Advanced Treatment Options

Make accidental urine leakage a thing of the past with Adjustable Continence Therapy.

What can patients expect?

The innovative outpatient procedure takes approximately 30 minutes; no overnight stay is required:

  • Silicon balloons are placed on either side of the bladder neck to provide support to the bladder by restricting the flow of urine through two valves.
  • Balloons are connected to a titanium filling port.
  • During adjustment visits, the implanted balloons are tailored to each person's individual needs.
  • Small needle is inserted through the skin into the port to add or remove fluids.
  • Optimal results are generally achieved in 3- 4 adjustment visits.
  • Device does not need to be manipulated by the patient at any time.

Call our comprehensive Pelvic Health Center to speak with our Pelvic Health Navigator at (402) 717-7358. Our dedicated team will help navigate your patient through the entire process. For additional questions, you may also call our Urology Clinic at (402) 717-2500.

Michael Patrick Feloney, MD, FACS

Urology,
Urogynecology

Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy (RARP) is a minimally invasive procedure for removal of the prostate due to cancer. It is the most common surgical treatment for this condition.

What can patients expect?

Recovery tends to involve one night in the hospital and placement of a foley catheter for 10-14 days. Patients are advised to avoid heavy lifting for 6 weeks following surgery.

If you want to learn more about this procedure or other pelvic health resources and options, call the CHI Health pelvic health navigator at 402-717-PELV (7358).

Joan C. Delto, MD

Urology

Michael Patrick Feloney, MD, FACS

Urology,
Urogynecology

Dane E. Klett, MD

Urology

Larry E. Siref, MD, FACS

Urology

Many people who have had kidney stones, tend to continue making them. There are a number of options to help people avoid making new kidney stones. This process starts with a chemical analysis of the stone to determine what it is made of. An increase in fluid intake sufficient to generate 2 liters of urine a day is typically recommended. Further evaluation into stone prevention requires a 24 hour urine collection done at home and mailed to a special laboratory for analysis. Our providers analyze and interpret the 24 hour urine chemistry, and create a customized kidney stone prevention plan for the patient. Such a plan usually involves a dietary modification and sometimes medication. If the treatment plan is followed consistently, kidney stone production is typically reduced by over 90%.