Arnaldo Trabucco, MD is a highly trained, highly professional board certified medical professional currently practicing general urology. He was trained at prestigious institutions all over the United States of America including Columbia University.
He received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Adelphi University located in Garden City, New York in 1976 before moving on to medical school at Columbia University in 1978. He also trained at the University of Rome School of Medicine and Surgery before beginning his residency. Arnaldo’s first residency was in general surgery at the Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Arnaldo Trabucco gained an immense amount of experience as a first year resident in general surgery.
He then moved on to complete his second residency again in general surgery at St. Mary’s Hospital, a Yale affiliate located in Waterbury, Connecticut. It was after his second year residency that he was accepted into the urological surgery training program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He became the Chief Resident in 1987.
Arnaldo Trabucco, is dedicated to the patients he treats. He has devoted his life to the development, research, and implementation of innovative practices that will further the field of urology and urological surgery. He is the inventor of the Trabucco Double Balloon: Urethral Catheter, which is used in conjunction with extra corporeal shockwave lithotripsy.
It is used as a form of treatment for urethral stones and has a 95 percent success rate. Arnaldo Trabucco, MD has 28 year’s experience in the field of general urology; almost 30 years of hands on surgical work, extensive research, and practice. He is nothing short of an expert medical professional within the realm of general urology.