Our Approach to Treating Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence in men and women can occur for a wide variety of reasons, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Side effects of other treatments
  • Obstruction
  • Urinary disorder
  • Aging

And in women, other causes might include pregnancy, childbirth, and/or menopause.

It’s important to note that urinary incontinence is a symptom of something else (rather than a disease itself). Because of the nature of this condition, many people are embarrassed and/or hesitant to discuss incontinence and seek treatment. Here’s what to keep in mind: You are not alone, and we want to help.

Our board-certified urologists are ready to listen, answer your questions, and work with you on a treatment protocol that makes sense for you and your life. Let us help.

"Pelvic floor PT has improved my symptoms and given me hope that I can beat my health problem -- or at least keep it to where it's manageable. Alicia is the most knowledgeable, kind and attentive medical professional I've ever met! "

"I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Johnson and her staff! She never makes me feel rushed at my appointments and she truly cares and listens to what I have to say."

"Greater Boston Urology took away all my concerns. The front end staff and nurses are nice and efficient when you arrive. The waiting room time is short. Dr. Geffin is professional and provides excellent patient care."

"Dr. Bleiler is my idea of the ideal physician. He's a highly-skilled physician, has a great manner, presents information clearly/succinctly, and shows care for the patient. No need to go to Boston as Falmouth has it all! I would recommend him to anyone who needed similar care."

"Everyone from Dr. Lin to all the support staff was very professional and made me feel comfortable."

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Urinary incontinence is treatable. Let us help.

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