Neurogenic Bladder

Neurogenic bladder occurs when the bladder does not empty properly because of a neurological condition. This may result from nerve damage caused by illness or injury, such as a spinal cord injury.

Washington University urologists are experts in identifying and treating bladder problems related to neurological conditions. They offer the latest in urodynamics to evaluate bladder conditions and in treatments for patients with neurological illnesses and injuries.

Washington University urologists treat neurogenic bladder at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. For patient appointments, call (314) 362-8200.