EvergreenHealth Urogynecology Care (formerly Athena Women's Health) offers innovative female pelvic medicine, including conservative treatments, reconstructive surgery and physical therapy services for women and girls living with pelvic health issues or incontinence.
We utilize rehabilitative and curative care plans with your emotional and educational needs in mind at all times.
We are dedicated to restoring your pelvic health and wellness.
Pelvic pain and dyspareunia (pain with intercourse) is not a rare problem and is treatable in many cases. We provide a careful anatomical evaluation to make sure there are no issues with reproductive organs and then recommend appropriate treatment options. Most can be effectively treated using pelvic floor physical therapy. Read more about Pelvic Pain treatment
We identify treatable causes of overactive bladder (frequency, urgency with urine leakage) first using holistic approaches. When medication or procedures are needed, we provide the full spectrum of treatment options. Read more about our Overactive Bladder program
We provide contemporary incontinence care that covers the entire treatment spectrum beginning with non-surgical options and progressing to surgical management where desired. Read more about the Stress Incontinence program
About half of women over 50 years old have some daily bother with bladder control and the numbers affected only increase as women age. We assess each individual woman’s risks for incontinence and tailor a program that will be acceptable to her and her caregivers. Read more about our elder continence program
Urinary tract infections (UTIs)are very common among women of all ages and they can occur for many different reasons. We provide treatment and help women to decrease risk factors that contribute to such infection and improve quality of life. Read more about our UTI treatment program
Issues of incontinence, voiding dysfunction, pelvic pain, painful sex and constipation affect some younger girls just as much as adult women. We treat common pelvic complaints that occur in girls aged 10-19 years of age in a safe, comfortable environment. Read more about our Teen and Young Adult program
Weakened pelvic muscles can result in disorders such as urinary or bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, uterine prolapse, urinary urgency and frequency, and bladder or pelvic pain. With a targeted Urostym evaluation, we are able to identify pelvic floor strength or endurance deficits allowing us to prescribe the most effective individualized treatment. Read more about our Urostym program
Pelvic organ prolapse is not usually dangerous, but can have a significant impact on a woman’s quality of life. Each patient seen for possible prolapse treatment undergoes a thorough evaluation to determine the exact nature of her symptoms and what is bothering her the most. Read more about our Prolapse treatment program
In the minority of pelvic pain cases that are not responsive to physical therapy, pelvic floor Botox injections (in office or using brief anesthesia) can be used to cure sexual and pelvic pain. Read more about our Pelvic Pain program
Neurological conditions like spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis (MS) can all affect the bladder. We provide women with neurological conditions that affect their bladders all available treatment options, including those traditionally used for women without neurogenic bladder conditions. Read more about our Neurogenic Bladder treatment program
We provide appropriate, safe care of patients needing vaginal mesh surgery implant, revision, or removal to treat incontinence, prolapse, and pelvic floor dysfunction. Our surgeons are dedicated to best practice guidelines and providing the best outcomes for our patients. Read more about Vaginal Mesh Implant Surgery