Urodynamics and Voiding Improvement Program
The Urodynamics and Voiding Improvement Program is dedicated to supporting the diagnosis and management of children with medical conditions that affect bladder function, including neurological conditions. The program features the region's most experienced and comprehensive care team for the management of bladder conditions in children.
Conditions we Treat
The medical team works together to support assessment of a range of bladder conditions, including:
- Urinary incontinence
- Daytime and nighttime enuresis
- Posterial urethral valves
- Voiding issues related to complex urogical maformation
- Bladder exstrophy
- Cloacal anomalies
- Dysfunctional elimination syndrome
Treatments and Procedures
Evaluation of Urinary Conditions
Often the best way to assess urinary function abnormalities is to conduct urodynamic testing. This diagnostic tool can help identify the physical causes of urinary issues. A pediatric urologist will recommend this test when indicated.
A Team Approach to Care
The Urodynamics and Voiding Improvement Program is comprised of a multidisciplinary team that collaborates to identify the source of bladder function abnormalities, with the goal of creating a care management plan to meet each child’s individual needs.
The team includes the following specialists:
- Pediatric urologist
- Pediatric urodynamic nurse
- Pediatric radiologic technologist