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Pelvic and Sexual Health at the Drexel Center for Women's Health

drexel_womens_health_pelvic_sexual_healthThe pelvic floor is a system of muscles and connective tissue at the base of the pelvis. Pelvic floor muscles are responsible for providing support to the organs in the pelvis including the intestines, bladder, and uterus, and they are responsible for maintaining urinary and fecal continence.

Pelvic floor disorders in women can include urinary issues such as: overactive bladder (urinary urgency frequency and/or leakage), interstitial cystitis, or urinary incontinence, as well as conditions such as pelvic pain, vulvodynia, bowel disorders (irritable bowel syndrome/IBS), fecal incontinence, and sexual dysfunction.

Pelvic and Sexual Health Resources

For more information, please visit the Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute's website. The Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute is a clinical practice that is independent of Drexel Medicine.

Pelvic and Sexual Health Physicians

Kristene Whitmore, M.D.
Pelvic Floor Disorders, Gynecology, and Urogynecology

Asyia Ahmad, M.D.
Digestive Disorders and Pelvic Floor Disorders

Owen Montgomery, M.D.
Chairman, Drexel Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pelvic Floor Disorders, and Menopause

David E. Stein, M.D.
Pelvic Floor Disorders and Colorectal Surgery

Additional Health Care Providers

Jennifer Fariello, M.S., CRNP
Pelvic Floor Disorders

Amy Hoffman, M.S., CRNP
Pelvic Floor Disorders

Susan Kellogg-Spadt, R.N., CRNP, Ph.D.
Pelvic Floor Disorders

The Pelvic and Sexual Health Institute, is a clinical practice that is independent of Drexel Medicine.

The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.

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