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Pelvic Health Physicians

  • Dr. Andrew Goldstein, M.D.

    www.cvvd.org

    Center for Vulvovaginal Disorders Washington DC office: 3 Washington Circle NW, Suite 205, Washington, DC 20037 Phone: (202) 887-0568 New York Office: 2 W. 46th St., Suite 403, NY, NY 10036 Phone: (202) 887-0568 Santa Fe Office: 1751 Old Pecos Trail, Suite N Santa Fe, NM 87505 Phone: 505-983-0405 A fee for service physician (no insurances accepted) specializing in pelvic pain and dysfunction.

  • Dr. Richard P. Marvel, M.D

    www.gynpain.com

    The Center For Pelvic Pain at Annapolis 130 Lubrano Drive Suite 111 Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: 410.573.1436 Accepts most insurances and treats complex pelvic pain syndromes along with prolapse and incontinence.

  • Robert J. Echenberg, MD, FACOG

    www.instituteforwomeninpain.com/

    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

       www.aahs.org/pelvichealth

       AAMC Women's Center for Pelvic Health 2003 Medical Parkway, Wayson Pavilion, Suite 150 Annapolis, MD phone: 443-481-1199           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.

  • Dr. Rachel Bluebond-Langner

       https://nyulangone.org/doctors/1902867393/rachel-bluebond-langner

General Pelvic Health Links

  • www.womenshealthapta.org

    A website that helps to clarify physical therapy's role in women's health and promotion of wellness across the women's life span.

  • www.healthywomen.org

    Physician approved information on a variety of women's health issues.

  • www.ACOG.org

    The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

  • www.iffgd.org

    The International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. A resource dedicated to providing information, support, and assistance.

       The International Adhesions Society - a forum for support of patients suffering from pain and other discomforts brought on by           their condition.

Urinary Incontinence Websites

  • www.nafc.org

    The National Association for Continence, a website dedicated to bladder and bowel health.

  • www.augs.org

    A resource on bladder control problems, bulge in the vaginal area, bowel control problems, and sexuality.

  • www.simonfoundation.org

    General information about urinary incontinence. Also the site of Anti-Stigma Campaign - hoping to bring urinary incontinence out of the closet.

  • www.auanet.org

    The American Urological Association

  • www.urologyhealth.org

    The American Urological Association Foundation

  • www.aboutincontinence.org

    Education and research about incontinence.

Pain Websites

       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.

       International Pelvic Pain Society

  • www.nva.org

    The National Vulvodynia Association helps to explain what vulvodynia is, research and awareness.

  • www.vaginismus.com

    A website dedicated to helping women overcome painful sex and penetration problems.

  • www.vaginismus-awareness-network.org/                                                                                                                                 Vaginismus Awareness Network

Obstetrics and Gynecology Websites

Bowel Related Websites

  • www.aboutconstipation.org
     

  • www.aboutibs.org
     

  • www.iffgd.org

    • 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

    • Information about IBS - symptoms, treatment, and management

  • www.nafc.org
    The National Association for Continence, a website dedicated to bladder and bowel health
     

  • www.digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/fecalincontinence
    The National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse provides information on causes, diagnosing, and treatment of fecal incontinence.

Endometriosis Websites

       The Endometriosis Association is the authority on the disease. Within their website is information about                                   endoemetriosis, education, support groups, research, news, and volunteer positions.

Interstitial Cystitis

       Interstitial Cystitis Network's link to their newsletter, events, research, support groups, specialists, and more about IC.

Menopause Websites

  • www.project-aware.org
    A website for women, by women offering health information related to all aspects of perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause.

Oncology Websites

  • www.hercancer.com

    Provides information on the differences between men and women regarding lung cancer and tobacco addiction.

  • www.chemocare.com

    Care during chemotherapy and beyond: designed to provide the latest information to patients and their support groups.

  • www.asco.org

    The American Society of Clinical Oncology - making a world of difference in cancer care through education, research, public policy, and grants/awards.

  • www.planetcancer.org

    Support group for young adults and teens with cancer.

  • www.cancer.org

    The American Cancer Society provides more information about cancer and ways for you to be involved in the fight against cancer.

  • www.cancercare.org

       Cancer care is a free support service for anyone affected by cancer.

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Colon Cancer Websites

  • www.ccalliance.org

    The colon cancer alliance wants to inform, prevent, and support those who are affected or could be affected by colon cancer.

  • www.colonclub.com

    The colon club is dedicated to raising awareness about colon cancer with out the box initiatives.

  • www.fightcolorectalcancer.org

    The colorectal cancer coalitions mission is to win the fight against cororectal cancer through research, empowerment, and access to information.
     

  • https://www.ostomy.org/

    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.

Women's Physical Activities Websites

  • www.shedoestri.com

    Fun, informative, and a surefire way to help you prepare for your triathlon.

  • www.midmdtriclub.org

    The Mid-Maryland Triathlon Club is a USAT sanctioned, not-for-profit group dedicated to helping area triathletes.

Women's Health Research Websites

  • www.swhr.org

    The society for Women's Health Research which strives to improve the health of women through research, advocacy, and education.

  • www.centerwatch.com

    Center watch is a global source of news, directories, and research in the medical industry.

  • www.iwpr.org

    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.

Support Groups

 

Support For Men

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