Educational Videos

Joe Mobley, III, MD, Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates urologist discusses a new treatment for patients with overactive bladder, bowel incontinence and urinary retention. Axonics Therapy is a method for treating symptoms of overactive bladder (including urinary urgency incontinence), bowel (fecal) incontinence and urinary retention. Backed by clinical studies, Axonics Therapy is clinically proven to regain bladder and bowel control and deliver clinically meaningful improvement in quality of life.

Dr. Mobley discusses the importance to have a prostate exam to ensure men’s health during June is Men’s Health Month.

More than 37 million adults in the United States – almost one in six – suffer from overactive bladder (OAB) and nearly 18 million Americans – about one in 12 – have fecal incontinence (FI). It is life-altering because many sufferers limit their lives socially, professionally, and personally, but it is treatable.

Half of all women have never talked to their doctor about care, management or treatment of pelvic health conditions. Dr. Joe Mobley, III at Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates is one of the providers on HCMC’s highly skilled interdisciplinary team ready to identify safe, effective options to treat the conditions you’ve been struggling with and help you regain your quality of life. For more information on our Pelvic Health Program or to obtain our Pelvic Health Self Assessment, please contact Lori Laser, RN, Community Educator at 731-644-8269.

Dr. Joe Mobley, III of Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates performs the first case with Henry County Medical Center’s new DaVinci robot.

Living With Overactive Bladder

Sacral Neuromodulation For Overactive Bladder – Sacral Neuromodulation is a unique therapy for Overactive Bladder, a condition that causes you to have an urgent need to urinate frequently. Overactive can sometimes lead to incontinence, or bladder leakage, and can greatly disrupt your quality of life.

Incorporating the latest technologies, Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates offers specialized urologic care to the residents of Henry County and the adjoining region. Dr.’s Joe Mobley, Jr and Joe Mobley, III along with Dr. John Beddies, combine their vast experience and attentive customer care to create an office fit to handle and urologic need. For more information or to schedule an appointment call them today at 731-642-8884 or visit

John Beddies, MD, of Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates discusses origin, treatment and prevention of kidney stones at his Lunch To Learn on Friday, June 29. The event was hosted by Henry County Medical Center.

Interview with Dr. Joe Mobley, III of Kentucky Lake Urologic Associates.