ozark nephrology

DR. Kura Best Nephrologist In Poplar Bluff

Providing the Best Nephrology Care for
Southeast Missouri since 2010

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Our Growth Over The Years About Us

At Ozark Nephrology, our main goal is to improve and optimize the lives of our patients. We specialize in treating a wide range of kidney disease-related disorders, including diabetic nephropathy, hypertension, kidney stones, anemia, hyperkalemia, etc.

Our practice aims to help patients obtain optimal health while navigating the complexities of renal disease.

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DR. Kura
Best Nephrologist In Poplar Bluff
DR. Kura
Best Nephrologist In Poplar Bluff

Top Doctors in The Industry Our Experts

Dr. Raghuveer Kura

Dr.Raghuveer Kura MD FASN FNKF

Kaci O’Neill

Kaci O’Neill MSN FNP-C

April Dover

April Dover, Secretary

Sonya Monaghan

Sonya Monaghan, CMA

Cally Vas

Cally Vas, CNA

What We Offer in The Industry Our Services

Chronic Kidney Disease

About 10% of the world’s population is affected by chronic kidney disease. The team at Ozark Nephrology ...

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Kidney Stones

Kidney stones cause excruciating pain, and passing them on your own isn’t always safe or possible ...

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Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic Nephropathy is an umbrella term for health conditions affecting your kidneys. At Ozark Nephrology ...

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Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is a rare but potentially dangerous kidney disorder that leads to an excess of protein ...

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Hematuria, or blood in your urine, is an alarming symptom that can cause your urine ...

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Polycystic Kidney Disease

When left untreated, polycystic kidney disease (PKD) can lead to kidney failure ...

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When your kidneys fail, dialysis can take over for them, performing many of the same vital ...

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Proteinuria, or the abnormal presence of protein in your urine, is an early indicator of kidney disease ...

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Frequent urination & ESRD

Constantly having to go to the bathroom is annoying, but beyond that, frequent urination ...

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Hypercalcemia & Hypocalcemia

Calcium is a necessary nutrient for your body and helps control many essential body functions ...

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High Blood Pressure

You may think of high blood pressure as a cardiovascular condition, but it’s actually a leading contributor ...

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As of 2014, upwards of 78 million adults and over 12 million children in the United States were medically obese ...

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Hyperkalemia & Hypokalemia

If your potassium levels are too high or too low as the result of kidney disease or medication ...

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Low levels of sodium in your blood, or hyponatremia, is a common electrolyte disorder that often ...

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Acute Renal Failure

Kidney failure, or acute kidney failure, can develop quickly, causing waste to accumulate in your blood ...

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If you find yourself feeling weak, tired, and short of breath, the cause may be anemia, a shortage of red blood cells ...

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Low blood pressure, or hypotension, tends to get less attention than its counterpart, high blood pressure ...

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Kidney disease often results in edema, swelling that most commonly affects your hands, arms, feet, ankles, and legs ...

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