Many people don't realize just how common urinary incontinence is. In the United States alone, it is estimated that millions of women's lives are affected by this condition, yet many are reluctant to discuss it - even with their family, friends or physician. That leaves them feeling vulnerable and alone. Yet millions of Americans - both men and women - experience persistent incontinence. Unfortunately, many suffer in silence. You are not alone
The Good News
There is good news for sufferers of urinary incontinence. Over 90% of the cases we see are treatable and result in either substantial improvement or a cure.
Sophisticated screening processes are available to allow physicians to accurately determine the extent of your condition and to assist you in developing a treatment plan that works for your lifestyle.
In recent years, many new treatments have been developed to offer relief for sufferers of urinary incontinence. Our physicians and staff can assist you in choosing from the best available therapies to offer the best solutions for you. In addition to the more obvious treatments of medicines and surgery, The Center for Urinary Control also offers non-invasive treatments such as biofeedback and behavioral therapy.
Our experienced nursing staff has extensive specialized training in the evaluation and treatment of incontinence.
Concerned about Urinary Incontinence or Overactive Bladder?
Take the following questionnaire. If you can answer yes to one or more of these questions, you may have an easily treatable condition and may be one step away from a cure -
- Have pain and burning with urination?
- Leak urine when you cough, laugh, sneeze, bend, lift or exercise?
- Urinate 8 or more times in a 24-hour period?
- Frequently have a strong, sudden urge to urinate?
- Sometimes experience leakage before you can get to the bathroom?
- Have frequent bladder or kidney infections?
- Have a history of kidney stones?
- See or have seen blood in your urine?
If you experience one or more of the above conditions, we may be able to help you regain control of your life.