Neuromodulation Therapy

Overview

Some bladder conditions and symptoms are the result of problems related to neuromuscular coordination or control. When a patient's brain is not communicating properly with the sacral nerves, or the nerves that control the bladder and muscles related to urinary function, it is impossible for these nerves to properly regulate the activity of the bladder and pelvic floor. This can result in an overactive bladder, urge incontinence, and trouble with urinary retention or incomplete emptying.


Diagnosis, Treatment, and Therapies

To learn about diagnosis, treatment, and therapies, please visit Emory Urology Services.