Providing Care for Over 40 Years
Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) can be uncomfortable and embarrassing to talk about, but they are common. In fact, more than one-third of all women and one-fourth of all men in the United States will experience related symptoms in their lifetime. Common disorders include:
Our unique, comprehensive program, designed for both men and women, includes experienced surgeons, a nurse navigator, and a program coordinator who work in conjunction with your primary provider to develop a tailored and effective treatment plan. Our specialists then use leading-edge therapies to accurately treat the cause of your symptoms. Our entire program is designed to quickly and comfortably get our patients back to enjoying life.
The pelvic health team at Chesapeake Regional Healthcare understands how personal pelvic floor concerns can be, and how difficult they can often be to resolve. That’s why we provide comfortable, result-driven care.
These are some of the services offered and conditions we treat in this department. Your doctor may recommend you come here for others.
Innovative diagnostics help us obtain the most accurate answers even with the most complicated bladder and bowel issues.
We offer the following on-site diagnostic testing:
The following website may help you to define some of these clinical terms http://www.nafc.org/glossary/.
The method of treatment used depends on your individual diagnostic results. We offer our patients progressive treatment and rehabilitation options designed to produce results. Physical therapy is often recommended before or in conjunction with surgical treatment. Our pelvic health rehabilitation services include:
Our comprehensive program may include any variety of treatments, including surgical solutions. This includes procedures and surgical options which allow for smaller incisions, a speedier recovery and possibly even less discomfort. Our minimally invasive methods include:
At Chesapeake Regional Healthcare, we offer a professional team dedicated to treating the pelvic health needs of our patients. This includes a gynecologist and urologist who specialize in pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, a urologist specializing in men’s health and a board-certified colon and rectal surgeon. These specialists use leading-edge therapies to accurately treat the cause of symptoms. They are supported by a nurse navigator, a program coordinator, rehabilitation experts, specialty-certified nurses, and more. Together, they work in conjunction with primary care providers to develop a tailored and effective treatment plan for patients.
Dr. Beth Jacklic
Dr. Jennifer Miles-Thomas
Dr. Rebecca Ryder
Dr. John Liu