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One in three women suffer from pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence, dropped pelvic organs, or urinary urgency. Less than 50 percent actually seek medical treatment.
The importance of understanding and maintaining a healthy pelvic floor can be easily overlooked. Surgery, childbirth, scarring, pelvic fractures or other trauma can result in a number of health problems if not properly treated.
Summa's pelvic disorder physicians have helped hundreds of women each year overcome a number of pelvic floor disorders, including:
Pelvic treatment options vary based on the condition and your medical history. Both surgical and non-surgical approaches are available to overcome pelvic floor disorders.
If our pelvic disorder specialists determine that non-surgical treatments or pelvic floor rehabilitation is appropriate for your pelvic condition, the options might include:
Additionally, incontinence rehabilitation is available at several convenient locations throughout the Akron area.
If a surgical approach is determined as the best treatment, pelvic surgery options include:
With minimally invasive surgery, patients can expect: