Assistant Professor of Urology
A diagnosis of neurogenic bladder can have a significant impact on your quality of life, and our urologists are ready to develop a treatment plan that is sensitive to your needs and works for your individual lifestyle. Our multidisciplinary team of experts will coordinate with the treatments provided by the rest of your healthcare team, including neurologists, physiatrists, and primary care specialists.
Our mission is to perform research and discover next generation methods for treatments of conditions like neurogenic bladder. Our physicians lead and participate in cutting-edge clinical trials, and we are continually looking for new ways to adopt innovative treatments from around the world as new advances come to light. We are well equipped to deliver currently available treatment options for neurogenic bladder including sacral neuromodulation, onabotulinumtoxin A bladder injections, and complex bladder reconstructive surgery.
What is Neurogenic Bladder?
- Clinical InterestsPediatrics; Urology; Urology Department, Hospital
Professor of UrologyClinical InterestsHematuria; Urinary Incontinence; Cystitis, Interstitial; Cystocele
Professor of Clinical Urology; Director of Yale-New Haven Children’s Bladder and Continence Program; Director of Yale Medicine Pediatric Bladder & Continence ProgramClinical InterestsUrinary Bladder Diseases; Laparoscopy; Prune Belly Syndrome; Urinary Tract; Urination Disorders
Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology
Donald Guthrie Professor of Urology; Director, Pediatric UrologyClinical InterestsCryptorchidism; Hypospadias; Medical Oncology; Urinary Incontinence; Vesico-Ureteral Reflux