The Johns Hopkins Women’s Center for Pelvic Health brings dignity and expertise to women with the difficult (and often embarrassing) problems that come with pelvic floor disorders. Our nationally recognized specialists can offer hope and individualized care, and can help patients regain their function and the confidence to get back to the things they enjoy.
The Center for Pelvic Health brings together a team of gynecologists, urologists and physical 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 complex testing and advanced surgeries.
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Evaluation, diagnosis, and non-surgical and surgical treatments are provided for:
- urinary incontinence
- neuro-urologic disorders
- pelvic organ prolapse
- fecal incontinence
- defecatory dysfunction and inflammatory bowel disorders
- and other pelvic floor disorders
The Johns Hopkins Women's Center for Pelvic Health provides patients the best possible outcomes by offering compassionate care, along with the latest therapies and cutting-edge technologies. Patients are seen at a variety of convenient locations throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area, including Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station, Johns Hopkins at White Marsh and Johns Hopkins at Odenton.
For more information or to schedule appointment, please call 410-550-4406.