Your pelvic floor is a section of muscle which runs from your pubic bone at the front of your body, and connects to your tailbone at the back. In women, this muscle acts as a kind of hammock, supporting the womb, bladder and bowel. In men, the pelvic floor supports the bladder and bowel.Read More »Best Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men and Women
Overactive Bladder dysfunction or OAB is a common infliction in older men and women, or as a side-effect to pregnancy and certain cancer treatments.Read More »[Video] What exactly is over-active bladder dysfunction or OAB?
In this video, Dr Katelaris explains the various reasons why a woman may experience the urge to urinate frequently. He discusses some of the treatment options available.Read More »[Video] Why Do I Pee So Much as a Woman?
Dr Katelaris discusses possible side effects of Botox Bladder Injections. These can differ for every person that undergoes the procedure, however the procedure is known to be very safe with minimal side effects.Read More »[Video] Are There Side Effects Of Botox Bladder Injections?
There may come a time when you need to seek the advice of a trusted urologist in Sydney urological specialist: a physician who has the knowledge, skills and experience needed to help you with any problems affecting your urinary system or male reproductive organs.Read More »5 questions to ask when choosing the best urologist in Sydney
Dr Katelaris explains the Botox Bladder Injection process as a treatment method for Women who experience Urinary Incontinence or Overactive Bladder Disorder.Read More »[Video] What Are Botox Bladder Injection Treatments Like for Women?
Dr Katelaris explains the Botox Bladder Injection process as a treatment method for Men or Parkinson’s Disease Patients who experience Urinary Incontinence or Overactive Bladder Disorder.Read More »[Video] What Are Botox Bladder Injection Treatments Like for Men/Parkinson’s Patients?
In this video, Dr Katelaris talks about the treatment methods used to deal with Urinary or Urge Incontinence and what constitutes the need for Botox Bladder Injection (BBI).Read More »[Video] When Would You Use Botox Bladder Injection for Urinary Incontinence?