Dan Hibbert, MD

MD

Dr. Hibbert is a board certified Urologist and received his medical training from the University of Rochester Medical Center. He completed extensive training in laparoscopic and robotic surgery during his residency at the University of Rochester Medical Center and was recognized as an outstanding surgical educator in 2003. Dr. Hibbert’s professional experience has given him the ability to treat patients with the best procedures to ensure optimal results. His specialties include the following:

  • Men’s Health
  • Treatments for Prostate Cancer
  • Da Vinci robotic surgery

In most cases, hematuria does not indicate a serious disorder, although, it is important to have this condition evaluated by a board-certified Urologist. Hematuria can becategorized in two different ways; gross hematuria or microscopic hematuria. Gross hematuria can be seen by the naked eye, but microscopic hematuria can only be detected with urinalysis. Either condition can occur with or without pain. Gross hematuria can be surprising for a patient when pain is not present, and can cause much anxiety. Microscopic hematuria that has not been evaluated can also be a quandary for both the patient and physician.