The Urologic Associates of Montgomery County are proud to
offer a new comprehensive program in female and male pelvic health at the new
continence center. We serve the
greater Philadelphia area and the Northern and Northwestern suburbs of
The Montgomery County Center for Continence and Pelvic
Health offers the latest management for female and male urinary incontinence,
pelvic floor prolapse and pelvic floor disorders, overactive bladder, and
recurrent urinary infections. Our website links provide detailed
information regarding some of the treatment options available at the center.
We take pride in offering our services in a comfortable,
private, and caring environment to best help in the treatment of your
condition. Our new diagnostic
center incorporates Video Urodynamics, the most advanced testing modality for
the evaluation of voiding disorders. Located within our East Norriton office, the Montgomery County Center for Continence and Pelvic Health has its own waiting room, changing facilities, and diagnostic center for the utmost in privacy and convenience. The Center is located on the ground floor and is completely handicap accessible. Our team of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses provide compassionate and complete care during your visit.
Dr Brett Lebed, a native of the Philadelphia area, is the
Director of the Montgomery County Center for Continence and Pelvic Health. He is a Fellowship Trained Specialist in the areas of Female Urology/Urogynecology/Voiding Dysfunction/and Neurogenic Bladder. He also is the Director of Female
Urology and Urodynamics and a
Clinical Assistant Professor for the Temple University School of Medicine.
We have offices conveniently located to the Blue Bell, Lower
Gwynedd, East Norriton, Lafayette Hill, Phoenixville, Collegeville, Montgomeryville,
North Wales, and Lansdale areas. We are happy to accept new patients in a timely fashion.
Urologic Associates is proud to offer the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art facility available in the Philadelphia suburbs for the diagnosis and treatment of female and male urinary control and pelvic health problems.
What is Female
Female Urology/Urogynecology is a subspecialty of urology
that deals with the diagnosis and management of issues of voiding dysfunction,
incontinence, and the muscular pelvic floor of women and men. These subspecialists have completed a
five to six year residency in urology, followed by fellowship subspecialty training
in female urology/urogynecology/neurourology/and voiding dysfunction.
Dr Lebed has trained in both female urology and
urogynecology during his urologic residency and fellowship training, allowing a
comprehensive approach to voiding dysfunction, incontinence, and pelvic floor
prolapse. Our staff is dedicated
to providing treatment options directed to the individual patient, and Dr Lebed
offers a range of cutting edge treatment options including minimally invasive
surgery, robotic surgery, and advanced incontinence management to provide the
best options for our patients.
When should you seek
treatment with a female urologist/urogynecologist?
Urinary incontinence, bladder problems, and pelvic floor
disorders are extremely common among women, with increasing prevalence with
advancing age. Many women
find these issues to be to embarrassing to discuss with their friends or
family, and they can be overlooked by physicians. Patients should seek treatment if they experience frequency
of urination that impacts their lifestyle, urinary leakage, pelvic discomfort
or vaginal bulge, or the sensation of incomplete bladder emptying.
Who develops pelvic floor disorders?
Although these problems can affect women of various age
groups, they most commonly present in post-menopausal women and women who have
experienced pregnancy and childbirth. Prior pelvic surgery, including hysterectomy, can also lead to problems
with pelvic floor support and function.
Services at the
Montgomery County Center for Continence and Pelvic Health
- Stress Incontinence Treatment
- Urgency, Overactive Bladder, and Urge Incontinence Treatment
- Pelvic Prolapse Treatment
- Treatment of Mesh Related Complications
- Minimally Invasive and ROBOTIC Surgery for Incontinence and
- Urinary Tract Infection Evaluation and Treatment
- Female Sexual Dysfunction Management
- Interstitial Cystitis and Pelvic Pain Management