Urogynecology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders. Physicians who specialize in caring for those with pelvic floor disorders include both urogynecologists and urologic surgeons.

The pelvic floor is the structure that includes muscles, ligaments, connective tissue, and nerves that help support the pelvic organs, which include the bladder, rectum, uterus, and vagina. The pelvic floor also helps control the function of these organs.

When the pelvic floor is weakened or not functioning properly, it can lead to pelvic floor disorders.

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Virtual Urogynecology Seminars: A Safe Space to Confront Your Pelvic Floor Concerns

Pelvic floor disorders can cause urinary and anal incontinence and all kinds of discomfort. While aging can increase your risk for pelvic floor disorders, they aren't a normal part of getting older. You shouldn’t have to plan your life around quick access to a bathroom.

Many women feel embarrassed discussing these issues with anyone, even a health care provider. That's why we've created a series of virtual seminars about pelvic floor disorders.

Join us from the comfort of home as our specially trained obstetrician-gynecologists and urologic surgeons discuss the many treatment options available to help you take back your life.

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Common Pelvic Floor Disorders

Pelvic floor problems affect many women. 1 in 5 women will have surgery for a pelvic floor condition during their life, and up to 1 in 3 women have pelvic floor disorders, but do not require or choose surgery. While there are some factors that increase your risk, pelvic floor disorders are not a normal part of aging and can be treated.

Individualized Care for Pelvic Floor Disorders

Our urogynecologists and urologic surgeons are passionate about improving your quality of life. The first step is scheduling an appointment.

At your initial office visit, our providers will evaluate your medical history to learn about your symptoms, any prior treatment, medical problems, medications, and allergies. They will also do a physical examination (including a pelvic exam), and often will perform a urine test and bladder emptying check. After the problem is identified, our care team will guide you through the available treatment options and outcomes.

Pelvic Floor Disorder Treatment Options

There are a wide variety of treatment options available. Our care team wants you to choose a treatment route that best serves you and your overall needs.

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