Our mission is to provide women with options to treat pelvic prolapse, bladder problems and other gynecologic issues emphasizing a minimally invasive approach.
Urogynecologists bring a special type of medical expertise to every appointment. Urogynecologists are Gynecologists or Urologists who have additional specialized training and expertise in treating problems related to the reproductive organs, urinary tract and pelvis, with a thorough understanding of female anatomy. If you are having a problem with urinary function, bulging or protrusion of tissue from the vagina, or rectal function, consider seeing a urogynecologist.
Stress incontinence: leakage of urine due to physical exertion such as cough, sneeze, laugh, or physical exercise
Urge Incontinence: leakage of urine with the urge to empty, or upon seeing a cue such as the bathroom door or the toilet, or hearing water running
Fecal incontinence: the involuntary loss of either liquid or solid stool.
Pelvic organ prolapse: The dropping from its normal location of one or more pelvic organs including the bladder, uterus, rectum, or following hysterectomy, the top portion of the vagina.