About Us


Many people assume pelvic floor disorders  affect a small number of elderly or disabled women, or are an unavoidable consequence of aging. But pelvic floor disorders are actually very common--one in three adult women suffer from incontinence or prolapse--and very treatable.

Our experienced, specially trained staff uses state-of-the-art techniques to determine the cause of each patient's condition and works with the patient and her referring physician to map out the best course of treatment.

We offer a wide range of treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical; when surgery is necessary, we focus on minimally invasive procedures.