Do you have a pelvic health issue?
Are you experiencing any of the symptoms listed below?
Have you seen other doctors and they can’t find anything wrong?
Do you think what you are experiencing is a normal part of aging, and no medications or surgeries have helped?
It's a fact that your pelvic organs change as they age. They may have a feeling of pelvic pressure or heaviness, like something is falling out of your vagina. These symptoms may be caused by pelvic support problems that might have begun with childbirth. You may notice it even more as you age.
Let us help you.
There are treatments that work, and we can help you!
We offer life-altering treatment options for women and girls living with pelvic pain, painful sex or incontinence.
We stress conservative therapies, but also offer leading edge surgical treatments when needed.
Symptoms of a pelvic condition
- Frequency of urination (more than 2x per hour)
- Urinary urgency (hard to hold it)
- Urine leakage
- Pain or burning during urination
- Urinary or fecal incontinence
- Recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pain during or after sex
- Genital pain
- Reduced libido
- Surgical mesh or sling complications
- Anal pain
What is urogynecology?
You might think a Urogynecologist is just a Urologist for women—but it's more than that. Urogynecology combines urology and gynecology to address the special needs of female Urological Care.
Urogynecologists have specialized training and certification beyond that of a general OB/GYN or Urologist that enables them to treat complex pelvic floor issues and provide additional support such as specialized pelvic floor therapy, integrative medical support and emotional support.
EvergreenHealth Urogynecology Care is dedicated to restoring your wellness…from the ease of making your first appointment, to the comfort of our office, to the compassionate expertise of our FPMRS board-certified doctors and all-female staff.
We provide comprehensive programs of care that include diagnoses to treatment to rehab, as well as taking care of our patients’ emotional and educational needs.
We are committed to helping you navigate today’s ever-changing insurance environment and understand your financial responsibility.
It is important that you understand your policy in advance to be fully aware of the benefits available and any limitations or restrictions that may apply to services you seek. This includes knowing your deductible, copay and co-insurance amounts. We require that all copays and applicable deductibles be paid at the time of your visit. This helps our office to control billing costs and enables us to provide more cost-effective services.
After your initial visit, your physician may make the recommendation that you have further in-office procedures in order to evaluate your condition. Our staff will do its best to provide you with an accurate estimate of anticipated charges and the portion you may be responsible for based on your insurance coverage. We strongly encourage you to also inquire with your insurance carrier prior to undergoing the procedure.
We accept many insurance plans. It is your responsibility to check with your insurance carrier to make sure your plan covers our services and to determine if you need a referral from your primary care physician in order to be covered.
Our staff will provide the information necessary for you to submit charges to your insurance.
Once your insurance company has paid their portion of your claim, you will be responsible for any outstanding balance.
If you are covered by an insurance carrier that we do not accept or are uninsured, payment in full is required at the time of your visit.
We accept cash, check, Visa, Mastercard and Discover.
Take the first step in navigating your personalized treatment. It's as easy as filling out our secure appointment request form.
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