Southern California Urinary Dysfunction Center
You’re up several times each night. You’re never far from a
restroom. Sometimes you don’t even want to leave the house. This
is why we created Casa Colina’s Urinary Dysfunction Center. It is
the only facility of its kind in the area devoted to helping patients
with overactive bladder or neurologically caused incontinence, and other
symptoms of urinary discomfort.
Using a multidisciplinary approach that includes the most innovative treatments
and therapies available today, we help patients regain control and management
of their urinary system, and improve their overall quality of life.
Our board certified urologists lead a team of urinary dysfunction experts
who work together to provide optimum care for bladder discomfort and incontinence.
We’ll examine every conceivable cause of your or your loved one’s
urinary discomfort and management. Our attention will be fully directed
on your diagnosis, treatment, education and support.
This program is recommended if you have/had:
- Frequent urination throughout the day or night
- Infrequent urination throughout the day or night
- Urine leaks caused by coughing, laughing, sneezing or lifting
- Menopausal symptoms
- MS or Parkinson’s disease
- Spinal cord injuries
- Prostate cancer
- Erectile dysfunction
- Recurring bladder infections
Our specially trained staff uses the most advanced diagnostic tools available
to help you or your loved one discover the best ways to improve the function
of the bladder or urinary tract.
At the Urinary Dysfunction Center, we provide:
- Convenient one-stop assessment, treatment and specialized care
- Simple non-medicinal behavioral therapy
- Pelvic floor biofeedback therapy
- Muscle testing
- Pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises
- Bladder training
- Medications or intravenous treatments
- Catheter education
- Arrangement for surgical procedures, if necessary
Whether your condition is due to stress, infection, or an anatomical or
neurological problem, rest assured, there are many ways to help alleviate
the pain, isolation and potential stigma associated with urinary dysfunction.
To speak with a representative, please call 909/596-7733, ext. 3500 or
toll-free 866/724-4127, ext. 3500.