Innovators in Urogynecology

Helping women reclaim a full and active lifestyle

We believe bladder, bowel and pelvic floor symptoms should be talked about, comfortably and openly, especially between a woman and her health care provider. Urogynecology has advanced rapidly, and today’s treatments profoundly improve quality of life for the vast majority of women, so there is no longer a need to suffer in silence. Let’s identify your least invasive and most effective options, and get you back to your fullest self.

How we can help

We offer a broad array of treatments to address symptoms and quality of life challenges related to prolapse, bladder and bowel dysfunction, and other urogenital and sexual symptoms in women of all ages.

Who we’ve helped

Transforming Lives with Minimally Invasive Bladder Treatments

Our team offers a wide range of minimally invasive and non-surgical options that can dramatically improve your quality of life.

Non-surgical treatment for severe bladder symptoms

When urinary incontinence symptoms are not improved through medications and physical therapy, we can inject Botox into the bladder wall in a 30-minute, outpatient procedure. The Botox works to block communication between nerves and muscles within the bladder and sphincter. This can provide relief from urinary urgency or frequency (overactive bladder), as well as urge urinary incontinence. Our center was involved in the pivotal research trials allowing this treatment to receive FDA approval.

Non-invasive treatment improves overactive bladder and urinary incontinence

Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS) is a non-surgical therapy for overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms using electroacupuncture. In a series of outpatient treatments, an acupuncture needle placed beside the tibial nerve (on the outside of your ankle) provides gentle stimulation that can improve symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency and urge incontinence. An extremely popular and effective therapy at our center.

Long-term implant for overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, even bowel control problems

It’s possible to reduce or completely eliminate urinary urgency and leakage problems from an overactive bladder, and even improve bowel control, through stimulation of the sacral nerve, located below the spine near the tailbone. A small implanted ‘pacemaker’ device serves as a pacemaker for the muscles in the pelvic floor to better regulate communication between the sacral nerve control center, and the bladder and bowels.

Non-surgical treatment for severe bladder symptoms

When urinary incontinence symptoms are not improved through medications and physical therapy, we can inject Botox into the bladder wall in a 30-minute, outpatient procedure. The Botox works to block communication between nerves and muscles within the bladder and sphincter. This can provide relief from urinary urgency or frequency (overactive bladder), as well as urge urinary incontinence. Our center was involved in the pivotal research trials allowing this treatment to receive FDA approval.

Non-invasive treatment improves overactive bladder and urinary incontinence

Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS) is a non-surgical therapy for overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms using electroacupuncture. In a series of outpatient treatments, an acupuncture needle placed beside the tibial nerve (on the outside of your ankle) provides gentle stimulation that can improve symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency and urge incontinence. An extremely popular and effective therapy at our center.

Long-term implant for overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, even bowel control problems

It’s possible to reduce or completely eliminate urinary urgency and leakage problems from an overactive bladder, and even improve bowel control, through stimulation of the sacral nerve, located below the spine near the tailbone. A small implanted ‘pacemaker’ device serves as a pacemaker for the muscles in the pelvic floor to better regulate communication between the sacral nerve control center, and the bladder and bowels.

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Let’s get you feeling like yourself again.

From scheduling a telemedicine consultation to helping you arrange travel before and after your treatment, we are here to support you at every step. Reach out with questions or to get started.

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