Pediatric Urology Programs and Services
The Comprehensive Stone Center at Children's Health offers complete medical, surgical and nutritional services for children with kidney stones.
If your child is born with a disorder of sexual development, you may have many concerns about their physical and emotional health. We will answer your questions and work with you to design a care plan that fits your child's specific needs.
The urologists practicing at Children's Health specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of congenital anomalies. Our experience includes reconstruction of the most complex urinary and genital anomalies in children from birth to adulthood.
The pediatric urologists practicing at Children's Health specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of genitourinary tract disorders. Our experience includes reconstruction of the most complex urinary and genital anomalies in children from birth to young adulthood.
If your child has a urologic condition that requires surgery, you want a team of experienced specialists who are working for the best possible outcome. The surgeons practicing at Children's Health offer proven, leading-edge techniques to help restore your child's health.
Finding out that your child may be born with a condition that may require surgery can be stressful. The pediatric urology team at Children's Health provides the information and support you need to make the best decisions for your child's health.
The pediatric urology team at Children's Health specializes in diagnosing and treating rare and unique genitourinary birth defects and disorders in children. We have the experience to help your child regain genitourinary function and restore the health of their urinary and genital organs.
If your child is diagnosed with spina bifida, you may feel overwhelmed. The physicians and nurses practicing at Children's Health have the experience and resources to help manage even the most severe diagnosis.
The Voiding Improvement Program at Children's Health offers management and treatment options for voiding dysfunction, from simple cases of bedwetting to more complex cases, including painful voiding (dysuria) and daytime wetting, also called incontinence.