Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) like incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse occur when muscles are weak or injured, either through age, pressure, or childbirth. For many, these are embarrassing conditions that seem untreatable, but at Saint John’s Health Center, we believe no one should suffer with PFDs.
Whether you’re affected by irregular bladder, bowel or vaginal function, our expert urologists and urogynecologists provide the most effective treatments for these conditions.
We understand that pelvic floor disorders are uncomfortable and sensitive conditions. This is why our PFD specialists intentionally create a peaceful and sympathetic environment and provide holistic and compassionate care.
Together, we’ll create a treatment plan reflective of your needs and tailored to your specific condition.
At Saint John’s, you’ll find a full spectrum of services that allow for faster recovery, shorter hospital stays and a reduced risk of injury. By combining a range of minimally-invasive, laparoscopic and robot-assisted treatments, our team of urologists and urogynecologists provide the latest procedures to treat:
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Anterior vaginal wall prolapse (cystocele)
- Posterior vaginal wall prolapse (rectocele)
- Apical prolapse (vaginal vault prolapse)
- Rectal prolapse
- Bladder disorders
- Stress incontinence
- Overactive bladder
- Recurring urinary tract infections
- Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome
- Bowel control disorders
- Fecal incontinence
In this video series:
- What are pelvic floor disorders?
- What is the difference between urgency urinary incontinence and stress urinary incontinence?
- What are common myths about pelvic floor disorders?
- What is pelvic organ prolapse and how is it treated?
- ¿Qué es el prolápse pélvico y como se trata?
- ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre incontinencia urinaria con urgencia e incontinencia urinaria con esfuerzo?
- ¿Cuáles don los mitos comunes sobre condiciones uroginecológicas?