At the Center for Incontinence and Pelvic Health, we recognize that you may be embarrassed to talk about your incontinence or related health concerns. Understanding the delicate nature of your condition, we work to put you at ease so you’re comfortable talking about these issues.
Urinary and fecal incontinence are common, but that doesn’t mean you should silently accept them as facts of life. If you’re experiencing bladder, bowel, pelvic pain or sexual health issues, we are dedicated to helping you understand and manage your condition with compassion and discretion. Our team of clinicians—including specialists in gynecology, urology, colorectal health, physical therapy and behavioral health—all work closely to carefully coordinate your care. Following national guidelines and best practices, we accurately evaluate your specific condition and help you achieve your goals.