Discover the Life Changing Benefits of a Healthy Pelvic Floor
Pelvic health issues including pain, discomfort and incontinence are very common but should not be considered normal for anyone. Our expert staff specializes in helping women address these sensitive issues and achieve a better quality of life.
Services We Offer
- Bladder prolapse/cystoceles: Occurs in women when the bladder is no longer supported by pelvic floor muscles or tissue and descends into the vagina.
- Bowel incontinence: Occurs when the muscle that controls a bowel movement is too weak and allows leakage of stool.
- Chronic pelvic pain: Pain below a woman’s belly button and in between the hips that has lasted for six months or longer.
- Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome: Chronic bladder condition. It's often mistaken for a urinary tract infection (UTI), but there is no infection. Symptoms include bladder and pelvic pain or pressure and a frequent urge to urinate.
- Pelvic organ prolapse: Occurs when the vagina and/or uterus have dropped from their normal position in the pelvis.
- Urinary incontinence and stress urinary incontinence: Conditions involving loss of bladder control. The severity ranges from occasionally leaking urine when coughing or sneezing to having an urge to urinate that's so sudden and strong you don't get to a toilet in time.
At the Pelvic Health and Wellness Center, we provide specialized services needed to help you live a fuller, healthier and more confident life. Our specialists work together to develop a personalized plan that will help you return to the activities you enjoy. Our services include:
How does the referral process work?
- Bladder or bowel incontinence management: Treatment may include medication, biofeedback, exercise, dietary changes, and an emphasis on healthy lifestyle choices.
- Chronic pelvic pain and interstitial cystitis management: Treatment may include medication, biofeedback, exercise, dietary changes and an emphasis on healthy lifestyle choices.
- Cystoscopy: A procedure using a thin tube with a camera and light on the end (cystoscope) to see inside the urinary tract and bladder.
- Oral medication: Medication taken by mouth and used to improve bladder or bowel function, or reduce symptoms of discomfort.
- Pelvic floor muscle training: Physical therapists work with patients to rehabilitate pelvic muscles, strengthen the muscles and correct other musculoskeletal conditions contributing to pelvic floor disorders.
- Pelvic organ prolapse management: Treatment may include exercise, biofeedback and medication.
- Urodynamic bladder testing: a series of tests that gives your doctor a detailed look at how well your bladder and urethra are storing and releasing urine.
Patients can be referred by their physician or can call the office at 812-858-5950
for an appointment.
Pelvic Health Providers
Kim Snyder, PT
Amanda Phelps, WHNP-B
Erika McCombs, MPT
Pelvic Health and Wellness - The Women’s Hospital
4199 Gateway Blvd., Suite 3500
Newburgh, IN 47630