Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

“Pelvic Floor Dysfunction” covers a broad spectrum of diseases, complaints, and therapies.  Because the pelvic floor brings three very different areas into contact (urethra and bladder, prostate or vagina, and anorectum), it is often difficult to discern what the signs and symptoms that pertain to the anorectum actually are, as they can involve urinary and gynecologic structures as well.

While we evaluate and treat only diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus, we work closely with urology, gynecology, and urogynecology to provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic modalities and therapeutic options, sometimes in combined procedures for maximal therapeutic impact.

All the CCRH physicians are Fellows of the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS).  Rather than abbreviate or try to sum up what we do to evaluate and treat “Pelvic Floor Dysfunction”, the ASCRS website has an excellent explanation that thoroughly explains, in great depth, how we evaluate these issues.

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Our goal is to provide you with a safe and comfortable environment.  Every patient is different.  We strive to offer you the most accurate and effective treatment options.

Please contact Bucks County’s premier colorectal group to schedule an appointment and to learn more.

St. Mary Medical Center
St. Clare Medical Building, Suite 130
1203 Langhorne-Newtown Road
Langhorne, PA  19047