Treating Pelvic Floor Conditions


  • Pelvic organ prolapse, when organs in the pelvic cavity drop or slip out of place.
  • Urinary incontinence or overactive bladder (involuntary urine loss), including stress incontinence (urine leakage associated with activity, such as cough, sneeze, run) and urge incontinence (urine leakage associated with urge).
  • Interstitial cystitis, or painful bladder syndrome.
  • Frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs).
  • Fecal incontinence, or loss of bowel control, often as a result of pelvic floor injury.
  • Genito-urinary fistulas, which can either be an abnormal connection between the vagina and the urinary tract (a vesico-vaginal fistula) or an abnormal connection between the vagina and the rectum (a rectovaginal fistula).
  • Hematuria evaluation, or blood in the urine.
  • Vaginal atrophy
  • Female sexual dysfunction, or care for conditions related to female sexual dysfunction, with treatment options including vaginal laser resurfacing.
  • Complications from prior surgery.
  • Vaginal mesh exposure and removal.