SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – It’s quite possible that you or someone you love will have a kidney stone in their lifetime, so it’s important to know what the symptoms are and what treatments are available. Dr. Kevin Asher, MD is a board certified urologist, from Pioneer Valley Urology, with fellowship training in urologic oncology, shared more about kidney stones and how Pioneer Valley Urology, P.C. can help.
Pioneer Valley Urology, P.C.
Collectively providing the valley with over 100 years of experience
100 Wason Avenue, Suite 120
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Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
8:00AM – 5:00PM
Closed for Lunch NOON – 1:00PM
For more information call (413) 241-2100 or visit PVUrology.org.
About Kevin Asher, MD:
Kevin Asher, MD graduated from Towson University and Columbia University Medical School. He did a residency in Urology at Boston University and has completed a fellowship in Urologic Oncology at the National Cancer Institute/National Institute of Health.
About Pioneer Valley Urology, P.C:
Pioneer Valley Urology is committed to providing you with the best medical care and most up-to-date treatments. Patient and family education is emphasized, with the belief that understanding as much as possible about a urological problem is essential in making decisions on treatment options.
Pioneer Valley Urology, PC firmly believe that an educated patient is a healthier patient, and we are committed to providing our patients with a means to further their health education. Register on our website to access our online urology-health library, which will provide you with information on: Over 60 urology-related condition, test, and treatment topics, Pre and post test and treatment guidelines, medications, The latest advancements in urology medicine and Healthy recipes and tips for living a healthier lifestyle.
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