Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
792 College Parkway
Fanny Allen Campus, Medical Office Building, Suite 101
Colchester, VT 05446-3052
Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, formerly known as the Continence Center, at the UVM Medical Center is the only comprehensive program in the region with specialists to treat all forms of voiding disorders, incontinence, and pelvic support problems.
Our team of healthcare professionals includes urologists, urogynecologists, gynecologic surgeons, general gynecologists, colorectal surgeons, physical therapists and skilled nurses who work together to provide you with compassionate, effective, individualized care.
We treat individuals:
- For whom previous therapies have not been successful
- Who've had prior surgery or radiation
- With neurologic disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, stroke and spinal cord injury
Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery: How We Compare
Personalized Care - No two patients are alike, and each patient's treatment plan reflects our focus on personalized care. From initial consultation through diagnosis to treatment, we are committed to making each patient's experience with us as comfortable, efficient and effective as possible. Our goal is to provide diagnostic and therapeutic options tailored to the patient's
Technology - We are committed to combining scientific research and information with advanced technology to provide our patients with compassionate, effective, individualized care. To ensure that each patient receives the proper diagnosis, we utilize the latest technology, such as advanced urodynamics. Urodynamic testing gives us a window into the precise cause of a bladder control problem. Providing this technology at our on-site testing facility allows us to deliver faster results and get patients started on the proper treatment as soon as possible.
Experienced, Trusted Expertise - We specialize in treating patients for whom previous therapies have not been successful. Backed by medical research and education, providers at Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery bring the best techniques, technologies and clinical expertise possible to our patients.
We provide effective solutions for the following conditions:
- Urinary incontinence
- Fecal incontinence
- Pelvic support problems
There are many effective treatments available for regaining bladder or bowel control and resolving pelvic support problems. After a precise diagnosis, we can tailor therapy to your individual needs and reach improvement or cure in the shortest possible period of time.
We offer a wide range of on-site treatments and therapies including:
- Self-help and behavior solutions
- Medical and minimally invasive solutions
- Surgical and reconstructive solutions
Why Choose Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at the UVM Medical Center?
A wide range of experts offer “one-stop” treatment - Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery offers patients “one stop” for physician consults, state-of-the-art testing with a team of specialists trained in a variety of approaches to pelvic floor disorders.
Compassionate, individualized, confidential care - No two patients are alike, and each patient's treatment plan reflects our focus on individualized care. From initial consultation through diagnosis to treatment, we are committed to making each patient's treatment as comfortable, efficient, and effective as possible. Our goal is to provide you with diagnostic and therapeutic options tailored to your problem and to keep you informed so that you may make informed decisions about your care.
State-of-the-art technology, with results while you wait - To ensure that each patient receives the proper diagnosis we utilize the latest technology, such as advanced urodynamics.
The academic medical center benefits our patients – Because our specialists are also teachers and researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM, treatments are backed by medical research and the latest thinking. This means the best techniques, technologies, and expertise is available to you.