Pelvic Organ Prolapse
This occurs when muscles and tissue supporting the pelvic organs become weak or loose. Without needed support, pelvic organs can begin to drop or press into or out of the vagina. This is a fairly common condition and our experts are able to provide a variety of effective solutions both surgical and non-surgical
Many factors can cause pain in the pelvic region. Our urologists will work with you to identify the source of your discomfort. Once Identified, they will provide the best possible medical plan for you
Bladder Infection/Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
An infection of the urinary system. Affected areas may include the kidneys, ureter, bladder, and urethra. A UTI is typically identified by symptoms such as: a change in urination frequency, pain or burning sensation when urinating, a strong urge to urinate, and even blood in the urine. This can occur in people of all ages and, if identified quickly, can be easily remedied with antibiotics.
Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection
In some cases, due to anatomy or other factors, individuals may repeatedly develop Urinary Tract Infections even after treatment with antibiotics. A Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection is diagnosed when a UTI develops multiple times in a year or immediately returns after treatment. Our urologists monitor frequency of UTIs in a patient and may prescribe more testing or treatment options to create an effective solution for those suffering with Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections.
Also known as Bladder Pain Syndrome, Interstitial Cystitis is a chronic bladder health concern. This presents without the presence of an infection or other apparent cause and can last for weeks or months at a time. A urologist can help create a plan for symptom management and help determine the best medical treatment.
(OAB) is a common condition that affects millions of people. The most common symptom is the sudden urge to urinate that you can’t control. Some people will leak urine when they feel the urge to urinate. There are many treatment options for OAB and our urology providers will work with you to determine the best option for your particular case.
Many women experience problems with sexual function and concerns can arise for a variety of reasons. Persistent – recurrent – problems with sexual response, desire, and pain can often be related to urinary health. A urologist can help determine the source of sexual health issues and can recommend treatment options to improve comfort and sexual response.
Stress incontinence is the unintentional loss of urine with physical movement or activity. This can include coughing, sneezing, exercising or other activity puts pressure on the bladder. If left untreated, Stress Incontinence can severely impact quality of life. Our urology providers can evaluate your case and use the least invasive treatment option possible to help you have a complete recovery.
Vaginal atrophy is the thinning, drying, and irritation/inflammation of the vaginal walls typically due to aging and/or loss of estrogen. This can lead to discomfort, pain (including painful intercourse) and other urinary symptoms.
Our urology providers may recommend oral or topical medications or, in some instances, vaginal rejuvenation treatments. Your provider will work with you to determine the treatment plan that best fits your needs and lifestyle.
Voiding Dysfunction includes difficulty in emptying the bladder, urinary hesitancy, slow or weak urine stream, urinary urgency or frequency and dribbling of urine. There are a number of factors that can lead to voiding dysfunction and a urology specialist will be able to identify the key contributors and determine a proper treatment plan for you.