The OAB Clinic
Suffering from overactive bladder in Chattanooga TN?
The OAB Clinic at Erlanger East Hospital is a comprehensive clinic dedicated to the evaluation and management of OAB. This means that we are able to offer our patients the full range of treatment options available for OAB at one, convenient location. We have all of the resources to diagnose and treat even the most complex patients, including those who have failed prior treatments or are having complications from previous therapies.
Many patients we have met over the years are frustrated by how difficult it can be to have their incontinence diagnosed and treated. Many patients will suffer for years before they are able to have their leakage issues addressed. At The OAB Clinic, we work to eliminate those barriers and help you to reach your goals as efficiently as possible.
Getting rid of barriers along your journey means anticipating what you will need between visits, arranging diagnostic tests and treatments before you arrive for your next visit. We use an OAB Navigator, a unique member of our team whose only job is to guide you along a path to control of your incontinence. We strive to minimize the steps between you and success.
Our physicians and support staff have training and experience in the evaluation and management of incontinence that is unique in our area. We have the only urologists in the region who have completed fellowship training that includes a focus on incontinence, allowing them to provide you the most advanced options for diagnosis and treatment of your condition.
If you are suffering from an overactive bladder in Chattanooga, Cleveland, and East Ridge, TN, fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation.
Take the first step to control of your life today and contact The OAB Clinic at Erlanger East Hospital for your evaluation. Call us today (423) 778-4OAB.
Click below to get The OAB Clinic by Colin Goudelocke app; a guide to the patient care pathway used by the providers and patients in The OAB Clinic.
Learn more about the symptoms of Overactive Bladder as well as lifestyle changes and other treatment options at the Overactive Bladder Seminar.