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Angelo E. Gousse, MD, is a top urologist who lends his skills and expertise to serve patients at The Bladder Health and Reconstructive Urology Institute in Miramar, Florida. “Bladder Health and Reconstructive Urology Institute, headed by Dr. Angelo Gousse, specializes in both male and female voiding dysfunction and reconstruction. Dr. Gousse has been a pioneer in the development of third line treatments of overactive bladder. Dr. Gousse was the first to perform Sacral Nerve Neuromodulation Interstim in South Florida for the treatment of overactive bladder. He pioneered the usage of Botox (Botulinum Toxin A) in the treatment of overactive bladder and neurogenic bladder. The clinical trials he led as principal investigator resulted in numerous scientific publications and contributed to the first FDA approval of Botox for urologic use in August 2011”, states the official website of Bladder Health and Reconstructive Urology Institute. Prior to his current endeavors, Dr. Gousse was Professor of Urology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Vice-Chairman of the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics Urology service, where he was also the Urology Residency Program Director and Fellowship Director for Female Urology, Urodynamics, and Reconstructive Surgery for 10 years, Director of the Urodynamics Laboratory at the VA Medical Center for ten years, as well as attending physician at several medical centers in Miami and Broward.  In addition to his work in private practice, he is affiliated with Memorial Hospital West, Jackson Memorial Hospital, and Memorial Hospital Miramar. Dr. Gousse’s research interests have focused on overactive bladder neuropharmacology, reconstruction, neurogenic urinary incontinence, as well as functional recovery from spinal cord injury. For more information about Angelo E. Gousse, MD, please visit



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