Pelvic floor disorders affect both men and women of all ages. Brought on by injury, childbirth, nerve disease or other causes, pelvic floor disorders can lead to embarrassing and disruptive symptoms. Hesitant to talk about these symptoms with their doctor, many people choose to suffer in silence. These conditions are highly treatable through medication, biofeedback, physical therapy and even minimally invasive surgery.
The Pelvic Floor Health Center at Memorial Hermann-Sugar Land provides the latest in specialized care for pelvic floor disorders. Featuring an experienced team of affiliated specialists, the center offers a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions in men and women, including incontinence (fecal and urinary), constipation, urinary tract issues as well as pelvic organ prolapse in women. We offer a comprehensive diagnostic program, state-of-the art imaging technology and a variety of treatment options, including physical therapy available through Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation (14857 Southwest Fwy., Suite C-303, Sugar Land, TX 77478).
Our team of dedicated, affiliated specialists shares a single focus: helping you achieve an improved quality of life. Numerous factors are considered before making a recommendation for treatment for your pelvic floor disorder based on your medical history, test results and lifestyle. Often, various therapy modalities can be combined to help you achieve an optimal outcome.
Don’t continue to let pelvic floor disorders cause you embarrassment, inconvenience and pain any longer. Although they are not a normal part of aging, the muscle weakness, damaged tissues and symptoms that pelvic floor disorders cause can worsen as you age if left untreated. Let us help you regain control of your body and return to the active live you crave.
For more information, call the nurse navigator at (281) 725-5733.
Just 25 miles southwest of Houston, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land is conveniently located at the intersection of Hwy. 59 and S.H. 99/Grand Parkway. From Hwy. 59 south, take the Grand Parkway exit and remain on the feeder to access the hospital. Parking is free for the hospital and professional buildings. Follow the signs to the Emergency Room.