If you've seen other doctors and they can’t find anything wrong, don't give up.
EvergreenHealth Urology & Urogynecology are experts in women's pelvic health, and we can help.
For more information, visit our website.
You probably have vaginal prolapse.
It's a common problem, and not dangerous.
We offer a full range of options from the least invasive (physical therapy, vaginal pessary) to several surgical options.
You don’t hold and empty normally and it's causing you to have bladder pain, urgency and leakage.
This is what's called voiding dysfunction.
It is treatable through a variety of options, including physical therapy, medications, electrical stimulation and surgery.
Painful intercourse could be the result of a vaginal disorder such as vaginismus, or the side effect of menopause.
If you have this problem, you're not alone...and it's very treatable.
We'll identify the underlying cause, and treat it with physical therapy or muscle-relaxing injections.
It's not laziness that keeps you from exercising, but it's because you leak urine when you exercise and you're embarrassed about being wet.
We identify treatable causes of overactive bladder (frequency, urgency with urine leakage) using holistic approaches.
If medication or procedures are needed, we provide the full spectrum of options.
Patient Dina Pan experience bladder leakage after their birth of her children. She saw many doctors, but none were able to improve her condition.
We treated Dina with pelvic Botox injections and physical therapy.
Her condition improved after just one treatment, along with her self-worth.
Dr. Mia Swartz explores the many quality of life problems that stem from pelvic health issues.
EvergreenHealth Urology and Urogynecology Care is conducting a study is to determine whether injections of Botox into the muscles of the pelvic floor can improve patients’ pain symptoms.
To learn more, call the EvergreenHealth Research Department hotline at 425.899.5385 and ask about the Pelvic Floor Botox study.