A center dedicated to specialized urogynecological services.
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The Reliant Medical Group Women’s Center for Pelvic Medicine and Surgery provides comprehensive and coordinated urogynecological care for women with pelvic floor disorders–including but not limited to the following:
- Urinary incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Fecal incontinence
- Chronic constipation
Located in Suite 160 in the Worcester Medical Center inside Saint Vincent Hospital, our Women’s Center for Pelvic Medicine and Surgery is the only center of its kind in Central Massachusetts. The Center is proudly staffed by two board-certified urogynecologists: Dr. Amos Adelowo and Dr. Judith McNicholas.
Our urogynecologists work with a team of advanced practitioners and physical therapists who have training in pelvic floor disorder and treatment techniques. This team approach provides a more convenient treatment for our patients since all conditions can be managed by a single team of caregivers. Our Center’s staff is dedicated to providing women with the specialized service they deserve.
In addition to Worcester Medical Center, our Urogynecology team sees patients in Leominster, Milford, Southboro, Westborough, and Framingham and offer surgical services at Worcester Medical Center, Metrowest Medical Center, and Worcester Surgical Center.
|Advanced Pelvic Organ Prolapse||Fistula- Rectal, Urethrovaginal||Mesh Erosion/Complications||Urodynamics|
|Bladder Obstruction||Genitourinary Fistula||Pelvic Floor Disorder||Uterine Prolapse|
|Bladder Surgery||Gynecological Surgery||Pelvic Floor Reconstruction||Uterine Fibroids|
|Botox in the Bladder||Gynecology Laceration Repair||Pelvic Organ Prolapse/Surgery||Vaginal Wall Sling|
|Cystocele Repair||Hematuria||Pessary Insertion/Fitting/Care||Vaginoplasty|
|Dyspareunia/Sexual Dysfunction||Hysterectomy||Rectocele Repair||Vaginal Vault Repair|
|Enterocele||Incontinence||Sacral Nerve Modulation||Vesicovaginal Fistula|
|Failed Prolapse Surgery||Interstitial Cystitis||Urethral Bulking||Voiding Dysfunction|
|Fecal Incontinence (female)||Overactive Bladder||Urinary Retention|