Children's Urology
Charles Horton Jr., MD
Jyoti Upadhyay, MD
Louis Wojcik, MD
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The pediatric urologists at Children's Urology provide comprehensive, child-focused care for infants, children and teenagers with urinary and genital problems.

What conditions do you treat?

We care for children with a variety of conditions, including:

What services do you offer?

The pediatric urologists perform minimally invasive laparascopic surgical procedures, including deflux, nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy, orchidopexy for intra-abdominal testis and varicocele repair. Other procedures performed include ureteral reimplants and genitourinary reconstruction.

Children's Urology has the only advanced urodynamics and biofeedback equipment dedicated to children in Virginia. Some minor surgical procedures can be performed in the office under local anesthesia, including meatotomy and manipulation of penile and labial adhesions. Prenatal consultations are also provided for expectant parents regarding genitourinary abnormalities diagnosed in their unborn child.

Does your staff have special training?

Our urologists are certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and are also certified in pediatric urology and have completed additional training (called a fellowship) in pediatric urology. Each physician is licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine.

Where do you see patients?

We offer our patients the convenience of office appointments at several different locations. Appointment day and hours vary at each location. Click here to view our locations.

Do I need a referral to make an appointment?

This depends on what kind of insurance you have. If you have an HMO, you must:

  • Get a referral from your child's primary care physician before you call to make an appointment.
  • Make sure your referral has not expired. Many are good for only 30 days, so check yours before you come to your appointment. If your referral has expired, call your primary care physician and explain your situation. In most cases, your primary care physician will provide a new or extended referral.
  • Bring the referral with you to the appointment. If you do not have a referral, or if the referral you have is expired, your HMO will not pay for your appointment.

If you have fee-for-service insurance or a PPO, you do not need a physician's referral to make an appointment.

We offer in-depth information about insurance in our Billing and Insurance section.

How do I make an appointment?

To schedule an appointment, please call (757) 668-7878.