If you've only had approximately one bout with kidney stones a year, why would you have a binder full of this stuff? Do you WANT to be med-boarded? (Not asking to be rude....just need more information).
It doesn't make any sense to me that a PCM would put in a profile. Unless you have some kind of kidney stones that involve lithothripsy or a major surgery every single time, there is no way this is a condition that needs a profile. I have kidney stones frequently...been in the Army for 23 years and counting....even had kidney stones while deployed. I just got pain meds from the medics (or ER when in garrison) and walked on. They give me a medicine called Flomax also. At the most, I get 24 hours quarters. So, there's something that seems like it's missing in your question. No reputable PCM is going to put you on profile without first sending you to see a nephrologist and getting an evaluation. Now, if you are TRYING to get out of the military via the med-board route then maybe your PCM is trying to help you along? Without knowing more, that's all I can advise.
personal experience with kidney stones while on active duty Army