Pelvic health centers in Richmond, Virginia
HCA Virginia hospitals in Richmond offer treatments for bladder and bowel disorders, such as incontinence, as well as rehabilitation practices and extensive surgical procedures. Our team of urogynecologists, gynecologists, urologists, colorectal surgeons, gastroenterologists, pain management specialists and physical therapists will address your pelvic health concerns and create a customized treatment plan for you.
Call (804) 320-3627 to be connected with a specialist near you, or make an appointment today.
Although HCA Virginia facilities have pelvic health specialists for women and men, we also have women-focused pelvic health centers at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital and Johnston-Willis Hospitals. Regardless of which HCA Virginia facility you choose to visit, all members of your healthcare team will work together to ensure efficient communication and guide you through evaluation, resolution and treatment.
Pelvic health treatments for men and women
HCA Virginia’s pelvic health treatments and procedures are minimally invasive and can typically be done laparoscopically or robotically. For women, some treatments can also be performed vaginally.
Some of the pelvic health treatments and procedures performed include:
- Pelvic physical therapy
- Pelvic floor rehabilitation
- Pessary intervention therapy
- Sacral nerve stimulation
- Bladder Botox® injection
- Treatment of hemorrhoids
- Non-surgical and surgical treatment of prolapse
- Non-mesh surgical options
- Cystocele repair
- Rectocele repair
- Placement of midurethral slings
- Vaginal vault suspension
- Abdominal sacrocolpopexy
Pelvic floor prolapse treatment in Richmond
Pelvic floor prolapse is a pelvic floor disorder that affects many women. The disorder causes organs in the pelvic region—such as the bladder, uterus or small bowel—to drop due to weakened muscles within he pelvic floor.
Pelvic floor prolapse can be caused by pregnancy and childbirth, obesity, long-term respiratory issues, a hysterectomy or pelvic cancers. Women with this disorder typically experience symptoms like constipation, painful sex, urinary issues and back and/or pelvis pain.
The women’s pelvic health specialists of HCA Virginia has treated many women for pelvic floor prolapse, helping to restore their quality of life.
If you also suffer from this uncomfortable condition, let us help you. You can find information on making appointments or speaking to a specialist below.
HCA Virginia pelvic health center locations
We have four hospitals in Virginia that specialize in pelvic health, so you can conveniently receive care in your community:
HCA Virginia’s hospital network provides you with Consult-A-Nurse, a free service that connects you with an RN or referral specialist to help you.
- Find a doctor and make an appointment
- Answer healthcare and referral questions
- Register for classes and events
Find a doctor
You can also search online for a doctor by name, specialty, gender or location.