During his segment, Dr. Elmore spoke on his areas of urologic expertise including pediatric laparoscopy, robotic surgery, childhood renal stones, hypospadias, testicular torsion, vesicoureteral reflux, and other pediatric urology conditions.
Dr. Elmore also took questions from callers about pediatric hernias, testicular pain, and the significance of prioritizing treatment if your child has testicular torsion. He also touched on the severity of the results when it is not treated in a timely manner.
Additionally, Dr. Elmore discussed chronic bedwetting. Georgia Urology has a support staff of physicians and nurse practitioners who exclusively manage the issue. He explains that children are typically potty trained by age three or four. Pediatric urology assistance may be necessary if your child is consistently wetting the bed by kindergarten. He also assures parents that bedwetting is an easy fix as long as the parent and child are willing to invest time and commitment to treatment.
If you missed the show, click here to listen to the whole segment.