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Dr. Daniel Hoffman
Dr. Daniel Hoffman is a practicing urologist with AdventHealth in Orlando, Florida.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Daniel Hoffman
Dr. Daniel Hoffman, a urogynecologist specializing in voiding dysfunction, discuss the use of Botox, sacral neuromodulation, and bulking agents in treating overactive bladders. Listen to hear more about patient selection criteria for each treatment, botox and neuromodulation procedure techniques, and treatment side effects and complications.
Articles Featuring Dr. Daniel Hoffman
Electrical stimulation of the sacral nerve can help ease symptoms of overactive bladder. This article covers evaluation of a patient for electric neurostimulation, considerations for device selection, and possible complications.
Botox for overactive bladder is a relatively safe and effective treatment procedure. This article discusses the ideal patient for overactive bladder Botox therapy, side effects, and describes the bladder botox procedure for administration and sedation.
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