Incontinence Treatments in the Naperville, IL, Area

Do you find yourself stuck at home because of incontinence issues? Does going out frighten you because of potential leakage issues? Enough is enough. Visit Advanced Urology Associates today for effective incontinence treatments in the Naperville, IL, area.

Understand Incontinence
Incontinence is an uncontrollable urine leaking because of weak bladder muscles. Multiple things can cause this issue to occur, including pregnancies and injuries.

Let Us Help
Advanced Urology Associates is here to help with your incontinence issues. We provide several incontinence treatment options:

  • Artificial urinary sphincters
  • Continence pessaries
  • Dietary adjustments
  • Pelvic floor therapy and rehabilitation
  • Penile clamps
  • Urethral bulking injections
  • Urethral slings for both men and women
  • Vaginal inserts

This list includes both surgical and non-surgical procedures. To understand which one is right for your specific condition, we consult with you on the different symptoms you experience and the severity of your incontinence.

Live Life Again

No one should have to suffer through years of incontinence. When you’re tired of working your schedule around the closest bathroom, visit Advanced Urology Associates. Since 1981, we’ve helped men, women, and children with their urinary issues. Now, let us help you with incontinence treatments in the Naperville, IL, area. Contact us today at 815.409.4930 or request an appointment.

Advanced Urology treats incontinence in patients from Aurora, Bolingbrook, Chicago, Crest Hill, Elk Grove Village, Elmhurst, Frankfort, Homer Glen, Joliet, Lombard, Lockport, New Lenox, Mokena, Morris, Naperville, Orland Park, Park Ridge, Plainfield, Tinley Park and Woodridge.

Overactive Bladder Patient Education

An overactive bladder can have a major impact on your life and finding the right treatment can be just as frustrating. At Advanced Urology Associates, our experienced OAB physicians assess our patients and discuss treatment options to work to find the best options and treatment plans.

OAB Patient Education Brochure