Our team of experts in female pelvic medicine offer a full array of treatment options for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.

These treatments include:

  • Behavioral modifications and lifestyle changes
  • Pelvic floor muscle therapy and biofeedback
  • Pessary (a removable, medical grade silicone ring placed in the vagina)
  • Vaginal approach to prolapse surgery
    The vaginal approach can be completed through a native tissue repair (using patients own tissue), with or without hysterectomy (for uterine prolapse), with or without mesh (a synthetic material used to improve durability of repair), or colpocleisis (minimally invasive closure of the vagina, avoids hysterectomy, avoids mesh).
  • Abdominal approach to prolapse surgery
    The abdominal approach can be completed through a sacrocolpopexy (suspending vagina to sacrum with mesh), open “bikini” incision, or robotic assisted laparoscopic approach.
  • Sling surgery for stress incontinence
    Sling surgery can be completed with mesh or through an autologous procedure, where the patient’s own tissue is used through a "bikini" incision.

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Female Urology Team

Meet our team of physicians who diagnosis and treat female urologic conditions.

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