Steven W. Siegel, MD joins Lisa to chat about a new way to treat overactive bladder. Dr. Siegel has a special interest in voiding dysfunctionp, pelvic prolapse, pelvic pain, incontinence, uro-gynecology, and vasectomy.
Dr. Siegel has special training in female urology and urodynamics at Kaiser Sunset Hospital in Los Angeles, and the Universities of California San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is the Director of Metro Urology’s Center for Continence Care. He is also the director of a fellowship program in female urology and voiding dysfunction, serves on the board of directors of the Society of Female Urology and Urodynamics (SUFU), and is the President-Elect of the North Central Section of the American Urologic Association. He was a former president of the International Society of Pelvic Neuromodulation.
He has authored and co-authored many papers and book chapters on female incontinence and voiding dysfunction. He is an innovator in the field of male and female incontinence and female pelvic prolapse repair. Dr. Siegel also played a major role in initial clinical research of neuromodulation of voiding dysfunction. He has been committed to training physicians nationally and internationally in up to date surgical techniques. He has been namedmultiple years as a “Top Doc” in MLPS Magazine and a “Top Doc for Women” in Minnesota Monthly Magazine. He has received awards for his research and clinical work from the North Central Section of the American Urologic Association and from the Minnesota Urologic Association.