Dr. Daniel Stone, MD FACOG
Urogynecologist located in Phoenix, AZ
Dr. Daniel Stone, MD is one of the leading experts in the surgical and non-surgical management of pelvic floor disorders in Phoenix, Scottsdale and the surrounding Arizona areas.
Dr. Stone has started offering Telemedicine visits due to the Corona Virus Pandemic. We are still navigating the world of telemedicine so please be bear with us as we work out any problems.
You will need the following:
- A computer or mobile device with a good internet connection and video camera with charger.
- Check your Pulse. Please follow the following instructions
- Place two fingers between the bone and the tendon over your radial artery — which is located on the thumb side of your wrist.
- When you feel your pulse, count the number of beats in 15 seconds.
- Multiply this number by four to calculate your beats per minute.
- Click on the following link to start their telemedicine visit with Dr. Stone https://doxy.me/drdanielstone
For Established Patients
Hopefully, when you set up this appointment with the front office we properly identified you as a good candidate for a telemedicine visit. Ideally, these appointments work best if you fit into one or more of the following categories:
- You are doing well and don’t have an urgent complaint
- You following up regarding a medication that was started.
- You need a routine follow-up
- You need a 2-4 week post-operative visit and are doing well
Dr. Stone would prefer to see you in person in the following scenarios
- Any urgent vaginal related complaint (discharge, bleeding, pain) that requires a pelvic exam
- Urinary tract infections
- Pessary checks or fittings
- 6-8 weeks post-operative visits, although these can be delayed until a later time if you are doing well.
- Wound checks
For New Patients
We are now setting up visits for new patients for Dr. Stone for non-urgent complaints. Non-urgent issues may include prolapse related complaints (vaginal bulge, vaginal pressure, feeling of something falling out of the vagina), urge urinary incontinence, stress urinary incontinence, interstitial cystitis, and urinary tract infections. If you have an urgent complaint that needs immediate therapy then please set up an in-person appointment with Dr. Stone
It’s important to realize that this visit may not result in a diagnosis. Dr. Stone may have a suspicion of what is wrong but may not be able to give you a definitive diagnosis until he sees you in person, and performs a more thorough exam at a later time. Without a diagnosis, you also may not have a concrete plan until the 2nd in-person visit with Dr. Stone.