Dr. Boncher's expertise is in men's health where he is a leader in minimally-invasive prostate treatments. He focuses on male voiding dysfunction, hypogonadism, BPH (prostate enlargement), erectile dysfunction and urethral stricture disease. He is one of only two Centers of Excellence in the Pacific Northwest for the Urolift (TM) procedure, to treat BPH or enlarged prostate, and can perform this in-clinic. In addition, he manages elevated PSA levels and cancers of the prostate, bladder or kidneys, and the surgical management of kidney stones for both men and women. Dr. Boncher is certified in minimally-invasive/robotic surgery and endoscopy, in addition to traditional open surgery.
Dr. Boncher received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Michigan. He completed his urology residency at Case Western, in Cleveland, Ohio. He then completed his fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in male reconstruction and prosthetics. Dr. Boncher was appointed Director of Reconstructive Urology at the University of New Mexico as an assistant professor, as well as jointly directing all reconstructive urology at the Veteran's Affairs hospital in Albuquerque before moving to Portland.
In his spare time, he likes to spend time with his wife and two boys, skiing and playing futsal soccer.