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14
May

What to do if you think you have a kidney stone

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Maybe it began with a dull ache in your lower abdomen. Or severe pain below your ribs that comes and goes in waves. Regardless, thinking you might have a kidney stone is stressful! But, there a few things you can do to take stock of your symptoms and determine what proactive steps to take to minimize discomfort.

What is a kidney stone?

A kidney stone is a buildup of minerals that forms in the kidneys or urinary tract. Commonly consisting of calcium, oxalate, cysteine, or phosphate, kidney stones vary in size from nearly undetectable to as large as a golf ball.

18
Feb

Combining Dialysis and Heart Healthy Diets

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February is American Heart Month, and it’s a great time to spread a little love to your body. As many patients with chronic kidney disease in the Cincinnati area also have hypertension or other types of heart disease, it’s important to eat both a dialysis-friendly and heart-healthy diet.

However, these diets serve different purposes and have a few conflicting recommendations. Here are a few things to consider when merging these two diets.

28
Jan

Take Charge of Your Kidney Health This Year

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The beginning of a new year is a great time to reflect on the previous and set goals for the months ahead. Maybe you’ve been wanting to make more changes in your life to improve your kidney health and overall wellbeing. For those with chronic kidney disease, taking control of your kidney health might feel a little overwhelming. But there are many steps you can take that can make a big difference in your wellbeing.

29
Dec

Dr. Tindni Again Named a Top Doctor in Cincinnati

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The Nephrology Associates of Greater Cincinnati is proud to announce that Dr. Arshdeep Tindni has again been named to the Cincinnati Magazine Top Doctors list – an honor that is bestowed by recommendations from his medical peers.

Patients, staff, and fellow nephrologists alike recognize Dr. Tindni’s commitment to compassionate patient care and nephrology research. He played a leading role in multi-disciplinary research that improves the lives of patients, including preparatory methods of kidney disease treatment and quality of life benefits of home hemodialysis.

 

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In addition to his nephrology research, Dr. Tindni serves as an assistant professor and mentor at area hospitals and medical schools, where he trains the next generation of doctors to provide outstanding patient care.

Giving back is important to Dr. Tindni, which is why he participates in voluntary medical work and serves on the advisory board of the National Kidney Foundation’s Cincinnati chapter.

To learn more about Dr. Tindni, visit our care team page.

19
Nov

Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease

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According to the National Kidney Foundation, more than half of chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients also have high blood pressure. High blood pressure (HBP), also called hypertension, can increase the chance that your CKD will worsen, making it extremely important for CKD patients to maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and keep blood pressure in check.

Unregulated HBP and chronic kidney disease are inextricably linked – hypertension can cause kidney disease and kidney disease can cause hypertension.

Hypertension is one of the leading causes of CKD. High blood pressure damages blood vessels throughout your body over time, which reduces the blood supply to vital organs like your kidneys. When HBP also damages the filtering bodies in your kidneys, the kidneys can no longer remove toxins, wastes, and excess water from your blood effectively. The extra fluid buildup in the blood vessels can then accelerate hypertension more.

17
Feb

How to Stay Active with Kidney Disease

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Staying active is an important part of your kidney care and overall wellbeing. Even simple exercises can have a positive effect on your body and mind.

Why should kidney disease patients exercise?

Exercising may seem counterintuitive for patients with kidney disease when you frequently feel tired. Getting enough rest is important, but adding exercise to your care regimen may help the condition of your kidneys and actually increase your energy levels.

Finding an exercise routine that works for you can also help you sleep better, gain control of your weight and blood pressure, improve your mood, and increase your strength.

17
Feb

Dr. Tindni Named Top Doctor in Cincinnati 2018

The Nephrology Associates of Greater Cincinnati is proud to announce that Dr. Arshdeep Tindni has again been honored as one of the top doctors in the tristate by Cincinnati Magazine.

 

Every year, Cincinnati Magazine publishes its

Top Doctors list. The annual survey is sent to more than 6,000 physicians and asks whom these medical professionals would turn to if they or someone they care about needed medical attention. The respondents were required to nominate someone other than themselves.

This year’s honorees include 768 physicians in more than 50 specialties. Every doctor on the list garnered at least seven votes.

Dr. Tindni has been practicing nephrology for over five years and is a member of the American Society for Nephrology (ASN), the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), and the Renal Physician Association (RPA).

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