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Women’s Urology and Pelvic Health Center

Women's Urology at Beaumont

Passionate Experts and Innovative Treatments

Beaumont’s Women’s Urology and Pelvic Health Center offers extensive female urology care for a number of conditions including bladder dysfunction, pelvic painpelvic floor dysfunctioninterstitial cystitis and sexual dysfunction.

When you choose the Women’s Urology and Pelvic Health Center, you will be seen by experts who offer innovative treatments including specialized physical therapy and advanced, minimally invasive procedures. Our board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians, and certified women’s health nurse practitioner, to ensure you are comfortable and well taken care of.

At the Women’s Urology and Pelvic Health Center at Beaumont, you can expect:

  • decreased urinary urgency and frequency
  • less incontinence (leaking)
  • diminished pain
  • improved quality of life
  • a better understanding of your condition and symptoms
  • options for treatment, including innovative treatments and therapies only available at Beaumont
  • improved sexual function
  • a holistic approach to care



The center also offers:

  • Beaumont’s nationally renowned pelvic floor physical therapy program, which offers proven treatments designed for women’s urological issues
  • comprehensive integrative medicine services, including medical massage, guided imagery and reiki therapy
  • support from a psychologist who provides appropriate therapies to help you understand and manage the psychological aspects of your health and well being
  • leading-edge clinical research, including trials to evaluate new treatment options for interstitial cystitis, pelvic floor dysfunction, vulvar pain, sexual function, overactive bladder symptoms and more

Get started this week

Check out the class offerings for women with pelvic pain and urinary incontinence.

Pelvic Pain Support Group

Our Pelvic Pain Support Group helps women with pelvic pain get the support of others with similar problems, and encourages participants to take active, positive steps toward coping. For women with interstitial cystitis, vulvar pain and other uro-genital pain problems. Meets from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. the second Thursday of every month. No registration necessary.

*Please be respectful of allergies and refrain from wearing scented lotions and perfumes.