Our goal is to provide an innovative educational forum for physicians from multiple disciplines and levels of training who are involved in caring for children that present with complex conditions involving their genitourinary tract. We expect to share knowledge, learn from each other, and continue to enhance our understanding of these conditions.
Dr. Daugherty treats all conditions and problems with the genital and urinary tract in children. He takes care of patients and performs surgeries on both an outpatient and inpatient basis. Dr. Daugherty offers wide range of surgical treatment options from smaller procedures, such as penile surgery, hernia repairs and correction of undescended testicles, to complicated bladder and kidney reconstructions. He also takes care of patients who have congenital abnormalities that require complex reconstruction. He also has extensive experience using robotic surgery for a vast array of problems of the kidneys, bladder and ureters.
As co-director of the Pediatric Stone Center, he focuses heavily on the surgical and medical management of children with kidney stones. He also treats tumors of the urinary tract and birth defects of the genitalia including hypospadias and undescended testicles.
Sarah Fox is a physical therapist who specializes in Pediatric Pelvic Health. She has served patients and families at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital since 2013 and has been part of the Multi-Disciplinary Motility Clinic (MDMC) Team since 2016. Sarah earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Tennessee State University in 2009 and simultaneously achieved her Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities (LEND) training at Vanderbilt University. She is Cincinnati Children’s expert physical therapist in Pelvic Health and works closely with Colorectal, Gastroenterology, and Urology divisions.
Dr. Minevich’s clinical interests are kidney stones; complex genitourinary reconstructive surgery; and microscopic hypospadias.
Dr. Reddy is Director, Division of Pediatric Urology, and is a pediatric and fetal urologist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the Cincinnati Fetal Center. He obtained his medical degree at Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India, and went to complete his residency at Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY. Additionally, he was a fellow at The Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada. Dr. Reddy’s special interests include kidney stones, ESWL, genitourinary surgery, and clinical trials.
Dr. Strine is a pediatric urologist and co-director of the Comprehensive Fertility Care and Preservation Program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He obtained his medical degree and completed his residency at Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. His clinical and research interests include fertility, minimally invasive surgery, complex genitourinary reconstruction, and clinical outcomes research.
Dr. VanderBrink is a pediatric urologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. His career goal is to help children with congenital conditions that affect the urinary tract to achieve the best possible outcomes. This can mean different things to different families and he takes pride in listening to each individual family’s concerns while formulating a treatment plan. His main goals are to preserve kidney function, work towards urinary control and provide opportunities to become independent for their chronic condition. Dr. VanderBrink’s specialties include reconstructive lower urinary tract surgery; neurogenic bladder; and spina bifida.