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? Rose Medical Center’s pelvic care team can help you get back to that better life.

Conditions We Treat

Diagnosing Pelvic Floor Conditions

Our experts work with each patient individually to diagnose the cause of the symptoms and then find the most effective and least invasive treatment plan. Our specialized radiology team is one of only a few in the region to offer an advanced MRI that can clearly show what pelvic floor areas may be prolapsing. This leads to a more exact diagnosis and treatment plan.

Using the latest medical technology and advanced techniques, our doctors can help ease your discomfort and get you back to living your life!

Our goal is to make you feel comfortable by educating you about your condition and helping you find relief from your symptoms.

Patient Testimonial


“Finally, after 8+ years of constant pelvic prolapse pain, and years of seeking assistance from several specialists in Ft Collins, I am now pain free thanks to Dr. Keil’s expertise! Because of her experience, certification, and knowledge about the pelvic floor, she was able to repair my prolapse and determine a course of action that has relieved me of pain that I had previously been told I would have to live with for the rest of my life. Words can not express how grateful I am!"

Treatment Options for Pelvic Floor Therapy

Treatment options include advanced pelvic floor therapies. We offer:

  • Physical therapy
  • Biofeedback for urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Vaginal laser therapy
  • Sacrocolpopexy
  • Anal sphincterplasty
  • Radiofrequency treatment for neurogenic fecal incontinence (SECCA procedure)
  • Neurostimulation for overactive bladder and for bowel control
  • 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.