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What are some of the conditions treated in the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute?



Female Sexual Disfunction (FSD)

A condition that affects an estimated 43% of American women at some time in their lives. FSD is composed of the following possible symptoms:

1) Descreased clitoral and genital sensitivity

2) Diminished vaginal lubrication

3) Reduced or inability of achieving orgasm

4) Lowered overall sexual desire and/or satisfaction

Overactive Bladder

Term used to describe a bladder in which uncontrolled detrusor activity (abnormal contractions) is the suspected cause of urinary frequency (including waking to urinary), and/or urge incontinence.

Vulvodynia

The term means "painful" and actually refers to several pain disorders that affects the female genitals. The most common form of vulvodynia is Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome (VVS) and is a group of disorders that affects the tiny glands that lie at the top and bottom of the vaginal opening. These are called "Skenes", "Batholins", and "Vestibular" glands.



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What treatments are offered at the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute?

Treatment consists of a thorough evaluation and plan of care. Our goal is stability, comfort and return of normal function to bladder, genital organs and the bowel.

  • Bladder Training

  • Biofeedback

  • Functional Electrical Stimulation

  • Periurethral Bulking

  • Bladder Neck Suspensions

  • Sling Procedures

  • Interstim Neuromodulation

  • Artificial Urinary Sphincters

  • Pelvic Floor Reconstruction

  • Vaginoplasty

  • Hysterectomy

  • Bladder Instillations & Bladder Overdistention

  • Sex Therapy

  • Stress Reduction

  • Nutrition

  • Herbal Therapies

  • Acupuncture

  • Massage and Musculoskeletal Manipulation

  • Nerve Blocks


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