Overactive Bladder (OAB)

One out of six adults suffers from Overactive Bladder

Although quite common, Overactive Bladder (OAB) is NOT a normal part of the aging process.  More than 37 million adult Americans suffer from the challenges of bladder issues. If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of urgency to urinate, frequent urination or urine leakage, call today and begin your personalized journey to better bladder health.  

Your Personal Patient Navigator

We go a step beyond the routine standard of care by offering a complimentary OAB Patient Navigator service.  Your personal navigator will contact you regularly to help you understand your diagnosis, coordinate communication between you and your physician, facilitate treatment (including appointments and diagnostic testing) in a timely manner, inform you about other services available to you, and help guide you through the next steps toward significant improvement in your OAB symptoms.  

Our clinical team will guide you through our OAB pathway below and will find the right solution for you.  

What is OAB?

Having an Overactive Bladder prevents you from controlling when and how much you urinate.  You may experience unexpected small or large leaks, or use the bathroom very frequently. The following are four symptoms of OAB, which may occur on a daily basis or may come and go unpredictably:

Urgency – a sudden and overwhelming urge to urinate.

Frequency – urinating more than 8 times a day (normal frequency is 4-6 times per day or every 3-5 hours).

Urge Incontinence – wetting accident that follows a sudden urge to urinate. 

Nocturia — Waking two or more times during the night to urinate (most people can sleep for 6-8 hours without having to urinate)