Biofeedback Pelvic Physical Therapy
Immediately after the delivery of your child patient should begin pelvic physical therapy. This will reduce the incidence of bladder and pelvic prolapse problems by as much is 80%.
Find out more about Biofeedback Pelvic Physical Therapy
Hormone-replacement therapy is a treatment for women going through menopause. Symptoms of menopause can vary from moderate to severe, and include a slowed metabolism, hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, depression, memory loss, mood swings, weight gain and low libido.
Find out more about Bioidentical-Hormone-Replacement Therapy
The most common reason for urinary incontinence is a weak bladder neck or bladder base. This commonly occurs after age 35 following the delivery of your children.
Find out more about Bladder problems
In our practice, we perform scar revisions, abdominoplasty, labiaplasty, vaginal reconstruction, laser treatment of stretch marks and vaginal rejuvenation.
Find out more about Cosmetic Procedures
The two most common reasons for infertility is the lack of ovulation by the female and a low sperm count in the male. both of these account for 40% of infertility each.
Find out more about Infertility
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
There are several different types of prolapse depending on which organ is involved if the bladder is dropped into the vagina it is a cystocele. If the rectum is prolapsing into the vagina it is called a rectocele and if the intestinal contents are other abdominal organs are prolapsing it will be called an enterocele.
Find out more about Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Robotic surgery is a highly technical laparoscopic approach to pelvic surgery that allows the surgeon to perform difficult procedures through only a few small incisions.
Find out more about Robotic Surgery
The most common types of thyroid dysfunction is hypothyroidism or under active thyroid this causes fatigue., hair loss, weight gain and hormonal and imbalances.
Find out more about Thyroid Problems
Our weight management plan focuses on four areas elimination of simple carbohydrates, eating only fresh fruit, meats and vegetables, reducing proportions to match your metabolic rate and the use of medications if necessary.
Find out more about Weight Management