The Women's Center
Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery Center
Experts in Pelvic Floor Disorders for Green Bay and Northeastern Wisconsin
At Aurora BayCare Medical Center, we provide comprehensive evaluation and effective medical and surgical treatment for urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders. We evaluate every individual’s condition and develop a treatment plan designed around lifestyle and personal preference. Treatment may include behavioral therapy, exercises, non-invasive surgical techniques, and surgical intervention.
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Video one: Meet Dr. John Utrie
The Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery Center offers team of professionals experienced in performing simple and complex procedures for correcting problems of vaginal function and support. We provide the latest treatment options and resources available to ensure the best results.
Most women with urinary incontinence suffer in silence, believing the condition to be a normal part of aging. But, it isn’t. Urinary incontinence is linked to childbirth, and menopause, and can also be caused by stress, urinary tract infections, pelvic injuries, and even by certain medications. It’s a more common condition than many women think, affecting 5 to 10% of all women, and nearly one in four women over 65. Female incontinence is highly treatable. More than half of all cases can be treated non-surgically.
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Urogynecology Surgery and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Problems with pelvic floor support are often called prolapse. Common names are cystocele, rectocele or uterine prolapse. If a prolapse becomes large or occurs after a prior operation, you many need a special procedure for effective repair. Urinary, fecal and sexual function needs consideration when designing the repair in more complicated prolapses.
Our team has experience in successfully managing these complicated conditions.
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Trained therapists are able to teach pelvic floor exercises to help women with incontinence and pelvic organ issues, tailoring exercise to individual needs.
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Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
We have pelvic floor rehabilitation specialists right here at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay. These specialists in pelvic floor rehabilitation focus on treatments to strengthen muscles to support the pelvic organs. Generally treatment will begin with least invasive option, such as information on diet and personal care, and increase until results are achieved.
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