Urogynecology & Urology

Millions of women would rather suffer through bladder, bowel or prolapse issues than talk about them.

But when you don’t talk, we can’t help.

Please know that —you and your concerns—are safe with us.

Here, you’ll find a comfortable environment to explore issues involving the bladder and the state of your “female parts.” We offer state-of-the-art evaluation, and the latest diagnostic techniques, along with extensive patient education and a wide range of treatment options.

We can help with post-baby challenges, too. During delivery, your perineum—the region between your vagina and anus—may be stretched and bruised. It should return to its “new normal” within four to six weeks. If it doesn’t, our pelvic team is here to help.

Don’t let incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse or any other issue keep you from living a full life. Let us help.

How We Care for You


Urinary Incontinence


Interstitial Cystitis (IC)


Pelvic Organ Prolapse


Fecal Incontinence