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Pelvic floor specialists near you

Ready to talk to a physician? Search for a urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse specialist near you in our physician locator. Then, jump to our discussion guide to help plan for your appointment. 


Disclaimer: This website is compiled by Boston Scientific (“BSC”) as a reference tool for locating or identifying certain physicians. The physicians included in this database are those who have used and are familiar with BSC products that treat Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Female Continence. This database may not include all physicians that use or have used BSC’s products. Similarly, this database does not include all physicians who practice in the field of Women's Health. No physician has been paid or received a fee to be included in our database.

BSC does not verify or monitor the license, credentials, accreditations or qualifications of any physician listed in the database, and is not responsible for the medical advice of the physicians included in this database. BSC is not responsible and shall not be liable to you or others for any decision made or action taken by you in reliance on this information obtained from this database.

Inclusion of a physician in the database does not mean that BSC endorses or recommends such physician. Similarly, the fact that a physician is not included in the database does not mean that physician is not qualified. 

The results are provided by proximity (when searching by ZIP code).

Plan for your appointment

Speak up for a stronger you. Here are a few questions for your doctor and other tips that can help you make the most of your appointment.

What should I tell my doctor?

1. I am experiencing some or all of the following symptoms:

• Pain, pressure, or a bulge in the pelvic region "down there"

• Trouble urinating or passing a bowel movement

• Bladder leakage or needing to use the bathroom often

• Pain during urination

2. My symptoms started ______ (days, weeks, months, years) ago.

3. I have these symptoms ______ (daily, a few times a week, sometimes, etc.).

4. These symptoms are affecting my life and I’d like to find ways to treat them.

What questions should I ask my doctor?

  • Do you think I have symptoms of a pelvic floor disorder?
    • If so, what kind of pelvic floor disorder(s) do I have?
  • What is causing my symptoms?
  • Will my symptoms get better?
  • What can I do to lessen or end these symptoms?
  • What should I do next?
  • What treatment options do you think are best for me?
  • What results have other patients experienced with each treatment option?

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