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Personalized Care in Katy

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What we do

We have considerable training, knowledge, and experience in evaluating and treating female pelvic floor diseases, and we provide specialized and comprehensive care to our patients.

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, often known as Urogynecology, is a specialization of Urology and Gynecology. Urogynecology is the medical specialty that deals with women who have difficulties with their pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is the foundation of the so-called ‘core’ group of muscles. These muscles run from the pubic bone (in the front) to the coccyx or tail-bone (in the back) and from side to side in the pelvis, like a hammock.

Although a primary care physician or a regular ob/gyn may be familiar with these issues, a urogynecologist can provide extra insight. Patients with pelvic organ prolapse, bothersome bladder or bowel incontinence, or when their primary doctor suggests consultation can see or be referred to a urogynecologist.

Problems with emptying the bladder or rectum, pain/problems in the pelvic floor muscle, and the necessity for particular competence in vaginal surgery are some of the other issues for which the doctor may visit a urogynecologist.


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Specialized care for women in Katy

It’s essential to see a gynecologist on a frequent basis to keep overall reproductive health in check. These visits should begin between the ages of 13 and 15, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

The gynecologist may utilize this visit to screen for diseases like cervical or breast cancer, depending on the patients’ health history and age. The well visit is also an opportunity to discuss reproductive health issues with the gynecologist, such as birth control.

The surgical and nonsurgical treatment of noncancerous gynecologic disorders is a focus of our doctors’ extra training. We are board-certified, trained professionals in the assessment and treatment of diseases affecting the female pelvic organs, as well as the muscles and connective tissue that support them.

We also offer a fellowship program for ob/gyn doctors pursuing additional training and expertise in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery as faculty at an academic medical center.