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Urology

The loss of bladder control, known as "incontinence," affects more than 12 million Americans. Specialized treatment facilities like Bayhealth can significantly improve or completely cure 80 percent of incontinence causes - many times without surgery.

Many non-surgical and surgical treatment options are available especially if the condition is diagnosed early.

Non-surgical treatment approaches:

  • Counseling/dietary modification of diet, toilet habits and outside influences that affect urinary control
  • Bladder retraining and behavioral therapy such as biofeedback to help strengthen weak pelvic muscles
  • Medication to help alleviate the symptoms of incontinence without surgery


Surgical treatment approaches:

  • Collagen or Durasphere injection therapy – a minimally invasive alternative to open surgery
  • Surgery – including Transvaginal tape (TVT), Transobturator tape (TOT), Interstim Sacral Nerve Modulation, Pubovaginal Sling, and Artificial Urinary Sphincter


Urology consists of three diagnostic/treatment components to give patients several options:

  • The Urodynamics Center – testing such as video urodynamics to identify the most effective treatment
  • The Biofeedback Suite – non-surgical methods to “retrain” the bladder and strengthen pelvic muscles using bio-feedback and physical therapy
  • Specialized operating room facilities for surgical procedures