In-Office Procedures

 

Procedures performed in our office include:

Periurethral injections

Injection of material next to the opening of the bladder in an effort to prevent stress incontinence.

Urodynamic testing

Helps determine cause of incontinence or frequent urination.

Cystoscopy

Using a cystoscope your physician will look at the interior of the bladder the urethra.

For non-surgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse, our in-office procedures include:

Pessary fitting

Made of rubber, plastic or silicone-based material a pessiary is a removable device placed in the vagina used to treat pelvic organ prolapse.

Physical therapy

Using biofeedback, pelvic floor exercises are used to strengthen muscles of the pelvic floor to treat pelvic organ prolapse.

Biofeedback

Using small pad electrodes placed on the abdomen and anus, a computer screen readout indicates when a patient has contracted or engaged pelvic floor muscles as part of non-surgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse.