Urogynecology / Female Pelvic Health
Our newly established Center for Female Pelvic Health is located in the recently renovated F9-West suite of Weill Cornell Medicine/New York-Presbyterian Hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
The Iris Cantor Men's Health Center offers a complete and comprehensive array of healthcare services for men at a single clinical location in New York City. The objective of the Center is to provide an integrated, one-stop medical experience for men's healthcare. This center provides comprehensive care under specialties including Preventative Medicine, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Urology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Nutrition, Plastic Surgery and Clinical Genetics.
The most common type of fistula in these systems is a vesicovaginal fistula, in which the woman's vagina is connected to the urinary bladder. This causes leakage of urine from the vagina and results in frequent vaginal and bladder infections. Fistulas may also develop between the vagina and the large intestine (an enterovaginal fistula) or rectum (rectovaginal fistula) so that feces leak from the vagina.
Painful Bladder Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis (PBS/IC) is a chronic condition that involves:
Urogenital atrophy refers to changes in the vagina and urethra due to declining estrogen levels in these tissues.
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To request an appointment, please call our office at 646-962-9600. Our phone staff are available to help you Monday-Friday, from 9AM-5PM (EST).
You can find the office contact information for each physician specializing in Urogenital Atrophy by visiting their profile listed on the bottom of this webpage.
The Brady Urologic Health Center is located within an 8,000 square foot suite on the ninth floor of the Starr Pavilion at Weill Cornell Medicine/New York-Presbyterian Hospital and is composed of a close-knit team of physicians, working together to provide treatment for the broad spectrum of urologic conditions.
Female Pelvic Health
Maintaining good female pelvic health is critical to a woman's overall well-being. Any number of conditions—uterine fibroids, prolapse or herniation of pelvic organs, chronic bladder problems such as incontinence and pain—can seriously undermine quality of life. However, it is important to note that pelvic floor disorders can be effectively treated. It is important for women to learn to recognize conditions such as bladder problems (incontinence and pain) and prolapse of pelvic organs and seek appropriate help from a board certified urogynecologist.