Prof. Amos Neheman, M.D.
Expert in Adult and Pediatric Urology Chairman, Department of Urology Meir Medical Center, K'far Saba, Israel Affiliated with the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University
If you were consulted or treated by Prof. Neheman
in a public or community clinic (Kupat Holim or
public hospital) he will not be permitted to perform
private surgery on you for 6 months from the date of
your last such treatment or consultation. Therefore,
if you wish him to be your surgeon, please contact
us before you apply to any public clinic or hospital in
which Prof. Neheman renders his services.
Prostate surgery for benign prostatic hypertrophy, Bladder Surgery for tumors of the urinary bladder and recunstruction
Kidneys Robotic surgery for kidney tumors and malformation of the kidneys and ureter Male genitalia and fertility – Hydrocele, vasectomy, varicocele
Birth defects of the urinary tract – Hydronephrosis , vesico-ureteral reflux. Surgeries performed with the Da- Vinci robotic system
Birth defects of male genitalia- Undescended testis, Inguinal hernia, Hydrocele, Varicocele
Hypospadias surgery including complex cases
Surgical circumcision following the standards of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Sterile conditions in order to prevent infections and optemize recovery
Prof. Amos Neheman graduated in 1997, cum laude, from the Faculty of Medicine of the Technion in Haifa. He specialized in urology at the Carmel hospital, Haifa. In 2005 he expanded his professional expertise in pediatric urology and laparoscopis surgery at Thomas Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, and the DuPont Children Hospital, Wilmington,DE, USA. Today Prof. Neheman is a specialist urologist, senior surgeon and chairman of the Urology Department at Meir Medical Center. He serves as a private urologist at the Assuta Medical Center in Tel Aviv and at the Herzliya Medical Center, where he provides consultations and performs urologic surgery, including robotic surgery for adults and children.
Prof. Amos Neheman - Professional Knowhow and Expertise
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What is a urologist?
A urologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the urinary tract, the kidneys, bladder, urethra and the organs and tissues surrounding them. The urologist also treats male children and adults with problems in sex organs, including penis, testicles and the prostate gland. He diagnoses and then provides medical and surgical treatment to disorders in these organs.
When do we seek help from a urologist?
Pediatric help: we may seek the help of a pediatric urologist as early as in the first stages of pregnancy, when monitoring arouses suspects of a possible inborn urologic defect. After birth, the urologist may provide medical circumcision for the baby and treat solve urologic condition such as undescended testicles and hydrocele (water in the testicle pouch). The urologist diagnoses and treats kidney disorders, repairs defects in circumcision and solves various problems in the urinary tract of both male and female children and in the sexual organs of boys.
For Adults: adult urologic problems that require diagnosis and treatment of a urologist include: enlarged prostate (frequent with elderly people), urine bladder conditions, adult circumcision, removal of tumors from bladder and kidneys, . Lately there is an increased demand for vasectomy (cutting and sealing the tubes that carry sperm), as a measure of male birth control. The urologist also carries out screening tests to detect prostate cancer and various surgery procedures for enlarged prostate removal.
What is a Specialist Urologist?
A specialist is a medical doctor who, after successfully graduating from medical school, continues his professional education and skills by specializing in a specific medical field. In order to be qualified as a specialist, a doctor has to pass two examinations by the medical union to which he belongs. A specialist urologist specifies in the urinary tract of males and females and in the sexual organs of males. His training as a specialist includes both diagnostics and surgery procedures in a wide range of medical cases. A specialist urologist will obviously belong to a professional medical union and acquire up to date knowledge and skills by further training in new methods and procedures.
What is a Pediatric Urologist?
Diagnosing and treating children requires special knowledge and experience, because a child's physique behaves differently from adults and medical conditions and illnesses of children differ in their nature and require special attention. This is why pediatrics are a special field in medicine and calls for special education and training. This applies of course also to pediatric urology. Therefore, a specialist urologist needs to complement his basic training in urology by investing special studies and training. Prof. Nehman specialized in pediatric urology in the United States, and his profiency includes diagnostics, treatment and surgery of children. His training encompasses most modern surgery procedures: laparoscopy, robotics, with a serious care for possible effects of the child's urologic condition on his health development as a teenager and adult.