Center for Female Pelvic Medicine
Are you constantly looking for the bathroom or worried about having an “accident” in public? Do you leak urine when you exercise or cough?
If so, you may be among the one in three American women estimated to suffer with urinary incontinence or vaginal prolapse (dropped bladder).
At the Crozer-Keystone Center for Female Pelvic Medicine, we know that this condition is not an inevitable side effect of aging. In fact, there are treatment options available, and there’s no reason to let it interfere with your quality of life.
The Crozer-Keystone Center for Female Pelvic Medicine offers complete diagnostic evaluation and comprehensive treatment options for problems related to the female pelvic floor, such as urinary incontinence or a dropped bladder.
During the past decade, huge advances in treatment for pelvic floor disorders have occurred and, today, women are offered more effective options than ever before. At the Crozer-Keystone Center for Female Pelvic Medicine, we treat these disorders with the latest science, compassion and care. Current options offered include:
- Physical therapy
- Minimally invasive surgical techniques
If you need further information, visit our services, Frequently Asked Questions or Additional Information.
Healthplex Pavilion I at Springfield Hospital
196 W. Sproul Road
Springfield, PA 19064
Crozer-Chester Medical Center
One Medical Center Boulevard
Upland, PA 19013
Crozer Medical Plaza at Brinton Lake
300 Evergreen Drive
Glen Mills, PA 19342
Delaware County Memorial Hospital
Medical Office Building
2100 Keystone Avenue
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Jose Maceda, M.D. is chief of the Division of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. He is a fellowship-trained urogynecologist.
Laurie Kane, M.D. is a fellowship-trained urogynecologist with Crozer-Keystone Health System.
For more information, contact Delaware Valley Urogynecology at 610-338-1810.