Pelvic Floor Medicine is a specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of pelvic floor disorders. Pelvic floor disorders affect the group of muscles that support the opening of a woman’s pelvis. The muscles and surrounding
connective tissues hold a woman’s pelvic organs in place and keep them functioning correctly. Over time or due to childbirth, surgery, or injury, these muscles or connective tissues can weaken or become damaged, which can result in a pelvic
floor disorder. It’s important to know that if you are experiencing issues such as increased frequency and urgency to urinate or pain and discomfort in the pelvic region, there’s a team of urogynecological specialists at West Boca Medical
Center that may have treatment options for you.
The Women's Pelvic Health Center at West Boca Medical Center
You’re not alone. The burden of pelvic problems and urinary incontinence affect many women daily. These conditions cause symptoms that can affect your active lifestyle and quality of life, which is why West Boca Medical Center developed a dedicated
Women’s Pelvic Health Program to help. The Women’s Pelvic Health Center at West Boca Medical Center offers diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation options for women’s pelvic disease, disorders and bowel issues. The program’s
physicians have special training and expertise in treating pelvic disorders, and utilize rehabilitation and state-of-the-art minimally invasive treatment options.
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