Kidney Stones

Almost all kidney stones pass on their own, naturally. But naturally doesn’t always mean easily or pain free. Lehigh Valley Health Network’s prevention-focused urology care provides expert kidney stone diagnosis and treatment services, including the latest advances in laser surgery.

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General Pediatric Surgery

Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital has the most pediatric surgeons in the region. We offer state-of-the-art care for routine surgical procedures and are on the leading edge in minimally invasive (small-scar) pediatric techniques.

Kidney Stone Removal

Kidney stones that won’t pass on their own may require medical assistance. At Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), you’re in caring, capable hands. Our urology specialists are highly skilled in the latest kidney stone treatments, including recent advances in laser surgery to correct complex cases.

Pediatric Urology

Get expert pediatric urology care close to home. Lehigh Valley Health Network’s pediatric urologist treats a wide range of conditions that affect the urinary or reproductive tract, using the latest techniques. Our goal is to ensure normal function so kids can focus on being kids.

Urology

Our urologic specialists offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for men and women experiencing common and complex urologic problems. We offer advanced urology care for incontinence, kidney stones and other concerns, using the latest therapies and surgery techniques.

Urology Services for Men’s Health

Get full-service urology care for a wide range of conditions affecting men, including benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate), kidney stones and erectile dysfunction. We offer the latest medical and surgical therapies, with an emphasis on prevention and minimally invasive care.

Urology Services for Women’s Health

Many women find it difficult to discuss urology symptoms, such as incontinence, with their doctor. But pelvic floor dysfunction, prolapse and other conditions are very common. Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) offers the latest therapies for a range of urologic problems that affect women.