Women today are healthier and more active than ever before. Unfortunately, pelvic disorders and bladder problems slow down or sideline women with discomfort or incontinence that can also erode vitality and self-esteem. These conditions are more common than you might think and, for millions of American women, can be successfully treated – often with little to no surgical interventions.
As leaders of pelvic care in the region, we understand and are committed to providing you with individualized care and best outcomes so you can get back to your active lifestyle and the quality of life you enjoy.
Rochester Regional Health urogynecology physicians are board-certified specialists and one of the most experienced groups in the nation* for performing minimally invasive procedures that improve healing and recovery time.
This expertise has earned us the distinction of becoming a Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology (COEMIG), as recognized by the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists and the Surgical Review Corp. Combined, our four doctors bring over 100 years of expertise in urogynecology to the Rochester region.
We take the time to counsel you and develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your personal goals and needs. Our non-surgical approaches include behavioral techniques and assist devices, as well as physical therapy led by women’s health specialists certified in pelvic therapy.
We treat all conditions associated with dysfunction of the female pelvic floor and bladder, and for the majority of women, surgery is not required. Common conditions include:
We provide a comprehensive range of surgical and non-surgical treatments tailored to your needs, including:
It's estimated that nearly 45 percent of women suffer from urine leakage or incontinence — Pittsford resident Julie Warner fell into that 45 percent. After years of dealing with this problem, she sought help from Dr. Marc Eigg and Rochester Regional Health's team of board-certified urogynecologists.Hear Julie's Story
Sylvia had felt uncomfortable for some time. “It didn’t feel right down there,” she said. “It felt like something was hanging where it wasn’t supposed to.” After visiting Dr. Muhammad Tariq Qureshi, Sylvia discovered there was a way to relieve her discomfort and take back control of her life.Read Sylvia's Story
One in ten women in the United States receive surgery for pelvic organ prolapse. When Rochester-area resident Ella was diagnosed, she relied on Dr. Marc Greenstein to help her get her active lifestyle back through minimally invasive robotic surgery at RGH.Read Ella's Story
Kim, an elementary school teacher from Rochester, suffered from urinary incontinence for years. It impacted her job and obstructed her personal life before she finally spoke up about her experience and found the help she needed with Dr. Earlando Thomas.Read Kim's Story
Our experienced, board-certified urogynecology team is located throughout the Rochester area, providing a convenient network of care.