Women's Pelvic Health
Pelvic health issues are a difficult fact of life that nearly every woman will face at some point during her lifetime. Pain. Discomfort. Incontinence. Sexual dysfunction. Due to embarrassment or a simple lack of knowledge, many women are reluctant to seek medical treatment for these types of conditions. Sometimes they believe these conditions are just something they must accept as part of the normal aging process. These women need to understand that a much better quality of life is possible with the right treatments.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive gynecological care to the women of our community, focusing on treatment of pelvic disorders by working in collaboration with our physician specialists and by offering therapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation and surgical options, including minimally invasive and robotic surgery.
Providing the Right Care
Women’s pelvic health issues can best be addressed through a multidisciplinary approach to care. Often our care includes physicians, nurse practitioners, and therapists, all of whom specialize in pelvic health. Our caregivers offer a highly individualized approach through thorough evaluations, proper diagnosis and patient education about your health issue. We pride ourselves on listening to your concerns and actively consider all information to ensure proper treatment.
What to Expect
The goal of the treatment is to deliver comprehensive care for all aspects of pelvic health, including incontinence, uterine prolapse, pelvic floor rehabilitation and pelvic pain.
In collaboration with our physicians and nurse practitioner, you will have input in determining what will be the best treatment approach.
Women's Incontinence and Sexual Health Program
The Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin Women's Incontinence and Sexual Health Program
specializes in diagnosing and treating a wide range of pelvic disorders and sexual health issues. A multidisciplinary team of experienced and specialty trained physicians and clinicians understand the personal nature of these conditions and provide confidential, compassionate and individualized care.
Services are offered at:
To find a physician who specializes in pelvic health issues, call 1-800-DOCTORS.