Urinary incontinence affects more than half of the male patients who come through our doors at Gousse Urology. Sometimes the only treatment solution is to surgically implant an artificial urinary sphincter. Once a patient receives this implant, they will have full control over their urinary functions again.
Most men receive an artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment after they have undergone prostate surgery. A common side effect of prostate surgery is urinary incontinence. An artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment is the most effective remedy in these cases.
If you have recently undergone prostate surgery or experience chronic urinary incontinence, you should give our team a call at Gousse Urology. You can schedule an appointment to meet with Dr. Angelo Gousse, the founder and leading urologist of the Bladder Health & Reconstructive Urology Institute. He specializes in artificial urinary sphincter implant treatments and teaches other urologists how to do them too.
Gousse Urology operates three clinics in South Florida. You can choose to visit our Miami-Dade clinic, Palm Beach clinic or Broward clinic. Call (305) 606-7028 or contact us here to schedule a visit.
Meet Dr. Angelo Gousse: The Urinary Incontinence Specialist
So many men come to Dr. Gousse because they need treatment for their urinary incontinence. There are several reasons why a man experiences urinary incontinence. It could be attributed to age, injury, or illness. However, it could also be attributed to the after-effects of prostate surgery. That is when patients need to have an artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment to remedy the problem.
Dr. Gousse has administered artificial urinary sphincter implant treatments for more than 25 years in his career. He provides patients with a spinal or general anesthetic before starting the implantation procedure. Small incisions are made in the groin, rectum, and scrotum areas, but the anesthetic will ensure that no pain is felt.
Once the artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment has finished getting administered, the patient will need 2 to 3 weeks to recover before they can return to their normal daily activities. Dr. Gousse monitors the patient’s recovery progress every step of the way. The high success rate of his artificial urinary sphincter implant treatments has gotten his work featured in numerous scientific journals and publications.
Dr. Gousse went to some of the top medical schools in the country, including Baylor College of Medicine and Yale School of Medicine. He uses his vast education and experience to teach his artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment techniques to other urologists in his field.
As a South Floridian, it would be difficult to find another urologist with the talent, experience and originality found with Dr. Gousse and his treatment methods. That is why you have nothing to worry about when you seek treatment from Gousse Urology.
All Patients Are Welcomed
Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing condition. It can make a man feel less confident and more ashamed of themselves. So many men refuse to seek treatment because of their feelings of embarrassment and inadequacy.
To ensure that men are comfortable coming to our clinics, we have organized an anti-discrimination policy. It states that no patient will be discriminated against because of their age, race or condition. Everyone will be treated with respect when they step through our doors and seek help for their urinary incontinence problem.
Suppose it turns out that you need artificial urinary sphincter implant treatment to resolve your urinary incontinence issue. In that case, we will walk you through the process so that you understand what is involved. Then you can have total confidence in your decision on whether to proceed.
Dr. Gousse is one of the top urologists to administer artificial urinary sphincter implant treatments in South Florida. If you want to schedule an appointment for an examination, there is no better time than the present. Call (305) 606-7028 or contact us here to get started.