Urologist Dr. med Stefan Kamp

Dr. Kamp and his team specialize in gentle, so-called minimal-invasive surgical techniques from benign to malignant diseases of the kidney, ureter, bladder, prostate, and the urethra. He is especially experienced in the potency preserving endoscopic surgery of the prostate cancer and the organ-sparing surgical procedures in the treatment of kidney cancer.

Further areas of focus are the laser-supported treatment of the benign prostate hyperplasia and of renal and ureteral calculi, all the gentle methods for the treatment of bladder weakness, the medical treatment of tumour diseases, the treatment of infertility as well as the treatment of age-related hormonal imbalance.  

Due to his long experience in General and Cardiac Surgery, his specialized education at the Urological University Hospital in Mannheim, and his work as Head Physician, Dr. Kamp can look back on 20 years of clinical experience and a broad spectrum of medicine. He has thereby performed more than 2,000 surgeries and has medically treated more than 4,000 patients.

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For Him

Urological checkup for men

  • Basic checkup
  • Extended checkup

Prostate

  • Benign prostate syndrome (enlarged prostate)
  • Chronic and acute infection of the prostate
  • Prostate cancer

Kidney    

  • Kidney stones
  • Kidney cysts
  • Stenosis of the uretero-pelvic-junction
  • Hypoplastic kidney
  • Tumours of the kidney and the adrenal gland
  • Pielonephritis (kidney infection)
  • Chronic inflammation of the kidney

Bladder

  • Bladder stones
  • Cystitis (bladder infection)
  • Bladder tumour
  • Cystocele (prolapse of the bladder)
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Neurogenic bladder
  • Overactive bladder

Ureter

  • Ureter stones
  • Ureter tumours
  • Strictures of the ureter
  • Reflux

Infertility

  • Diagnosis and treatment of infertility in men
  • Vasectomy

Sexual disorders

  • Libido disorder (disminished  sexual desire)
  • Orgasm and ejaculation disorders
  • Painful sexual intercourse

 

For Her

Urological cancer checkup for women

  • Basic checkup
  • Extended checkup

Kidney    

  • Kidney stones
  • Kidney cysts
  • Stenosis of the uretero-pelvic-junction
  • Hypoplastic kidney
  • Tumours of the kidney and the adrenal gland
  • Pielonephritis (kidney infection)
  • Chronic inflammation of the kidney

Bladder

  • Bladder stones
  • Cystitis (bladder infection)
  • Bladder tumour
  • Cystocele (prolapse of the bladder)
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Neurogenic bladder
  • Overactive bladder

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Non-Surgical Treatment

Niere

  • Nierensteine
  • Entzündung des Nierenbeckens
  • Chronische Entzündung der Niere
  • Nierentumore

Harnleiter

  • Harnleitersteine

Blase

  • Entzündungen der Blase
  • Blasenschwäche (Inkontinenz)
  • Weitere Fehlfunktionen der Blase
  • Blasentumore

Prostata

  • Entzündung der Prostata
  • Vergrößerung der Prostata
  • Prostatatumore (Krebs)

Harnröhre

  • Entzündung der Harnröhre
  • Verengung der Harnröhre

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My philosophy

Maintaining the flow in the body is an integral component of health and wellbeing.  Life is dynamic, nothing is static. To maintain this dynamic - or to optimize it - is one of the main goals of the urological department of the Palma Clinic.

Panta rhei – everything flows Simplicius of Cilicia

We take care of you, from the early detection of illnesses through their treatment to the after-care. This equally applies to women and men as well as children. Trust, devotion, and passion are thereby just as important to us as professionalism.

 

We help you stay healthy, get healthy or relieve suffering.

For your kid

Undescended testicles

A common condition in which at least one testicle fails to move down into the scrotal sac as the male fetus develops. In most cases, this is resolved on its own in the first year of life. If this condition persists after the first year of life, it definitely needs to be corrected, eather medicamentally or surgically, to avoid damage to the testicle, which can result in infertility or hormonal disorders in the future of your boy.

Phimosis

A common malformation is the narrowing of the foreskin, called phimosis. This condition is physiological in the first months of life and therefore does not need to be corrected immediately. However, if problems ocurr including inflammation of the foreskin and the glans, blockage of the urinary stream, an early correction may be necessary. We advice to correct a fimosis before entering school age.

An alternative to complete circumcision is the so-called "Triple Incision", an operation method in which the foreskin is only dilated and not removed completely.

Vesicoureteral Reflux

Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) occurs when urine stored in the bladder flows back up into the ureters (the tubes that run down from the kidneys to the bladder), and often back up into the kidneys. This can cause hydronephrosis (swelling of the kidney) and kidney damage. It is particularly common in children, usually caused by a congenital abnormality and often diagnosed during a prenatal ultrasound or when the infant or child has a urinary tract infection (UTI). VUR is discovered in approximately one in three children diagnosed with a UTI. When not treated through either antibiotic therapy or, when necessary, surgery, VUR can allow bacteria that grow in urine to enter the kidneys, which can lead to kidney infection, kidney damage, and chronic kidney failure.

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Surgical Treatments in Mallorca

Niere

  • Nierensteine
  • Nierenzysten
  • Verengung des Nierenbeckens
  • Schrumpfniere
  • Tumore der Niere und Nebenniere

Harnleiter

  • Harnleitersteine
  • Tumore des Harnleiters
  • Verengung des Harnleiters

Blase

  • Blasensteine
  • Blasenschwäche (Inkontinenz)
  • Senkung der Blase
  • Tumore der Blase
  • Aussackung der Blase (Divertikel)
  • Weitere Fehlfunktionen der Blase

Prostata

  • Vergrößerung der Prostata
  • Tumore der Prostata

Harnröhre

  • Verengung der Harnröhre
  • Fehlbildung der Harnröhre
  • Tumore der Harnröhre

Äußere Genitalien

  • Erkrankungen des Penis
  • Erkrankungen des Hodens
  • Erkrankungen der Vorhaut
  • Leistenbruch