At the Women’s Center for Pelvic Health we offer comprehensive, sensitive care to help women of all ages optimize and maintain pelvic wellness.Our specialized team helps women achieve proper function of the many systems in their bodies that impact pelvic health.
Know the facts With incontinence, sneezing often can cause urine leakage.
The problem of incontinence is widespread and affects people of all ages, including children and young adults. Consider this:
There are several types of incontinence, with stress being the second most common.
13 million Americans are incontinent— 85 percent of them are women.
1 in 4 women over age 18 experiences episodes of leaking urine involuntarily.
1 in 5 adults over age 40 is affected by overactive bladder or recurrent symptoms of urgency and frequency. Many don't reach the toilet before losing urine.
At least half of all nursing home residents experience urinary incontinence. Many of them experience loss of bowel control as well.
Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Experienced urogynecologists, gynecologists, nurse practitioners and physical therapists employ a compassionate and professional approach to diagnose and treat problems related to the:
Female pelvic organs
Pelvic floor, including the muscles and connective tissue that support the:
Dealing with pelvic disorders can be uncomfortable and confusing. Our team employs a wide range of approaches to help patients with these sometimes life-limiting conditions, as we strive to facilitate communication, maintain dignity and ensure wellness.
We offer a variety of surgical and non-surgical procedures and complementary treatments for conditions such as:
Chronic pelvic pain
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