Pelvic Floor Treatment at Rose
Remember when you could sneeze or laugh without worrying? When you didn't have to map out every toilet between home and the office? Remember when you were pain free? The Rose Medical Center Pelvic Care Network can help you get back to that better life.
Our program provides a unique, multidisciplinary team approach to pelvic medicine. In the past, women have had difficulty finding comprehensive care for these types of (often embarrassing) disorders. These types of conditions are often treated by several different kinds of specialists. At Rose, these specialists work together for you!
Our team of experienced urologists, urogynecologists and colon and rectal surgeons work together to create a treatment plan that is best for you.
One phone call connects you with a team of specialists who work together to address all pelvic conditions. Our expertise includes pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, enlarged prostate, constipation, fecal incontinence and more.
Conditions We Treat
Cutting-Edge Treatment for Pelvic Floor Conditions
First, our team works together to diagnose your condition. Then, you and your doctor will discuss a treatment plan.
Our goal is to make you feel comfortable by educating you about your condition and helping you find relief from your symptoms. We will offer the most effective and least invasive treatment plan.
Using some of the latest medical technology, our doctors can help ease your discomfort and get you back to living your life!
This includes many advanced pelvic floor therapies, including biofeedback for urinary and fecal incontinence, anal sphincterplasty radiofrequency treatment for neurogenic fecal incontinence (SECCA procedure), InterStim Therapy for overactive bladder or bowel control, as well as medication, physical therapy, and minimally invasive surgery such as robotic surgery.
Pelvic Prolapse Treatments and Transvaginal Mesh Recalls
In this video, Dr. Kristi Keil discusses treatment options for pelvic prolapse and talks about what women with transvaginal mesh implants need to know about the FDA recalls.