Kidney Stone Management :::::::

What is a Kidney Stone? Causes And Types Of Stones What Are The Symptoms Of Kidney Stones? How Are Kidney Stones Diagnosed? What Are The Treatment Options For Kidney Stones? How Can Kidney Stones Be Prevented? Types of Stones Treating Kidney Stones with the Lithotripsy Technology How the Lithotripter
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What to Expect After Lithotripsy Treatment Commonly Asked Questions Informational Video Prevention Fluids Links Lithotripter Equipment Who is a Candidate for Lithotripsy Medications
That  May Delay Treatment

The most frequently used method to treat Kidney Stones is with Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL). The second most commonly used method for treating ureteral and some kidney stones is laser therapy with the Holmium Laser.

Dr. R. Sherburne Figenshau
Medical Director
Co-Fellowship Director

Dr. Sam B. Bhayani
Research Director
Co-Fellowship Director

Dr. Alana Desai
Lithotripsy Director




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