Pelvic Health Treatments & Procedures

NGPG is dedicated to diagnosing and providing specialized treatment options to women of all ages suffering from a pelvic health disorder.

We offer compassionate and specialized care for women suffering from pelvic health or chronic pelvic pain disorders. Learn more about the conditions we treat at NGPG OBGYN.

Treatments & Procedures

Below is a list of common pelvic health treatments and procedures offered by NGPG physicians:

Bladder Diary

A bladder diary is a chart where patients record the amount of fluid they drink as well as when they urinate. The simple test can help you, and your doctor understand if you have a sudden need to urinate that can’t be delayed. The data will enable your doctor to develop a customized treatment plan and monitor your progress.

www.yourpelvicfloor.org/conditions/bladder-diary-2/

Bladder Training

Bladder training is a treatment for urinary incontinence. The goal of therapy is to increase the amount of time you need between urinating as well as increase the amount of fluid the bladder can hold.

www.yourpelvicfloor.org/conditions/bladder-training/

Botox for overactive bladder and neurogenic detrusor overactivity

Botox is a treatment for urinary incontinence that is caused by neurological conditions or in women who have overactive bladder without a known cause. Learn more about Botox.

Cystoscopy

A cystoscopy is a urogynecological procedure where your doctor can examine the lining of the bladder. It is used to find any abnormalities in the bladder or the lining of the bladder.

www.yourpelvicfloor.org/conditions/cystoscopy/

Hysterectomy

A hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus. This procedure is usually performed because a condition such as fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic prolapse, abnormal bleeding, chronic pain or gynecologic cancer. Hysterectomy eliminates the possibility of menstruation and pregnancy. Based on individual needs, hysterectomy can be performed vaginally, laparoscopically or via laparotomy.

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Laparoscopic Resection of Endometriosis

This procedure refers to the minimally invasive surgical removal of surgical removal of endometriosis implants on pelvic organs. It effectively reduces pain during menses and sexual intercourse while preserving the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Pelvic floor exercises & therapy

Pelvic floor exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, including the bladder and vagina. The exercises can help stop incontinence and treat prolapse, and help make sex more pleasurable. A pelvic floor physical therapist can help create a treatment plan tailored to you.

Learn more about pelvic floor physical therapy

Sacral Neuromodulation

Sacral neuromodulation is a procedure that is used to treat women with chronic urinary retention and overactive bladder who are not getting symptom relief from medication or physiotherapy. The goal of sacral neuromodulation is to alter the function of the sacral nerves that control the bladder and muscles in charge of urinary function.

www.yourpelvicfloor.org/conditions/sacral-neuromodulation/

Sling

Sling procedures are types of surgeries that help control stress urinary incontinence. The procedure helps to support your urethra and bladder neck. The surgeon uses tissue or synthetic material to re-support the middle portion of the urethra and prevent urinary leakage.

Learn about the Mid-Urethral Sling for Stress Incontinence

Vaginal pessary for pelvic organ prolapse

A vaginal pessary is a soft, removable device inserted into the vagina that supports areas impacted by pelvic organ prolapse. It can be used to treat stress incontinence as well.

www.yourpelvicfloor.org/conditions/vaginal-pessary-for-pelvic-organ-prolapse/

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