Keep Up On What's New

The world of medicine is continually in motion. Here, we will provide you with a selection of interesting news items on pediatric urology and adolescent urology from Dr. Jeffrey Palmer and the Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute.

 

SEPTEMBER 2010

World Congress of Endourology Annual Meeting:  Dr. Palmer was an invited speaker at the internationally-renowned conference.  The title of the talk is “Robotic and Single-port Surgery in Pediatric Urology”.

 

North Central Section of the American Urological Society:  Dr. Palmer was an invited speaker on a urinary reflux symposium. The title of the talk was “Same-Day Open Extravesical Reimplantation”

 

OCTOBER 2010

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute opened a new office at 6900 Pearl Road in MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS. The office provides the same services as at the office locations, including same-day and evening hours, in-office ultrasonography, and Centers of Excellence.

 

NOVEMBER 2010

Pediatric Urology: A General Urologist's Guide:  Dr. Palmer’s new textbook was released by The Humana Press, Inc.  Dr. Palmer is the editor of this twenty-chapter textbook written by internationally-renowned urologists.  This textbook serves as a reference for general urologists and primary care providers on pediatric and adolescent conditions.

 

DECEMBER 2010

Pediatric Robotic Surgery:  Dr. Palmer's textbook released by The Humana Press, Inc. earlier this year is the first urologic textbook dedicated to children undergoing robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery. Dr. Palmer is the editor of this fourteen-chapter textbook written by internationally-renowned urologists.  This textbook is a reference for urologists all over the world performing robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery.

 

JANUARY 2011

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute opened a new office at EMH Avon Health Campus, 1997 Healthway Drive in AVON. The office provides the same services as at the office locations, including same-day and evening hours, in-office ultrasonography, and Centers of Excellence.

 

MARCH 2011

Ohio Urological Society Annual Meeting:  Dr. Palmer is the President of the Ohio Urological Society whose annual meeting will held in Cleveland. Dr. Palmer has served on the Board of Directors for seven years.

 

JULY 2011

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute opened a new office at Medina Hospital Medical Office Building, 970 E. Washington Street in MEDINA. The office provides the same services as at the office locations, including same-day and evening hours, in-office ultrasonography, and Centers of Excellence.

 

SEPTEMBER 2011

Campbell-Walsh Urology: Dr. Palmer's chapter entitled "Abnormalities of the External Genitalia in Boys" was published in the 10th edition of this acclaimed four-volume textbook.  This textbook serves as a reference for urologists and other healthcare professionals throughout the world.

 

NOVEMBER 2011

The Journal of Urology ArticleDr. Palmer was invited by The Journal of Urology to write an article on outpatient extravescial ureteral reimplan-tation to treat urinary reflux. This article summarizes the outpatient success in surgically treating vesicoureteral reflux, which he and other pediatric urologists have previously published.

 

JANUARY 2012

The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Book ReviewDr. Palmer’s textbook Pediatric Urology: A General Urologist's Guide was reviewed by JAMA. This premier journal had a glowing review, including the statement that this book may be “a useful tool for other clinicians such as pediatricians, family practitioners, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who desire a searchable quick-reference handbook for their clinic.”

 

AUGUST 2012

New Facility:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute will be relocating the Beachwood office to Waterstone Medical Center, 14100 Cedar Road in UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS on August 31, 2012. This new, state-of-the-art facility will include expansion of the Center for Bladder Control and the other Centers of Excellence, in-office ultrasonography, and same-day and evening hours.

 

DECEMBER 2012

Autism Parent Support GroupDr. Palmer has been invited by the Elyria City School District Autism Parent Support Group to discuss treatment options for children with autism. The presentation on December 12, 2012 will include non-invasive treatment options, including biofeedback and other treatments not requiring medications. Dr. Palmer and the Center for Bladder Control have a large experience in successfully treating children with urinary issues and autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

 

DECEMBER 2013

Pediatric and Adolescent Urologic Imaging:  Dr. Palmer's new textbook was released by Springer.  This is the first textbook in which each chapter is written collaboratively by at least one author from both pediatric urology and radiology. Dr. Palmer is an editor of this twenty-one-chapter textbook written by internationally-renowned urologists. This textbook serves as a key reference for pediatric urologists and radiologists, and other healthcare providers.

 

FEBRUARY 2014

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute relocated the Huron office to Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky Medical Office Building, 1012 E. Perkins Avenue in SANDUSKY on February 12, 2014. This state-of-the-art facility includes expansion of the Center for Bladder Control and the other Centers of Excellence, in-office ultrasonography, and same-day and evening hours.

 

MAY 2014

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute will be opening a new office at 7747 South Avenue in YOUNGSTOWN on May 5, 2014. The facility provides the same services as at the office locations, including same-day and evening hours, in-office ultrasonography, and Centers of Excellence.

 

NOVEMBER 2014

Northeastern Section of AUA: Dr. Palmer has been invited to be a speaker at the 2014 Northeastern Section of the American Urological Association Annual Meeting. The lecture at this international meeting of adult and pediatric urologists is entitled “Caring for Adult Patients with Congenital Problems” to address congenital problems in adolescents and young adults transitioning into adulthood. Dr. Palmer and the Center for Transitional Urology have a large experience in successfully treating adolescents and adults with congenital conditions.

 

MARCH 2015

Campbell-Walsh Urology: Dr. Palmer contributed a chapter entitled “Management of Abnormalities of the External Genitalia in Boys” in the 11th edition of this acclaimed multi-volume textbook, which is currently in press.  This chapter is an update to Dr. Palmer’s 10th edition chapter regarding the same topic. This textbook serves as a reference for urologists and other healthcare professionals throughout the world.

 

AUGUST 2015

New Office:  Pediatric and Adolescent Urology Institute relocated the Willoughby office to Mentor Office Park, 8224 Mentor Avenue in MENTOR on August 9, 2015. This state-of-the-art facility includes expansion of the Center for Bladder Control and the other Centers of Excellence, in-office ultrasonography, and same-day and evening hours.