Involuntary loss of urine is a common problem that can affect a woman at any age. There are many possible causes for urinary incontinence, but it is typically caused by pelvic floor muscle weakness after childbirth or complex neuromuscular (nerve and muscle) changes related to other health conditions.
The physicians and staff at University Women's Care are a team of caring professionals. Our providers have the expertise to treat even the most complex urogynecologic problems. We provide practiced, thoughtful care and work with patients to find the most appropriate diagnosis and treatment to meet each woman's unique personal needs.
Accurately diagnosing the cause of urinary incontinence helps determine the most effective treatment for a woman's particular situation.
There are many ways, surgical and nonsurgical, to treat urinary incontinence. Treatment recommendations are based on the type of incontinence a patient has.
Our providers have the expertise to treat even the most complex urogynecologic problems with practiced, thoughtful care for the needs of our patients. The pelvic health program at UMMC sees patients by physician-referral and self-referral.
To refer a patient to the University Women's Care pelvic health program: