Urodynamics: Following the Flow
Urodynamics is a type of study of the lower urinary tract used in urology and urogynecology to assess the functionality of the bladder and urethra in their ability to work together in the storage and release of urine. By conducting urodynamics, a physician is able to determine why their patient may be experiencing such concerning conditions as urinary incontinence, overactive bladder; and a strong, sudden urgency to urinate without actually being able to do so. Once results are obtained, the patient will be given a more accurate diagnosis and presented with the most viable treatments specific to their case.
At Coyle Institute, Dr. Michael Coyle and his caring staff have years of experience in conducting urodynamics; and they provide their patients with the highest level of care, answering their questions and offering advice on whatever concerns they might have. At Coyle Institute, they realize the sensitive nature of urinary issues---not only in regards to physical health, but also in regards to the emotional aspect of these commonly experienced conditions---and they are dedicated to making their patients feel that their health is in the most capable hands. As a leading urogynecologist in the greater Pensacola area, Dr. Coyle is able to provide the women in his care with cutting-edge treatments and technologically advanced options that are truly life-changing.