Pelvic floor disorders affect nearly one in four women. Nonsurgical and advanced urogynecology treatments can offer women lasting relief.
Pelvic floor disorders affect nearly one in four women in the United States. At Allegheny Health Network, our urogynecologists lead multidisciplinary teams that provide patients with advanced treatments for pelvic floor disorders.
We treat the full range of pelvic floor disorders, including:
Nonsurgical pelvic floor treatments
At AHN, we work closely with multiple specialists to provide patients with nonsurgical treatment options to relieve pelvic floor disorder symptoms. Our team offers a wide range of nonsurgical treatments, including:
Pelvic floor therapists use the full range of therapeutic treatments, including:
In addition to non-surgical options, our team has expertise in several minor in-office procedures to treat pelvic floor disorders. Treatments include:
Minimally invasive surgery for pelvic floor disorders
In cases when surgery is the most effective option, we offer a range of minimally invasive procedures for overactive bladder, urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
Our physicians were some of the first in the nation to achieve certification in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Today, we continue our commitment to excellence, using the latest technologies in vaginal minimally invasive, laparoscopic and robotic urogynecologic surgery.