Treatment Plans Customized to Your Needs

No one should have to live with the problems that can arise from a weak pelvic floor. That’s why we have treatment plans to help. Whether your condition was caused by pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, chronic cough, surgery, or anything else, we can assist you. 

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Symptoms of a Weak Pelvic Floor

  • Pelvic or tailbone pain
  • Leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, etc.
  • Urinary urgency or frequency 
  • Overactive bladder (not making it to the bathroom in time)
  • A bulge at the vaginal opening
  • Vagina feels “heavy”
  • Constipation
  • Passing wind vaginally when bending over or lifting
  • Reduced sensation in the vagina
  • Tampons that dislodge or fall out
  • Vaginismus and vulvodynia
  • Painful intercourse
  • Interstitial cystitis (can feel similar to a UTI)
  • Painful scars following surgery
  • Post-operative gynecological cancer
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Our Approach to Pelvic Floor Therapy

We begin with a focus on strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. You will undergo a series of in-office treatments where you will be shown how to do internal and external exercises to contract your pelvic floor muscles and control them. This will take place over the course of six weeks, and intermittently after that. Exercises will include Kegels and even electrical stimulation for the pelvic floor.  

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Pelvic Floor Prolapse

About one-half of women who give birth develop some level of pelvic floor prolapse. However, it can also develop in women who have never had children. 

Pelvic floor prolapse occurs when the pelvic organs drop down, and it is caused by a weakening of the muscles and tissues that support the organs of the pelvis (the vagina, uterus, and bladder). Prolapse happens when these tissues and muscles simply can’t support the organs any longer. The muscles may become torn or stretched. The main cause of this condition is pregnancy and vaginal childbirth, but it can also happen due to menopause, aging, and repeated heavy lifting, as well as conditions that cause pressure on the abdomen (being overweight or obese, constipation, chronic coughing, and other medical conditions).

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Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Prolapse

Symptoms of pelvic floor prolapse may come on gradually and may not be noticed at first. Women with symptoms may include the following:

  • A feeling of pelvic pressure or “fullness”
  • A visible bulge in the vagina
  • Organs bulging out of the vagina
  • Lower back pain
  • Urinary leakage
  • Problems completely emptying the bladder 
  • Problems having a bowel movement
  • Problems with inserting tampons or applicators

Why Choose Modern Women’s Health?

At Modern Women’s Health, we are on the cutting edge of technology in both feminine medicine and aesthetics, always evolving through science and research. 

Our founder, Dr. Lisa Jukes, is a board-certified gynecologist who has established one of the top gynecology and women’s practices in Texas, providing patient-centric medical treatment in a compassionate, confidential, and comfortable atmosphere.

We are proud to have female providers for female needs, and we take a specialized 360-degree approach to patient wellness and care, covering every aspect of your health.

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