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One in three women will experience a urogynecologic disorder at some point during their lifetime. These conditions, which include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and more, can significantly impact a person’s confidence, health and well-being.
There are many reasons why you might visit a urogynecologist, including bulge or pressure in your pelvic area, discomfort during sexual intercourse, difficulty emptying your bladder, frequent urges to urinate, urinary leakage or an inability to get to the bathroom on time.
At Inspira, we understand that your pelvic health is very personal and can be difficult to discuss. Our skilled urogynecology specialists are sensitive to your needs and have years of experience diagnosing, treating and educating patients about these complex health issues.
Inspira’s urogynecologists can help diagnose and treat a number of urogynecologic and pelvic disorders using the most up-to-date technology and methodologies available, including Botox injections, nerve stimulation, lifestyle counseling and laparoscopic and robotic minimally invasive surgery.
Inspira’s trusted providers are sensitive to the delicate nature of pelvic health conditions, and we do everything in our power to put you at ease during your visit or procedure. We’re with you every step of the way, from your consultation visit to procedures and follow-up care.
Our urogynecologists take a holistic approach to care, consulting with primary care and gynecology physicians, colorectal surgeons, urologists and other specialists to craft a comprehensive treatment plan for each patient. Located right in South Jersey, our state-of-the-art surgical facilities are equipped with robotic technology that allows our surgeons to use minimally invasive techniques to reduce pain, scarring and the risk of complications, improve surgical outcomes and speed up recovery time.
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