Transitional Adult Congenital Genitourinary (TRAC) Clinic
The Transitional Adult Congenital Genitourinary (TRAC) Clinic offers a range of attentive services for individuals with genitourinary congenital conditions. These conditions include cerebral palsy, ectopic ureter, vesicoureteral reflux, Meyer-Rokintansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome, and other related issues. At TRAC Clinic, our dedicated team of specialists is committed to providing comprehensive and continuous care to ensure each patient receives optimal treatment to manage their condition.
In this episode of the Better Edge podcast, Stephanie J. Kielb, MD, and Diana K. Bowen, MD, discuss Northwestern Medicine’s adult multidisciplinary Transitional Adult Congenital (TRAC) Clinic. They discuss a study that summarized perceptions and best practices for the care of adult spina bifida patients. They also share top recommendations for physicians or healthcare providers to consider when creating a successful transition experience and monitoring adults with these conditions, and how best to effectively serve these populations.
Meet the Team
Our team has specialized training and many years of experience in this type of care, including: A urologist who has been treating these conditions in adults since 2002 A urologist who treats adults at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and children at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago This unique program allows us to offer continuous care from childhood through adulthood.