Every woman deserves advanced, compassionate gynecologic care provided in a comfortable and peaceful setting. That’s why so many women turn to Overland Park Regional Medical Center and our physician experts for general and specialized gyno care.

Whether it’s your first visit to a gynecologist or ob-gyn for preventive care, or you’re seeking relief for symptoms of pain or discomfort, we listen, put you at ease — and put your care and comfort first. Our commitment to safe and effective care is reflected in our designation as an AAGL Center of Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecology.

Turn to us for:

  • Advanced treatment for any gynecologic condition, from fibroids and endometriosis to gynecologic cancers
  • Less invasive alternatives to traditional surgery
  • Yearly pelvic exams, Pap smears and other preventive care
  • Contraceptive counseling and prescribing
  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation and repair, for women who need help with bladder or bowel control, pelvic pain, organ prolapse or other conditions

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Repair

As many as one in four women age 18 or older have problems with bladder control or pelvic pain. You don’t have to live with the debilitating symptoms or sacrifice your quality of life. Overland Park Regional Medical Center offers advanced, highly effective treatment, from specialized physical therapy and exercise to robotic-assisted surgical repair.

Our pelvic floor program is one of the most advanced and highly specialized in the region. Women from across the Midwest come to Overland Park Regional Medical Center for help with:

  • Bladder and bowel control problems
  • Pelvic pain
  • A prolapsed uterus or other pelvic structure
  • Complications from childbirth
  • Symptoms of adhesions and other pelvic conditions

Our physicians are board-certified, fellowship-trained and highly experienced with pelvic floor problems and treatment. They work closely with our physical therapists, who have post-graduate education and hands-on experience with the latest techniques, such as:

  • Targeted exercises that build pelvic floor strength and core muscle
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for pain and pelvic floor contractions
  • Interferential current therapy for treatment at the site of pain
  • Biofeedback to help manage and control pain and other symptoms

Whatever your needs, we’ll work with you to develop the best treatment or management plan, so you can get back to living your life.

Find out more about gynecologic care, conditions and your options.