We Are Experts in the Diagnosis and Treatment of this Common, Life-Altering Condition.
You are not alone. Did you know that 1 in 4 women will experience incontinence before the age of 50 and that nearly 50 percent of women over the age of 50 are experiencing some type of incontinence right now? Incontinence refers to the involuntary loss of control of bladder and/or bowel function that results in the leakage of urine and or stool. The good news is that it is typically treatable, and there are several non-surgical and surgical options available.
A non-surgical option is pelvic floor physical therapy, which includes pelvic floor muscle strengthening and bladder and bowel retraining to help regain control over accidental bladder and bowel leakage and improve bladder emptying. Other non-surgical alternatives include medications. Physical therapy referrals are also available.
If you need surgery to correct the issues you are having with leakage, we are the foremost leaders in surgical treatment and care. We offer urethral bulking, radiofrequency micro-ablative procedures, sacral neural modulation treatment, Botox injections, and pelvic floor muscle therapy for those who are candidates for less invasive and non-invasive treatment options.
Dr. Samatha Kadiyala is board certified in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery and a member of the American Urogynecology Society. Our team of providers specializes in treating incontinence and meeting your specific medical needs.