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Continence & Pelvic Floor

Continence & Pelvic Floor

The medical team at the Center for Continence and Pelvic Floor Health provides clinical expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of urinary continence concerns and other pelvic floor disorders.

Continence & Pelvic Floor

Urology
190 Groton Road, Ayer MA 01432
978-784-9972

Gynecology/Urogynecology
198 Groton Road, Suite #3, Ayer, MA 01432
978-784-9831

Rehabilitative Services
788 Boston Road, Groton, MA 01450
978-784-9910

Continence & Pelvic Floor Treatments at Nashoba Valley

The Center for Continence and Pelvic Floor Health at Nashoba Valley Medical Center brings together a multidisciplinary team to provide care for patients who suffer from urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders.

Continence & pelvic conditions we treat include:
  • Dyspareunia
  • Chronic infections
  • Constipation
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Interstitial cystitis
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Vaginismus

Once a diagnosis is determined by your provider, our team collaborates with a patient in developing a personalized treatment plan. This plan may involve exercise, dietary changes, medication, non-invasive or surgical interventions, or rehabilitative therapy by a trained physical therapist specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation. Seeking treatment and "talking about it" is the first step to restoring your quality of life.

Rehabilitative Services

Our Rehabilitative Services team provides outpatient physical therapy for the treatment of pelvic floor disorders at our Groton location. Our licensed physical therapists customize treatment plans to meet the individual needs of the patient. Appointments are provided in a comfortable, private setting. 

Resources

Women Laughing
Why Many Women Hold Back their Laughter
Women suffering from urinary stress incontinence (USI), a pelvic floor disorder, often say “Don’t Make me Laugh!” for fear they’ll lose bladder control mid-giggle. They’re also cautious when they sneeze, cough or jump. Pelvic floor disorders such as USI are more common than you think.

Our Team

Alexander W.  Pang
Alexander W. Pang

Urology

Zoe A. Gillis
Zoe A. Gillis

Obstetrics and Gynecology

John H.  Al-Jamal
John H. Al-Jamal

Urogynecology

Lindsay Davis
Lindsay Davis

Physical Therapy