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Published on February 01, 2022

Kearney Regional Medical Center first facility in Nebraska to offer aquablation therapy

Kearney Regional Medical Center is the first facility in Nebraska to offer a new, cutting-edge technology called aquablation therapy.

Drs. Garrett Pohlman and Laroy Williams of Kearney Urology will be using this technology to help patients with lower urinary tract symptoms due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Aquablation therapy is an advanced, minimally invasive BPH treatment that uses the power of water delivered with robotic precision.

Other surgical options require patients to compromise between safety and efficacy, either providing significant symptom relief but with a heightened risk of irreversible complications or a lower risk of complications but with significantly less symptom relief.

Aquablation therapy has a very low rate of irreversible complications around sexual function. In fact, in clinical studies, nearly 100% of men maintained sexual function.

To learn more about this technology, contact Kearney Urology Center PC at 308-237-7719.


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