We offer comprehensive annual gynecological examination, including breast care and all birth control options.
- Non-surgical management of abnormal uterine bleeding
- Hormone therapy
- Osteoporosis prevention and therapy
- Laparoscopic and vaginal surgeries (minimally invasive)
- Endometrial ablation (Novasure)
- Hysteroscopic procedures
Behavioral therapy is safe, easy to learn, and does not have side effects. Examples of behavioral therapy are:
- Pelvic muscle rehabilitation
- Fluid and dietary modification
- Bladder retraining programs
Devices and Medications
Pessaries and other devices can be used to treat some conditions as a safe alternative to surgery. Medications are available to treat a variety of urogynecologic problems.
Variety of surgical treatment options that range from minimally invasive surgery, vaginal surgery and abdominal surgery.
Minimally Invasive Surgery for Stress Incontinence
This surgery includes transvaginal slings “tapes”, including single incision slings (no outside incisions).
A surgery performed via small incisions using specially designed surgical instruments and viewed through a laparoscope, or surgical telescope. This surgery can be used to treat a prolapsed uterus.
Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
If your condition permits, urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse can be repaired through the vagina with no visible abdominal incisions. Sometimes an overnight hospital stay is required, but often you can return home that same day.
Vaginal prolapse can also be repaired with your own tissues (Anterior-Posterior Repair, LeForte colpocleisis, etc.).
for elongated or asymmetric inner labia.
- Pelvic sonogram
- Bone Density (DXA scan)
- Complex urodynamic testing
- Office Hysteroscopy