What We Do
Physicians who specialize in urogynecology (also known as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery) diagnose and treat women with pelvic floor disorders and cosmetic issues related to the vagina and vulva. Our specialist is double board certified, in obstetrics and gynecology and female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.
Conditions We Treat
We offer surgical and nonsurgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence or leakage, fecal incontinence, and numerous cosmetic and functional problems affecting women’s pelvic health.
Procedures We Perform
Our specialist is highly experienced in a variety of nonsurgical treatments and reconstructive surgeries, including:
- Treatment for genitourinary prolapse (a dropped uterus, vagina, bladder or rectum)
- Fitting for a vaginal pessary, a plastic device used to support the uterus, bladder, vagina or rectum
- Minimally invasive transvaginal surgery
- Uterine-sparing procedures (surgery without hysterectomy)
- Surgery for cystocele (dropped bladder)
- Surgery for rectocele (rectum that bulges into and through the vagina)
- Surgery for vaginal prolapse (where the top of the vagina has dropped after a hysterectomy has been performed)
- Surgery for enterocele (where loops of small bowel cause a bulge in the vagina)
- Treatment for all forms of urinary incontinence, including urge incontinence (uncontrolled loss of urine, often associated with frequency, urgency and excessive nighttime urination) and stress incontinence (loss of urine while coughing, sneezing, laughing or during sexual activity)
- Treatment for fecal and flatal incontinence (uncontrollable loss of stool and/or gas)
- Labioplasty (surgical reshaping of the inner and outer vaginal lips)
- Perineoplasty (tightening of the vaginal opening)
Why We Are Different
Our fellowship-trained, double board-certified specialist has more than 20 years of experience treating women with all forms of pelvic floor dysfunction. For patients requiring corrective surgery, he prefers the transvaginal approach, which is minimally invasive and requires less anesthesia.