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Pediatric Urology Medical Professionals

Pediatric Urology Medical Professionals

The Urology Institute Division of Pediatric Urology uses a collaborative approach to patient care. It works with each family to identify the best path forward, starting with the least-invasive choices. The team focuses on developing and implementing a treatment plan customized to each child’s unique needs and can change as they progress through treatment and developmental phases.

Treatment options include the latest non-surgical and minimally invasive techniques, along with the most advanced diagnostic and surgical equipment when needed. Experts are part of UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital’s resources and collaborate with other pediatric specialists to care for patients.

The Division of Pediatric Urology is an expert in pediatric urology surgery, using the latest minimally invasive techniques, including endoscopic laser treatment for managing stone disease and laparoscopic procedures for complex urinary tract reconstruction. Non-surgical options are available for conditions such as urinary tract infection, urinary incontinence, and overactive bladder include biofeedback therapy, neuromodulation, and Botox treatments.

Reimagining Care

Our pediatric urologists are board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric urology physicians who work with a multidisciplinary team that continuously strives to better understand bladder and kidney disorders and discover better ways of preventing and treating pediatric urology conditions. Since many complex pediatric urology problems are outgrowths or interrelated to other conditions, we recognize the importance of having a diverse care team to provide highly coordinated, multidisciplinary treatment plans.