Pelvic reconstruction procedures are appropriate for women who were born with or have had changes to their pelvic anatomy that negatively impact their quality of life. With the skills of a specialized urogynecologist, pelvic reconstruction surgery can return your body to its level of functioning before you suffered injury to your urinary or genital organs from labor and birth, repetitive lifting, previous surgeries, chronic disease or other trauma.
- Congenital anomalies
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Urinary incontinence
Types of pelvic reconstruction procedures vary greatly from patient to patient, depending on the condition to be treated, sexual goals and desires for future fertility. Some of the types of procedures that may be performed include paravaginal repair, transvaginal repair, uterosacral ligament suspension, sacrospinous ligament suspension, hysterectomy, colpocleisis, colporrhaphy and anal sphincteroplasty, among others.
The names and details of these procedures can be overwhelming, and that’s why the team of MIRI specialists and patient coordinators will work in partnership with you to develop the treatment plan that’s just right for you. Procedures are always performed with the most minimally invasive techniques available so that you can recover quickly and get back to living your new life sooner.