Urologists in New York, NY
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Though the office wasn't great, doctor was very good and friendly. He had lot of patience understanding my problem. He adviced me with the right stuff. Great guy. I would surely go there again.
Maiden Lane Medical is a great group of doctors, nice clean facilities and polite staff. Dr. Bakal, is friendly and listens,. Very good Dr.!
Dr. Wolfson is a very friendly person, a good listener, and takes the time to explain the issue and possible solutions. He’s very respectful and his entire team is very kind.
He's is professional, very understanding and intelligent. I'm sticking with him if I would need any future visits.
Amazing! I met with Dr. Nadelson. He brought me into his office, took the time to speak with me and hear about my problems, and offered different options. He shook my hand, made eye contact, and treated me like a patient he cared about. Everything was great. One of the best doctor appointments I've had.
Excellent doctor, knowledgeable, attentive, highly professional.
While I did have to wait to be seen, Dr. Chubak was one of the most caring doctors I've ever seen - and I would gladly choose caring over wait time. She also carefully explained everything she was going to do - and why, which I truly appreciated. I'd highly recommend her!
The doctor is very pleasant, takes his time to explain everything. The whole staff is great , I felt comfortable from the first time I walked in. They make you feel like you know them your whole life.
Doctor was a very good experienced , but the office, Clinic was really Not clean, very dusty.. need lots of attention, Renovations..!!
New York Urologists
Urologists are health care practitioners who focus on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the urinary tract and male genitalia. The urinary tract is responsible for excreting the waste and toxins in the form of urine. It is composed of the kidneys, ureters and bladder. Urologic conditions like kidney diseases, urinary tract infections, bladder control issues and prostate issues affect these body parts. Urologists are skilled in managing male infertility and related issues.
Pediatric urologists, on the other hand, deal with issues of the urinary tract impacting infants and children. Pediatric patients are more likely to develop the following conditions:
- Bedwetting: A bladder control problem characterized by losing control over excreting urine, frequent bathroom trips or a wet bed.
- Bladder infections: Pain or burning sensations while urinating.
- Kidney stones: Pebble-like substances in a child’s kidney can cause sharp aches in the back, side or lower back and groin.
- Urine blockage in newborns: This is a condition in which enlarged kidneys or a closed urethra block the excretion of urine, which might result in a urinary tract infection.
- Vesicoureteral reflux: A condition in which urine goes back to the ureters and kidneys instead of excreting out.
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Chronic Kidney Disease
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a condition in which the kidneys’ ability to filter blood for excess fluid and waste are affected. Individuals with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and a family history of developing CKD. Fifteen percent of US adults are estimated to be suffering from CKD; 96% of them have mild kidney damage and are not aware of their diagnosis, and 48% of the patients are experiencing severe CKD. CKD is more common in women than in men. Fifteen percent of Hispanics are estimated to be suffering from this disease. Kidney diseases usually worsen over time. Generally, when kidneys stop working, a doctor might recommend dialysis or kidney transplant. If left untreated, kidney disease might lead to kidney failure. You can read more about other urologic conditions, prevalence, incidence, treatment and economic impact on the American Urological Association website.
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