Gain procedural confidence through our robust training opportunities, including online, didactic, hands-on, and peer-to-peer programs. Easily integrate the UroLift™ System into your practice utilizing the many tools and resources we offer.

UroLift System Proficiency Pathway

The UroLift™ System Proficiency Pathway was developed with clinicians to accelerate learning and support optimal patient outcomes.

Online Education

  • Physician: Device overview
  • Staff: Device overview
  • Staff: Reimbursement webinar

In-Person Training

  • Patient screening and selection
  • Didactic and hands-on device training
  • Procedure video review
  • Procedural best practices

Procedural Proficiency

  • Schedule multiple case days with specific learning objectives
  • Advanced training opportunities and procedural support

Customizable Peer-to-Peer Programs

Based on your needs, a variety of options are available to enhance your learning, promoting a seamless integration of the UroLift™ System into your practice.


Visit a Faculty member’s practice to observe procedural  technique, patient education consults and office processes


Faculty member visits your office to provide guidance on  procedural steps, advanced techniques, and site-of-service best practices

BPH Summit

Event sponsored by Teleflex Interventional Urology. Topics typically include using UroLift™ System in anatomical variation, clinical data reviews, best practice panels, and troubleshooting

Speaking Engagement With Faculty

Opportunity to discuss procedural, clinical and patient education challenges

Teleconsult With Faculty

One-on-one discussion on a specific topic

Full Practice Integration

Successful practices recognize that everyone from the receptionist to the medical assistant can play a vital role in the patient experience. Educate staff on the importance of integrating IPSS questionnaires into the practice to help patients understand their baseline, disease progression, and intervention impacts.
  • What – integrate IPSS into the practice for all male patients age 45+
  • Why – identify patients with BPH, understand the severity of their symptoms and measure their progress
  • How – develop a plan to successfully implement IPSS and follow up on results
  • Educate – inform patients so they understand their bladder health better and can effectively engage in shared decision making


Patient Education

It’s important to help patients learn about their bladder health and BPH symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options, including the UroLift™ System procedure, so they can effectively engage in shared decision making. Cystoscopy is now recommended by the AUA Guidelines,1 yet a 2020 survey revealed the following2:


of men surveyed had never heard of a cystoscopy2


were willing to undergo it after reading the description below2

“If your doctor could perform a brief diagnostic prostate examination in their office to determine the cause of your symptoms and best treatment options and it was covered by your insurance, how willing would you be to undergo that examination?"

Additionally, in a recent study, participants preferred a direct-to-cystoscopy approach in their clinical pathway, rather than having a consultation appointment before cystoscopy.3

Potential benefits of cystoscopy include improved patient selection, ability to assess patients' procedure tolerability, and enabling patients to see their anatomy to effectively engage in shared decision making.