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Pelvic Floor Disorders

Pelvic floor disorder (PFD) is a condition in which the muscles in the pelvis do not work properly. The role of these muscles is to support various pelvic organs, including the bladder, prostate, rectum and female reproductive organs. Problems with the pelvic floor muscles can lead to urinary problems and fecal incontinence (bowel dysfunction).

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State Of The Art Diagnostic Testing

Today's state-of-the-art technology has evolved into a powerful tool to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of our patients.

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Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation

Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation (PMR), is a non-surgical therapy to eliminate or reduce symptoms of pelvic floor disorders.

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Patient Education & Videos

Learn how to self-catheterize, care for your suprapubic catheter after surgery and about managing your overactive bladder.

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As one of the last independent GYN offices in the area AND one of the area's only Board Certified Uro-Gynecologists, Dr. Beyer is passionate about his commitment to using advanced technology, compassion, and expertise to deliver exceptional care to our patients.

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