Kidney Disease

What is Kidney Disease?

Kidney disease denotes a condition characterized by kidney damage and a decline in their functionality. Kidneys serve as the body's filters, responsible for eliminating waste, while also contributing to red blood cell health. As it progresses, the kidneys' ability to filter waste deteriorates, leading to accumulation in the blood.

This condition is chronic due to the gradual and progressive decline in function, which can ultimately culminate in kidney failure. Although not all individuals advance to kidney failure, the disease typically worsens without intervention. While there is no outright cure, there are measures available to decelerate damage. In cases of kidney failure, treatments such as dialysis and transplantation become vital options for care. Schneck is here to provide the guidance and support necessary to navigate this condition effectively and enhance your quality of life, from early-stage management to advanced kidney disease interventions. Don't hesitate to reach out to our expert team for dependable care.

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