A urogynecologic disorder, also called a female pelvic disorder, refers to specific problems with the bladder or reproductive organs in women, including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and recurrent urinary tract infections.
If you are a woman with one of these or other urogynecologic conditions, specialists at NYU Langone’s Center for Female Pelvic Medicine offer a number of highly effective and minimally invasive treatments, emphasizing both quality of life and high-quality care.
Our physicians have vast experience in treating women with pelvic and urologic disorders, and have made significant contributions to research and advances in the field. We recognize that no single treatment fits all women, and we specialize in providing innovative, individualized care. Our offices feature a full spectrum of state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services, many of which can be performed on an outpatient basis.
We pride ourselves on offering compassionate and personalized treatment. Whether you are having a routine procedure or a complex operation, our staff is always available to answer any questions you may have and explain every step of your journey with us.
At the Center for Female Pelvic Medicine, our high standard of medical and surgical care is matched by our thoughtful treatment decision-making process that takes your personal needs and preferences into account.
We meet with many women who are seeking a second medical opinion about a diagnosis or treatment plan. Our female medicine specialists may recommend a different course of treatment for you to consider or may confirm the findings of your regular doctor.
Either way, discussing your care with one of our expert physicians can allow you to make a more informed decision.
Our female pelvic medicine specialists have vast experience in providing customized medical and surgical care to every woman they see, tailoring their treatment approaches to fit each woman’s unique needs.
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