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Urological Care Tailored to Your Child
As your child grows and develops, so should their care. And when it comes to conditions affecting the kidneys, ureter, bladder, urethra, penis and testes, it's important you're comfortable and confident in the approach recommended for your child. That's why our pediatric urologists work together with parents and child to address reproductive system and urinary tract concerns, and are committed to providing the least invasive treatments available.
When you choose Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, you have the reassurance of knowing all of our pediatric urologists are board certified in urology and have additional subspecialty fellowships and certification in the discipline. Along with your expert team of physicians, nurses and care providers, we'll take the time to answer all your questions and provide sensitive, compassionate care for your child.
At Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, we specialize in treating urologic conditions in children. Our team of board-certified urologists with additional pediatric specialty certification utilizes minimal invasive treatment options to address your child's specific genitourinary (urinary and genital organs) concerns. We care for each child in a family centered manner and develop a treatment plan that's tailored to your specific child.
Your child will receive specialized care from a nationally recognized team of experts.
- Our team of pediatric urologists are board certified in urology and all have additional subspecialty fellowships and certification pediatric urology.
- We provide common and complex pediatric urology care. Our team offers highly specialized programs and treatment options for genitourinary conditions, including prenatal urologic care, kidney stones, spina bifida, urodynamic evaluation, biofeedback and pelvic floor therapy and disorders of sexual differentiation.
Our team of specialists are committed to excellence and expertise, and dedicated to providing sensitive, compassionate and personalized care for your child.
Being a mom, you know when something’s not right.
Teresa Graham thought it was odd when her toddler would announce she had to use the bathroom, but then the urge would quickly pass. She grew even more concerned when Zoë started complaining about pain in her left side. “As she got older, it would happen every week. It would just hit her like a ton of bricks, and she’d be down on all fours." –Teresa Graham, Zoë's Mother
ZoëPediatric Urology Patient
Specialty Services We Offer
- Complete urologic assessment and treatment of all pediatric genitourinary conditions
- Minimally invasive endourology, laparoscopic and robotic surgery
- Reconstructive surgery of urinary tract and genitalia
Special Testing for Pediatric Urology Problems
We offer a full range of diagnostic techniques, including:
- Comprehensive diagnostic testing, including ultrasound, VCUG, nuclear medicine studies and Cat scan and MRU
- Noninvasive urine flow studies to evaluate the rate and volume of your child's urine flow
- Comprehensive urodynamic studies that evaluate how the bladder stores and empties urine
Labaroscopic Robotic Surgery
We offer the most advanced minimally invasive techniques, including endourology for minimally invasive treatment of kidney stones and laparoscopic robotic surgery. Benefits of robotic surgery include small incisions, less blood loss and less pain for your child. It also reduces recovery time from weeks to days. Our physicians were the first to perform pediatric robotic surgery in Central Florida, having performed more than 1,000 robotic urology surgeries for children.
Specialty Urologic Care for Your Child
At Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children Urology Center, we offer specialized clinics for a variety of urologic conditions. As with all of our urology services, these clinics provide expert multi-specialty care tailored just for your child.
Multidisciplinary consultation with a maternal fetal medicine physician and urologic assessment in one appointment to evaluate conditions affecting your unborn baby. The team will establish a personalized plan for care before and after delivery.
Minimally invasive surgery only requires small incisions. This has big benefits for your child. Smaller incisions can reduce scarring, promote healing and speed the recovery process. Our minimally invasive procedures include robotic surgery, as well as laparoscopic surgery. These advanced techniques can treat pediatric urology conditions, such as an undescended testicle, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux and complex kidney stone disease.
Multispecialty medical and surgical management of kidney stones with advanced noninvasive and minimally invasive techniques of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy and endourologic techniques to break kidney stones. Once the stones are removed, medical kidney specialists (nephrologists) will work with you and your child to create a treatment plan for ongoing nutritional care and prevention of kidney stones.
Bladder control issues —incontinence and daytime or nighttime wetting — are common but can be embarrassing for a child. If your child has a bladder control issue, our team can evaluate their bladder function in a pediatric sensitive environment. Pediatric urologists use video game therapy to engage your child in urotherapy, which combines medical, behavioral and biofeedback therapies to teach kids about bladder function and how to properly use the muscles that control urination.
Children with spina bifida, myelomeningocele or other spinal cord anomalies require a multispecialty team approach. Through the Spina Bifida Clinic at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer, your child has a team of nurse managers, social workers, occupational therapists and medical/surgical specialists to manage all their medical needs — all in one place. Your child's team may include urologists, orthopedists, nephrologists, gastroenterologists, neurosurgeons, nurse managers, and physical, occupational and rehabilitation therapists.
Sexual differentiation issues are complex, often requiring advanced medical, psychosocial and surgical solutions. We offer treatment for children with hypospadias (the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis), ambiguous genitalia and other disorders of sexual differentiation in girls and boys. We will treat your child in a sensitive and compassionate team environment, coordinating with specialists in endocrinology (hormones and growth) and behavioral health, along with our pediatric urology specialists.