Approximately 13 million men and women in America suffer from incontinence. Incontinence is the leakage of urine, which, when frequent or severe, becomes a social or hygienic problem. Our team of urologists, gynecologists and registered nurses provide individual treatment plans to conquer this problem.
The Division of Urological Surgery provides care for male and female patients, adult and pediatric, with genitourinary diseases. Faculty members treat a wide spectrum of diseases, including those that may present initially as other medical problems, such as hematuria or infection. Our Continence Center is an interdepartmental collaboration with Gynecology, wherein a team approach is used to diagnose and treat continence concerns. Expanded treatment options include pelvic floor exercise and biofeedback therapy.
- Urological Cancer
- Benign prostate hypertrophy
- Urinary incontinence, voiding dysfunction
- Calculus disease
- Erectile dysfunction, impotence
- Prosthetic implants
- Specialized urodynamic testing
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Reconstructive surgery
- Male infertility
- Female urology