Northwestern Medicine Women's Integrated Pelvic Health Program
If you have a pelvic floor disorder there are many options for controlling, reducing or eliminating the causes of incontinence.
Leading-edge, Transdisciplinary Clinical and Surgical Care
At least one in four women reports discomfort and a negative impact on her quality of life from a pelvic floor disorder, including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary tract symptoms or incontinence, and fecal incontinence. Moreover, nearly one in five women will undergo surgery for a pelvic floor disorder with a 30 percent risk of needing repeat surgery. With the increased prevalence of pelvic floor disorders with aging, treatment for women with these disorders is expected to increase by 40 percent over the next 40 years—from 28 million in 2010 to 43 million in 2050.
Specialists for Pelvic Floor Disorders
The Northwestern Medicine Women's Integrated Pelvic Health Program houses a transdisciplinary team of specialists in convenient locations:
- Colon & Rectal Surgeons
- Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists
- Sexual Counselor
These specialists provide customized, compassionate, full-service care for all pelvic floor disorders in a confidential environment.