Dr. Frimberger is board certified by the American Board of Urology with a subspecialty in Pediatric Urology. He is a Professor in the Department of Urology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the Chief of Pediatric Urology at the Children’s Hospital of Oklahoma. Dr. Frimberger received his medical degree from the University of Wurzburg in Germany and completed his urology residency in a combined program through the Department of Urology of the Ludwig- Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, and the Brady Urological Institute at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He went on to complete a fellowship in Pediatric Urology at Johns Hopkins Hospital and afterward, came to Oklahoma where he has been practicing for the last 19 years.
Dr. Frimberger is a member of several national and international Societies for Pediatric Urology. Dr. Frimberger has a general pediatric urology practice and specializes in neonates and children with severe congenital urologic birth defects such as hypospadias, bladder reflux (VUR), hydronephrosis, spina bifida, DSD, bladder exstrophy and cloacal anomalies. He established the first program for robotic surgery in Pediatric Urology here in Oklahoma and is a skilled reconstructive and minimally invasive surgeon. In addition, Dr. Frimberger has several research interests in specialized areas of pediatric urology including spina bifida and reconstructive surgery, and has over 100 published articles in peer-reviewed journals and contributed book chapters to a large variety of highly regarded urological and surgical textbooks.
Dr. Frimberger is very engaged in the community and is a Board member of the Oklahoma Adaptive Sports Association (OKASA), a non-profit organization to develop, sponsor, and promote recreational and competitive athletic opportunities for individuals with physical challenges.
On a personal note, he is happily married to his wife of over twenty-five years; they have two children and 4 dogs. As a family, they enjoy outdoor activities and raise cattle and sheep.
Pediatric Urology: Common Male and Female Genital Abnormalities and their Management
- Implement improvements in communication between parents and health care professional.
- Describe Genital abnormalities.
- Distinguish Pediatric Urology Emergencies.