in female and male urinary incontinence. From 1986 through 2000, he was a clinical professor of surgery and urology training residents at LSU Medical Center, Monroe. He has been in private practice since 1989 and began developing his sub-specialty of incontinence in 1998. He has traveled extensively working with the leaders of the field in order to keep up with the latest and most successful techniques in bladder incontinence.
Most of the procedures he performs are done transvaginally, so no abdominal incisions or puncture wounds are necessary, which allows for a shorter recovery time and less post-op pain.
Many women suffer from bladder leakage, often due to childbirth. Dr. Marx aims to restore your anatomy to its original position and function, yielding highest rates of success when done properly.
Our staff is knowledgeable and has worked for Dr. Marx for the majority of his time in private practice, ensuring good continuity of care.
- Glenwood Regional Medical Center
- Monroe Surgical Hospital
- P&S Surgical Hospital
We understand that this is a sensitive time for you.
Dr. Marx has decades of experience providing careful, appropriate treatment to put you at ease. Our office’s goal is to make you feel comfortable, so you can openly address your problems and let us help you fix it. Conveniently located in the Glenwood Medical Mall, we are happy to be accepting new patients.
meet the staff
Carolyn has been married to Dr. Marx for 35 years and has worked with him for 30 years. She loves football, cooking, and entertaining.
Lydia has worked for Dr. Marx for 24 years. She is an avid hunter and outdoorswoman. She is absolutely the nicest person you will ever meet.
Candace has worked for Dr. Marx for 15 years. She has been doing urodynamics for the past 4 years. She is a huge Broncos and Colts fan and her son plays for West Monroe.
Wanda has worked with Dr. Marx at LSU Monroe for years and joined him in private practice in 2015. When she isn’t working, she is watching her grandchildren play ball or cooking up one of her specialties.
Angela joined the team in 2015 shortly after her mother-in-law Wanda. When she isn’t working, socializing or having fun, she is driving her kids to the ballpark so that Wanda can watch.