The Pelvic Health Center, Stoneham Outpatient Campus 51 Montvale Ave. Stoneham (781) 213-5200 Weekdays by appointment, based on availability
The Pelvic Health Center brings dignity and expertise to women and men with the difficult (and often embarrassing) problems that come with pelvic floor disorders. Certified specialists offer a sense of hope and individualized care, helping patients regain their function and the confidence to get back to the things they enjoy.
The Pelvic Health Center brings together a team of gynecologists and gastroenterologists, as well as physical and behavioral health therapists. Each member of our team specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, a term applied to conditions that affect the pelvic organs. Our experts treat a variety of patients—from those with the simplest problems, to others who need additional specialized diagnostic testing and surgical treatment or repair.
Evaluation, diagnosis and non-surgical and surgical treatments are provided for:
- urinary incontinence
- neuro-urologic disorders
- pelvic organ prolapse
- fecal incontinence
- structural abnormalities of the pelvic floor (rectocele, cystocele, enterocele, sigmoidocele)
- pelvic pain
While pelvic floor dysfunction affects both men and women, it is generally more prevalent in women. Symptoms can range from mild to severe, and can have a negative impact on quality of life for affected patients.
The Pelvic Health Center provides multidisciplinary care ensuring that patients receive individualized therapy of the highest quality. To ease the patient's burden of pursuing integrated care for pelvic floor disorders, specialists from the different disciplines collaborate as a team to ensure coordinated care for our patients. The center provides patients the best possible outcomes by offering compassionate care, along with the latest therapies and cutting-edge technologies.
To schedule an appointment or obtain more information, Patients are seen at The Stoneham Outpatient Campus, 51 Montvale Ave., Stoneham. For more information or to schedule appointment, please call (781) 213-5200.
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