Urologists in Idaho Falls, Idaho
Whether you have a relatively simple disorder, such as a urinary tract infection (UTI), or a more serious condition, like a tumor, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) is the right place to come for help. Our urologists are able to diagnose, treat and manage a variety of urologic disorders in men and women.
Our team collaborates with other medical specialists, such as oncologists, radiologists and gynecologists, so you can be certain you'll receive full-service care and treatment plans, no matter your diagnosis.
Urologic conditions we treat
Urology is a branch of medicine focusing on diseases and disorders of the urinary tract in men and women, as well as the reproductive system in men. A urologist assists patients with urologic conditions, such as incontinence, UTIs or kidney stones.
Our board-certified urologists can deal directly with urologic disease using conventional surgery if possible. They collaborate with other medical specialists to ensure you receive the best level of care, no matter the diagnosis.
At EIRMC, we have specialized treatment for:
Female incontinence can be a distressing condition adversely affecting your quality of life. Fortunately, it almost always stems from an underlying condition that is treatable. Depending on your condition, treatment could include making simple adjustments to your diet and nutrition or perhaps minimally invasive incontinence surgery to correct a physical abnormality.
Using our experience, expertise and compassion needed to deliver a comprehensive diagnosis and appropriate treatment, our urology specialists have helped many women regain their self-confidence.
Kidney stone removal
A kidney stone can be a painful nuisance. And if they persist, they can also have serious medical consequences. Based on your specific experience, your urologist may suggest allowing the stones to pass through urination or minimally invasive kidney stone treatment to remove the stones.
We use minimally invasive shockwave lithotripsy to safely remove stones from the urinary tract. During this procedure, stones are identified and located with advanced medical imaging techniques, then shattered with the use of sound waves. The stones are broken into pieces tiny enough to more easily pass through the system.