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Nephrology is the medical specialty that deals with kidney disease. Your two kidneys are designed to perform complex jobs within your body, like removing toxins and controlling the body’s balance of fluids, electrolytes, and blood pressure. Kidneys are also integral to maintaining bone health because they control vitamin D metabolism and calcium balance. Additionally, they are essential to the production of red blood cells by the bone marrow through the production of the hormone erythropoietin.

Unfortunately, many diseases can affect the kidneys and cause problems for the rest of the body. Diseases that harm the kidneys include diabetes, lupus, and cardiovascular disease. As Nephrologists in Utah, we care for patients with all types of kidney disease. We also specialize in correcting electrolyte abnormalities, difficult-to-control hypertension, kidney stone prevention, and more.

Kidney disease is complicated, but treating it with an experienced team can prolong kidney life and enhance quality of life for patients.

Clinical Kidney Care in Northern Utah

Ogden Clinic Nephrologists see patients with a variety of conditions, from kidney stones to chronic kidney disease to end stage renal disease. Our doctors oversee patients’ diagnosis, progress and treatment plans.

  • All stages of chronic kidney disease
  • Acute kidney conditions
  • Anemia management
  • Autoimmune kidney disease
  • Blood pressure management
  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Glomerulonephritis
  • Kidney nutrition counseling
  • Metabolic bone disease management
  • Polycystic kidney disease
  • Renal transplant
  • Renal-related diabetes management

Renal Replacement Therapy at Ogden Clinic

Our number one goal is to help our patients thrive for as long as possible with healthy kidney function. Sometimes it becomes necessary to pursue renal replacement options. Understanding that this is a difficult diagnosis requiring several choices, our doctors provide compassionate and comprehensive training to help you make the best decisions for your care.

What are my options?

Dialysis is not the only option when kidney function declines. When renal replacement therapy is necessary, one option is kidney transplant for eligible patients. We are well versed with management of pre- and post- kidney transplant care.

When kidney transplant is not an option, we will work with you on a comprehensive plan for dialysis treatment. We are trained to manage dialysis at home or in a dialysis center which we'll coordinate for you. Our providers will continue to manage your care during your entire time on dialysis should this be your choice.