At Riverside Urology we recognize that disease of any kind can put a patient's life in turmoil. Our focus upon patient quality of life leads us to seek least-invasive solutions leading to best outcomes with minimal life disruption. Our patients benefit from access to the best care, the deepest knowledge and the use of our Ambulatory Surgery Center as an alternative to hospital stays. We help you get your life back to normal as quickly as possible.
Monday, June 30, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Thursday, June 12, 2014
The conference "Advances in Prostate Imaging and Ablative Treatment of Prostate Cancer" will be held in New York on June 20 and 21, 2014.
The conference "Advances in Prostate Imaging and Ablative Treatment of Prostate Cancer" will be held in New York on June 20 and 21, 2014. The primary goal of this conference is to provide the urologist and radiologist with a comprehensive review of advances in prostate imaging, biopsy, and focal minimally invasive ablative therapy (MIAT) of prostate cancer. The course will be organized into sessions focusing on prostate imaging, prostate biopsy and MIAT. The information will be disseminated via lectures, case discussions and panel discussions. http://webdoc.nyumc.org/nyumc/files/cme/u9/Prostate_Brochure_FINAL.pdf
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Friday, June 6, 2014
About 8-10% of Americans will be affected by kidney stones and men twice as often as women. Previously we talked about strategies to prevent kidney stones. Now let's talk about some treatment options. We can look for stones in several different ways. If you get to deal with the stone early you have a much better outcome and the Ambulatory Surgery Environment is very well suited for that. Watch this short video by Dr. Riemenschneider to learn about some of the very modern solutions to make a difficult problem easy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50bf-E5RSp0&list=PL218941D97CFDE66A&feature=share&index=1
Thursday, June 5, 2014
As we head in to summer we see a rise in kidney stones. Kidney stones are caused by high levels of calcium, oxalate, and phosphorus in the urine. Medical conditions, family history, diet and not drinking enough fluids are just a few of the many causes of kidney stones. If you’re prone to getting kidney stones or want to do all you can to avoid them, watch this short video by Dr. Riemenschneider about prevention strategies. http://youtu.be/5ezftFuT8vg