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Urogynecology and Pelvic Surgery

At Rowan Medicine's Division of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Surgery, our patients know they can count on our physician specialists to provide compassionate care and long-term solutions for bladder and pelvic floor problems commonly due to childbirth, repeated heavy lifting, chronic disease, surgery or aging.

Our physicians possess invaluable urogynecologic training and surgical expertise and maintain collaborative relationships with specialists in obstetrics/gynecology, urology, colorectal surgery, psychiatry, anesthesiology and physical therapy so that we can provide a multidisciplinary, patient centered approach to evaluation and treatment.


Women with pelvic floor disorders are often reluctant to seek treatment.

Urinary incontinence or problems related to changes in the pelvic floor – the network of muscles, ligaments and connective tissue that supports the bladder, uterus, intestines and rectum – often cause women to suffer in silence. Many are too embarrassed to discuss their symptoms and assume their problems can’t be treated or are a normal part of aging. Instead of seeking help, they endure countless inconveniences that affect their quality of life.

We take pride in offering you a treatment plan that meets your individual needs. We always begin with the most highly effective, non-surgical approaches such as medications, behavioral therapies and support devices. When needed, we also offer advanced surgical options in reconstructive surgery, including minimally invasive vaginal surgeries, resulting in less discomfort and allowing for a quicker recovery.

To make an appointment with our health care team, please call :

Stratford (Urogynecology) - 856-566-2710

Sewell (OBGYN) - 856-589-1414 (click here for the OBGYN website)


Rowan Medicine’s Division of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Surgery specializes in comprehensive evaluation and treatment for women with:

  • Pelvic organ prolapse – “dropped” or displaced bladder, uterus, vagina or rectum
  • Urinary incontinence – accidental loss of urine
  • Urinary retention – difficulty urinating
  • Overactive bladder – frequent and urgent bathroom use
  • Interstitial cystitis – painful bladder syndrome
  • Bowel incontinence – accidental loss of stool
  • Recurrent bladder infections
  • Sexual dysfunction secondary to pain


During the first visit, your urogynecologist will discuss your symptoms and your medical history before conducting a physical and pelvic exam. You may also undergo some initial diagnostic testing, such as ultrasound, cystoscopy or urodynamic testing, to better examine the factors that may be contributing to your condition. Once the cause of your symptoms is clear, your doctor will discuss a range of treatment options for you to consider.

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Rest assured that, depending on your general health and your specific condition, you can expect to have a variety of non-surgical and surgical options to consider.

Non-surgical options include:

  • Medications
  • Targeted physical therapy
  • Behavioral and lifestyle modifications
  • Non-invasive pelvic support devices
  • Biofeedback
  • Electrical stimulation

Surgical options could include:

  • Slings for stress incontinence
  • Vaginal surgery with or without grafts for prolapse
  • Interstim neuromodulation and Botox for overactive bladder

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Rowan Medicine
42 East Laurel Road, Suite 2545
Stratford, NJ 08084
Phone: 856-566-2710