Sydney Urodynamic Centres | urogynaeocology

Assessment and treatment of bladder and pelvic floor problems

Bladder and pelvic floor problems such as urinary incontinence, prolapse and tract infections are unpleasant, distressing and often embarrassing conditions that affect over 50% of women at some stage.

While it might seem easier to ignore early signs, they can often get far worse and seriously affect your quality of life.

Sydney's trusted urogynaecologists for more than 20 years

For more than two decades, Sydney Urodynamic Centres has provided the women of NSW - and their doctors - urodynamic diagnosis and advice for treating urinary problems through our seven centres across Sydney.

Meet our highly qualified urogynaecologists, learn about our services or contact one of our centres to book an appointment.

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Patients

If you are suffering from urinary incontinence, bladder prolapse or pelvic floor problems, our highly experienced team of urogynaecologists and nurses can help.

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Doctors

We provide a wide range of specialist diagnostic services and medical management recommendations - to help you give your patients the best possible care.

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Specialists

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As leading sub-specialist urogynaecologists we are involved in training, research and publishing a range of educational material for patients and doctors.

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What’s new..

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Bladder problems are eminently treatable

Recently in the SMH - Women's health awareness an article was published "Bladder problems are eminently treatable" Discomfort should not be part 
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Update on mesh used for pelvic organ prolapse

In the last twenty years, we have seen mesh used initially for the treatment of urinary incontinence with great efficacy and for pelvic organ pr 
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New treatment of mild stress incontinence and atrophic vaginitis

We are very pleased to inform you that we are now offering a non-invasive transcutaneous temperature controlled radiofrequency (ThermiVa), method of 
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