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Pediatric urology

Pediatric urologists diagnose and treat children's urinary and genital issues, which may include bedwetting, urinary tract problems, kidney stones and congenital (birth) abnormalities.

Pediatric urologists in Wichita

Our pediatric urology specialists at Wesley Care Physicians treat children and young adults with various urological disorders.

Your child's primary care provider may refer you to us or you may follow up here after a stay in the hospital. Our physicians provide follow-up visits and coordination of care to provide the best pediatric care for your child's diagnosis.

Urology conditions we treat

Our pediatric urology doctors are experienced in the treatment of children and teens with common to complex pediatric urology conditions. Our network of physicians combines the latest in technology and evidence-based care with a loving, caring child-friendly approach to improve the quality of our patients' lives. Conditions our team treats include:

  • Bedwetting (enuresis)
  • Epispadias
  • Incontinence
  • Hematuria
  • Hydroceles
  • Hydronephrosis
  • Hypospadias
  • Spina bifida
  • Testicular torsion (typically emergent)
  • Undescended testicles
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • Vesicoureteral reflux
  • Voiding dysfunction

Pediatric urologic procedures we perform

Our urology doctors are equipped to perform the following services and procedures:

  • Circumcisions (6+ months of age, no newborns)
  • Circumcision revision
  • Lysis of penile adhesions
  • Open pyeloplasty
  • Physical therapy
  • Ureteral reimplants
  • Urodynamics

What to expect at your first visit

Your family will be greeted by our office member who will check you in and verifying their information.

Our nurse or medical assistant will greet you and your child and obtain their height, weight and vital signs. They will review your child's medical history with you.

Your child will then be seen and examined by one of our pediatric urologists who will work with the child and family on a diagnosis and treatment plan. In some cases, lab work such as a urinalysis and/or diagnostic imaging may be required to aid in diagnosis. The staff will assist in making sure this is a smooth process and your child remains as comfortable as possible. The average length of first-time urology visits is around 30 to 45 minutes.

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