It's not something most parents worry about, but happens more than you may think. It is possible for children to get kidney stones. Join us as we talk with Dr. Rachel Millner about how common kidney stones are in children, how parents can help prevent them, what symptoms to look for and when to see your pediatrician.
Bedwetting is a common, treatable issue that most children go through and eventually outgrow. But if they continue to have accidents at night as they get older, typically around 6 years old, it's time to take them to a doctor for evaluation and treatment.
Elise was diagnosed with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) and treated by our pediatric urology team. Read her story.
In 2016, 18-month-old Ruby was diagnosed with advanced kidney disease. Thanks to the advanced care of the Arkansas Children's kidney clinic, she is now a healthy 6-year-old. Read her story.