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Women's Services

Pelvic Health Services for Women

Common conditions women don't talk about
Nearly 1 in 3 women experiences a pelvic health issue in her lifetime. Problems with bladder control, urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (vaginal prolapse) are common and often life-limiting conditions rarely discussed. Many women suffer in silence, too embarrassed to talk with their doctor, thinking they are alone in these problems or incorrectly believing these conditions are just a normal part of aging. They are common, but are not normal, and most are very treatable, often without surgery or with minimally-invasive procedures.

Pelvic Health Conditions: more common than you might think

Comprehensive pelvic health services
We are committed to helping support women dealing with pelvic health issues through diagnosis and treatment to improve their quality of life. St. Luke's offers a wide range of evaluation and treatment options for conditions such as:

  • urinary incontinence (involuntary leakage of urine)
  • bladder control issues (overactive bladder)
  • pelvic organ prolapse (a condition in which the uterus or other pelvic organs fall out of their normal position when the muscles and ligaments supporting them weaken)
  • and other pelvic health conditions

Are you experiencing pelvic health issues but don't know where to start?

Take a brief pelvic health self-assessment

Contact St. Luke's Pelvic Health Nurse Navigator
Speak confidentially with a registered nurse who can help guide you to the appropriate evaluation and treatment options based on your needs, as well as provide referral to a specialist. Call 314-205-6654.

Schedule a confidential, personalized pelvic health assessment with a specialist
Physicians specializing in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery can offer evaluation, specialized testing, pelvic health therapy referral and various treatment options for incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and other pelvic health issues. 

Attend a free Pelvic Health Basics: Total Control Introductory Class
This free 1-hour class provides an overview of risk factors, symptoms and treatment options for urinary leakage, bladder control issues and other pelvic health concerns, as well as preventive strategies. It also covers additional evaluation and treatment resources available. Learn more and register for an upcoming Pelvic Health Basics class.

Pelvic Health Therapy
This specialized field of physical therapy focuses on musculoskeletal conditions of the pelvic floor. Our highly trained therapists offer compassionate care for pelvic pain, incontinence and other conditions.

Total Controlâ„¢ Fitness and Educational Pelvic Health Program
Through personalized, hands-on instruction, this program integrates specialized core training exercises, education and lifestyle modifications to help women improve their pelvic health and wellness.

Non-surgical and Minimally-invasive Surgical Treatments
After appropriate evaluation and testing, a physician specializing in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery can provide various non-surgical and minimally-invasive surgical treatments to meet each woman's specific needs.