Meet Dr. Lobby

Meet Dr. Lobby

Board Certified Urologist

Dr. Lobby is a board-certified urologist has opened her new office in Wellington,FL. She previously had joined Urologic Specialists after serving four years as Assistant Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, NJ. While on staff at Cooper Hospital/University Medical Center she headed the Urologic Incontinence Center incorporating the latest surgical, medical and behavior techniques with a special emphasis on biofeedback and electrical stimulation.

Education & Training

She graduated and completed her training at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. As chief resident she received several awards including the Pfizer’s Scholars in Urology Award and Resident Achievement Award. She has presented a number of scientific lectures throughout the country and has several publications on urinary incontinence. Prior to attending medical school, she graduated from Ursinus College with a BS in chemistry and physics and received an MS in chemistry from Rutgers University. She was also employed as a research chemist by Johnson and Johnson. She is an active participant with the Executive Women’s Golf Association, member of the Palm Beach Medical Society, American College of Osteopathic Medicine and the AMA. Her interests include golf, bridge and cooking.

Specialty Services

Her particular,emphasis is on voiding disorders in women. Urinary incontinence effects millions,of people. Many consider this condition embarrassing or part of the normal aging process. With state of-the-art diagnostic equipment and leading edge therapeutic options, Dr. Lobby feels urinary disorders can be cured, if not vastly improved,in the majority of women who may seek her help. She practices all aspects of urology including stone disease and urologic disorders associated with adult spina bifida and spinal cord injury. She utilizes the latest therapeutic modalities to treat pelvic floor dysfunction, female sexual dysfunction, interstitial cystitis, and recurrent urinary tract infections.