What treatments are offered at the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute?
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What are some of the conditions treated in the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute?
Prostate cancer is the most prevalent cancer in men, but it relatively uncommon in men under the age of fifty. Some symptoms to look for may include, but are not limited to: painful urination, frequent urination, hesitant urination, weak or uninterrupted urinary system, lower back or pelvic pain that lasts more than 2 weeks, blood in urine, and weight loss accompanied by fatigue and a loss of vitality.
A condition in which involuntary loss of urine is a social or hygenic problem. Incontinence may be classified by type, e.g. stress, urge, reflex or overflow incontinence.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Downward displacement of pelvic organs (uterus, bladder). Uterine prolapse involves the downward displacement of the uterus so that the cervix is within the vaginal orifice, the cervix is outside the orifice, or the entire uterus is outside the orifice.
The main objectives of the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute are to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to and state-of-the-art education, treatment and research for all individuals with pelvic floor disorders. The Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute began in 2000 and has educated and treated thousands of patients suffering with pelvic floor disorders, including, but not limited to, overactive bladder (urinary urgency frequency and/or leakage), IC, stress incontinence, pelvic pain, vulvodynia, pelvic floor dysfunction, prostate disorders, bowel disorders (irritable bowel syndrome/IBS), fecal incontinence, and sexual dysfunction.
We at the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute are committed to the highest standard of patient care and we aim to provide comprehensive treatment options that consider the physical, emotional and sexual needs of every patient.
What kinds of Specialists are on Staff at the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute?
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