However, many find it difficult or embarrassing to bring up problems with urinary incontinence when visiting your doctor. Know that we have the expertise required to take care of you and your bladder, and you can utilize our supportive staff as your resource at any moment if you have questions.
We have particular expertise in treating the following bladder symptoms and conditions:
In order to determine the root cause of your discomfort, we will use any combination of the following in working with you:
With a thorough assessment, we are able to offer several treatment options.
Congratulations to you for taking an important first step in addressing issues with continence. Urinary incontinence affects as many as 17-25 million Americans. Experts estimate that greater than 12 billion dollars is spent each year on incontinence and related problems. Approximately 85 percent of those affected with urinary incontinence are women. One out of every four women between the ages of 30 and 59, and 50 percent of the elderly, suffers with urinary incontinence. It affects people not only physically, but emotionally, psychologically and socially. It may lead to embarrassment, social isolation and depression and prevent its sufferers from fully participating in normal daily activities.
We have numerous ways to determine the root cause of your discomfort. We will use any combination of the following in working with you.
Speaking to your physician is the first step to obtaining a proper diagnosis. However, many find it difficult or embarrassing to bring up problems with urinary incontinence when visiting the doctor. Please see our Getting Started link below for tips that will help you get started.