Arnaldo Trabucco completed his residency in Urology and Urologic Surgery at the University of Nebraska after training under a few of the best surgeons and urologists in the United States at a few top-notch medical facilities, including the Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, St. Mary’s Hospital (Yale affiliate) and University of Nebraska Medical Center. Trabucco is now close to celebrating 30 years as a clinical urologist.
Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco started his clinical urology career at his private practice in New York City. He worked there for 16 years, treating patients with all kinds of urological disorders that other physicians and specialists couldn’t or wouldn’t treat. After his long stint helping the people of New York City, Trabucco moved on to Indiana, Nevada, Italy, and Florida. He wanted to spread his practice to patients around the United States who didn’t have the same access to healthcare that many of his patients in New York City did.
Along the way, Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco also contributed to the research and development of bold new treatments for a variety of urological conditions, including Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) and more. Trabucco has published several research studies and papers of his own for nearly 30 years. He has also contributed to medical textbooks being used by doctors and medical students around the United States and beyond. Trabucco makes his contributions to the ongoing study of urology and the development of new, less-invasive treatments designed to avoid the physical toll that surgery can cause. If at all possible, Dr. Trabucco works to help his patients without the administration of anesthesia and the use of pain medication.
Arnaldo Trabucco has helped many patients over the years overcome their urological conditions in the most painless ways possible. As he nears 30 years in the profession, he looks back at the mentors and help he has had along the way. Dr. Trabucco is grateful for everyone’s help along his long and productive career within the practice of urology. Trabucco has owned several private practices around the world, and he hopes to help even more patients in different parts of the world for many more years to come.