Center for Vulvovaginal Disorders
908 New Hampshire Ave., N.W., Suite 200
Washington D.C. 20037
A fee for service physician (no insurances accepted) specializing in pelvic pain and dysfunction.
The Center For Pelvic Pain at GBMC
6569 North Charles Street, Suite 705
Baltimore, MD 21204
Toll Free: 866-748-5974
Accepts most insurances and treats complex pelvic pain syndromes along with prolapse and incontinence.
Central Maryland Urology Associates, P.A.
10710 Charter Drive, Suite 130
Columbia, MD 21044
Urologists who specialize in female incontinence and prolapse. Patients report they are very friendly physicians who are very easy to talk to. Accepts most insurances.
AAMC Women's Center for Pelvic Health
2003 Medical Parkway, Wayson Pavilion, Suite 150
An excellent urogynecologist and urologist team, treating urinary/fecal incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, IC and urinary retention. Goes every year to Africa and volunteers her time to repair female pelvic floor dysfunction (fistulas amongst other things). She is an excellent surgeon and has a good nurse practitioner that works with her. She has a long wait list for new patients but she is well worth the wait.
University of Maryland Medical Center
22. S. Greene St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Watch a video of her online, she is kind, very helpful and easy to talk to. A urogynecologist (this means she sees only females) and they take most insurances.
Dr. Echenberg did his undergraduate work at Brown University, medical training at Jefferson Medical College, and his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Michigan Medical Center. His interests over the years have been varied. He has had experience in human sexuality education, medical ethics, end of life issues, established a perinatal ethics committee in the 1980s,and has always been interested in interdisciplinary care. Dr. Echenberg's passion for integrative care in women's health now continues with his creation of one of the first privately owned multi-disciplinary practices specializing in assessment, diagnosis and treatment of chronic pelvic pain (CPP), Women's Health, Pelvic Pain & Sexual Wellness in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (now often referred to as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome). This website claims to give the most up-to-date information regarding treatment, legislation, research, and support groups.
The International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders is the complete resource for trustworthy gastrointestinal (GI) disorder information, support, and assistance. The IFFGD is a nonprofit education and research organization.
Developed by a multidisciplinary team including the ICA Executive Director Barbara Gordon, RD, the American Urological Association (AUA) guidelines for IC emphasize starting with the least invasive treatments and stepping up when they are not successful in controlling symptoms or improving quality of life.
A WOMEN-LED, NON-PROFIT SITE TO RAISE AWARENESS ON VAGINISMUS, UNDERSTAND ITS CAUSES, GIVE TIPS ON SELF-TREATMENT, BREAK MYTHS CAUSING PAINFUL SEX OR DIFFICULT INSERTIONS AND OFFER FACTS AND OPINIONS TO WOMEN, THEIR PARTNERS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS, TO STOP THE SUFFERING AND EXPLOITATION LINKED WITH THIS MISUNDERSTOOD SEXUAL ISSUE. - WRITTEN BY WOMEN WHO WENT THROUGH THE JOURNEY
This website emphasizes that the key to colon cancer prevention is early detection. This site explains the regular testing that should be performed and healthy lifestyle choices that would benefit all.
The United Ostomy Associations of America is an association of affiliated, nonprofit support groups committed to improving the quality of life of people who have, or will have, an intestinal or urinary diversion.
The Institute for Women's Rights Policy Research conducts rigorous research and disseminates its findings to address the needs of women, promote public dialogue, and strengthen families, communities, and societies.