Our Services

The Cobb Group strives to be the best
partner in your care by offering a wide
range of services for women of all ages,
including adolescents and teens.

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Care and Advice

Every woman deserves quality obstetric
and gynecologic care. Our team works
with you individually to provide the best
care, answer your questions and keep you
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The Cobb Group is now welcoming new patients and referrals. We look forward to providing a high level of obstetric and gynecologic care to you in every stage of life. 

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Bladder Control & Health

At The Cobb Group, we understand how health conditions like incontinence can negatively affect your quality of life. That’s why we’re here to provide personal counsel and treatment for the many types of bladder control issues that might be impacting your life.

What are the types of incontinence a woman might face?
Stress Incontinence:When small amounts of urine will leak during physical activity or       movement, like when laughing, sneezing or exercising.
Urge Incontinence: When large amounts of urine tend to leak out unexpectedly during sleep,       when drinking small amounts of water, or at any other time, especially after feeling a sudden       urge to urinate.
Overactive Bladder: This is classified by a sudden, strong need to urinate and also by the       frequent need to go (8 or more times a day or multiple times during the night), which may or       may not be related to urge incontinence.
Functional Incontinence: This is common for women with physical or medical conditions which can prevent them from reaching a toilet or being able to urinate properly.
Overflow Incontinence: Rare for women, this is where leakage of small amounts of urine may       occur due to a full bladder or bladder muscle issues.
Mixed Incontinence: This includes elements of both stress and urge incontinence.
Transient Incontinence: This happens when temporary leakage occurs due to infection,       medication or illness.

What are the risk factors you should watch for?
Being a woman (six of every seven cases of adult incontinence are women)
Being pregnant or having recently given birth
Participating in high-impact sports or exercise
Being overweight
Being postmenopausal with a history of other medical conditions like diabetes or multiple       urinary tract infections

We’re here to help…
If you think you may be experiencing a bladder control issue, please do not suffer in silence. Our physicians will work with you to accurately diagnose what you’re experiencing, provide the right treatment for you (in most cases, non-surgical), and help get you back to living a life free of bladder control issues.  Please ask our physicians about our discreet and convenient treatment options.