The Brigham and Women’s Urogynecology Group, one of New England’s most advanced urogynecology practices, provides state-of-the-art clinically advanced care to women who suffer from problems related to urinary incontinence and voiding difficulties.
A subspecialty within obstetrics and gynecology, our nationally and internationally recognized fellowship trained urogynecologists and highly-specialized nurse practitioners, nurses, and medical assistants specialize in the treatment of a wide range of urogynecologic conditions including:
Interstitial cystitis and bladder pain syndromes
Pelvic floor dysfunction
We also specialize in the most innovative surgical and non-surgical treatment options for urogynecologic conditions including minimally invasive and adjustable sling procedures, as well as uterine preservation procedures for prolapse. In addition, we offer pelvic floor physical therapy for a variety of conditions including pelvic floor dysfunction.
Depending on the diagnosis, an individualized treatment program may be designed to allow the patient to assume an active role in regaining control of bladder function. Treatment options, such as biofeedback, bladder training, electrical stimulation, medication to control bladder spasm, medication for urinary tract infection, bulk forming agents, and/or surgery for prolapse to repair bladder support, are available.
Learn More about Urogynecology
- Incontinence Facts
- Incontinence Types and Risk Factors
- Incontinence Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention
- Pelvic Prolapse
Urogynecology Patient Tools
This page was last modified on 9/10/2013