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Urogynecology Program

The experts at Florida Hospital Orlando are proud to offer our neighbors compassionate, comprehensive care for all of their urogynecological needs. Urogynecology is a specialty that refers to the diagnoses and treatment of female pelvic floor disorders, urinary and anal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and fistulae.

At our state-of-the-art facilities, we offer a variety of the latest and most cutting-edge diagnosis and treatment options, including specialized physical therapy, prescription medications and surgery. All of our patients are treated by an experienced multidisciplinary team, including gynecology, urology and colorectal physicians.

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We offer treatments for the following pelvic floor disorders: 

  • Pelvic organ prolapse (i.e., pelvic support problems)
  • Cystocele (i.e., bulging of the bladder into the vagina)
  • Rectocele (i.e., bulging of the rectum into the vagina)
  • Enterocele (i.e., bulging of the small intestines into a space between the vagina and rectum)
  • Uterine prolapse (i.e., descent of the uterus into the vagina)
  • Vaginal vault prolapse (i.e., descent of the top of the vagina after a hysterectomy)
  • Pelvic floor weakness or discoordination (i.e., the inability to relax or tighten the pelvic muscles correctly)
  • Obstetrical trauma (i.e., problems related to vaginal birth)

In addition, we can treat patients with the following incontinence-related conditions:

  • Stress urinary incontinence (i.e., a loss of urine that accompanies coughing, laughing, sneezing, lifting or other activities
  • Urge urinary incontinence (i.e., the loss of urine after a strong urge to urinate)
  • Overactive bladder (i.e., frequent urination or a strong urge to urinate)
  • Painful bladder syndrome (i.e., interstitial cystitis—a chronic condition characterized by a combination of uncomfortable bladder pressure, bladder pain and pelvic pain—or pain accompanying a full bladder)
  • Fecal incontinence (i.e., a loss of bowel control)
  • Defecatory dysfunction (i.e., problems defecating, including constipation)
  • Voiding dysfunction (i.e., problems associated with emptying the bladder)
  • Fistulae (i.e., abnormal connections between the vagina and bladder or urethra and rectum)
  • Treatment for problems from vaginal mesh and recurrant prolapsed.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us today at (855) 303-DOCS.