Pelvic Health & Incontinence Support
Half of all women have never talked to their doctor about care, management or treatment of pelvic health conditions. Many women suffer in silence with urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, abnormal uterine bleeding, sexual dysfunction or human papillomavirus (HPV), too embarrassed to talk with their doctor or believing many of these conditions are a normal part of aging. They are not, and most are very treatable.
Always running to the bathroom? Or - oops - leaking when you laugh, cough or sneeze? You may be the one in three women who experience urge or stress incontinence. Take the free BladderAware risk assessment and find out your risk now!
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St. Luke's offers a wide range of evaluation and treatment options for pelvic pain, incontinence and other pelvic health conditions, including:
Pelvic Health Nurse Navigator
Speak confidentially with our pelvic health nurse navigator, a registered nurse who can help guide you to the appropriate evaluation and treatment options based on your needs. To reach the Pelvic Health Nurse Navigator, call 314-205-6654.
A useful evaluation and treatment tool, pelvic ultrasound assists physicians and physical therapists in providing treatments and to see the results after non-surgical and surgical treatments. The test is a simple and painless ultrasound examination. For more information on pelvic ultrasound, call 314-469-3990.
Total Control™ Fitness and Educational Pelvic Health Program
St. Luke's Hospital is the exclusive St. Louis provider of Total Control, a fitness and educational pelvic health program that can transform women's lives. By focusing on fitness from the inside out, it can help women of all ages experience life-changing benefits, including stronger pelvic floor and flatter abs, improved bladder control and better sexual health.
Learn more about Total Control
- The 7-week Total Control Course integrates workouts and educational discussions to help women improve their pelvic health and wellness. View course dates and details.
- The Continuing Total Control Course is a great option for women who have completed the 7-week Total Control Course and would like to continue strengthening the muscles of the pelvic pyramid. View course dates and details.
- The free Total Control Introductory Class provides information on exercise and treatment options for incontinence and other pelvic health issues, and allows you to see if the Total Control Course or another option might be best for you. View class dates.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Our highly trained and compassionate therapists understand the difficulty an individual may experience while trying to manage pelvic pain and incontinence, which can affect every aspect of their lives, from their level of physical discomfort to their emotional health. We provide quality care during the evaluation and treatment of:
For more information on pelvic floor physical therapy, call 314-542-4800.
- Pelvic pain during and after pregnancy
- Pain during intercourse
- Interstitial cystitis
- Pain after hysterectomy and other abdominal surgeries
- Muscle spasms
- Joint laxity
- Urinary incontinence
Minimally-invasive Surgical and Non-surgical Treatments
Gynecologists and Urogynecologists offer a variety of treatment options. To find a St. Luke's physician who offers such treatments, contact the Pelvic Health Nurse Navigator at 314-205-6654 or St. Luke's Physician Referral Service at 314-205-6060.