A urodynamic study is a functional examination of the bladder and urethra to assess urinary incontinence.

It is performed by a nurse and a doctor on an outpatient basis and it takes approximately 1 hour.

The urodynamic specialist is Dr. Michal Ogrodnik, MD, PhD.

The main groups of patients with indications for functional diagnosis include:

  • Women with stress urinary incontinence and urge incontinence
  • Women and men with symptoms of overactive bladder (frequent urination, urgency and incontinence)
  • Men qualifying for prostate surgery
  • Children and adults whose bladder dysfunction is secondary to disease or injury to the nervous system (e.g. multiple sclerosis)
  • Other patients whose clinical problem remains incontinence or inability to empty the bladder well (significant urine retention in the bladder after micturition)