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Shah_bordered.jpgSagar Shah, M.D.:
Director of Jacksonville Continence Center

Dr. Sagar R. Shah completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Florida. He attended the University of Miami School of Medicine and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Society prior to graduating. He finished a residency in Urologic Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia. After finishing his residency, he completed a two-year fellowship at New York University in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery that was dual board accredited by the American Board of Urology and American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.  To date there are only seven similarly accredited fellowships for Urologists in the country.

Areas of Expertise include: Incontinence, Overactive Bladder, Pelvic Organ Prolapse,

Location: Riverside and Mandarin/Southside offices

 

cobb.jpgCharles  G. Cobb, M.D.:
Co-Director, Jacksonville Continence Center
Co-Director, Stone Prevention Program

Dr. Cobb was born in New England and he moved to Jacksonville during high school. He received his B.S. degree from Tufts University in Massachusetts in 1987, where he graduated summa cum laude. He attended medical school at Vanderbilt University, receiving his M.D. degree in 1992. Dr. Cobb trained in urology, completing his Chief Resident year in 1998 at the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. During this residency he was exposed to all areas of urology including pelvic reconstruction, as well as oncology, stone disease, trauma, and continence issues (both male and female).

Dr. Cobb maintains a broad general urology practice, which includes oncology (cancer treatment,) male voiding problems, treatment of complicated urinary infections, and treatment of stone disease. He maintains a distinct interest in pelvic reconstruction and urinary incontinence treatment and brings his urological-based experience to bear in complex case.

 

Not all doctors have the same training and experience to address urogynecological problems. When surgery is an option, your best chance for long-term success is with your initial procedure. It is important to seek expert evaluation from the start.