Descriptions of Our Treatments

While the reason you visit our clinics will be nothing that our team of experienced physicians has not seen before, you are guaranteed to be treated with great care and attention. We are committed to providing you with preventive care options such as health screenings to identify risk factors and treat issues in their earliest stages, as well as treat and distinguish any existing risk to your kidney disease. You are encouraged to review our treatment options and consult with one of our nephrologists and hypertension experts to select a treatment plan most effective for you.

Chronic Kidney Disease

CKD is a long-term illness of the kidneys resulting in kidney failure that consists of a total of six stages. As your kidneys fail, waste …

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Acute Kidney Injury

Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), also known as Acute Renal Failure (ARF) takes place when kidneys suddenly are unable to filter waste from the blood …

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Proteinuria, or excess protein in the urine, can be caused by many diseases and conditions. It can even be caused by side effects from …

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Blood in urine can be caused by urinary tract or kidney infections, such as bladder infections or kidney stones. While in many instances …

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Hypertension (HTN)

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a leading cause of kidney failure and kidney disease. It can cause damage to kidney filters …

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Home Dialysis

This is similar to hemodialysis to purify your blood if your kidneys cannot do it efficiently, but is done in the comfort of your own home …

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This is a procedure where a dialysis machine and a dialyzer, or artificial kidney, are used to clean the blood of a person whose kidneys …

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Peritoneal Dialysis

When your kidneys are no longer able to adequately remove waste from your blood on their own, this procedure is needed to filter …

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Edema is swelling caused by excess fluid trapped in your body’s tissues that can be provoked by kidney disease. However, symptoms …

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Electrolyte Imbalance

When you have kidney disease your electrolytes and minerals in the body can be unbalanced. One of the electrolytes controlled by the kidney …

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Transplant Care

Patients with chronic kidney disease that progress to end stage renal disease need renal replacement. Patients that are …

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Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are hard deposits in concentrated urine that can be extremely painful when they are passed. Kidney stone can …

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Glomerulonephritis is a result of inflammation of the tiny filters in your kidneys. This can occur suddenly, or develop gradually over time …

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Anemia is the lack of functional red blood cells in the body and is common in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Symptoms include feeling …

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Diabetic Kidney Disease

Did you know that diabetes can result in kidney damage? High blood glucose levels can damage the part of the kidneys that filters …

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