Overactive Bladder or OAB is a condition characterized by a frequent and urgent need to urinate that negatively affects the patient's life. Two thirds of women with OAB also suffer from urge incontinence (Minassian V, Cundiff GC, Neurourol Urodyn. 2011). Effective first-line treatments for OAB include lifestyle and behavior modifications, bladder retraining, and pelvic floor muscle training. The condition affects around 16% of all adults (Stewart WF, Cundiff GC, World J Urol. 2003) with approximately 14 million patients actively seeking help for this condition in the US currently.