Urinary incontinence refers to the uncontrolled leakage of urine that may result from a variety of causes. Most children achieve bladder control between the ages of 2-5 years of age. This process involves a complex coordination of nerve signals and response by the bladder and sphincter muscles. There are a number of factors that affect children reaching and maintaining the milestone of staying dry. Your first appointment will involve a discussion of your child's medical history and shared development of goals and treatment options.