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Our Care

The Integrated Pelvic Health Program, affiliated with Northwestern Memorial Hospital, helps individuals with pelvic health disorders. We know these problems frequently can limit normal activities, which can be both physically and emotionally devastating to the sufferer. Many people accept these disorders and their symptoms as a normal part of aging or suffer in silence because they are too embarrassed to speak with their doctors. We’d like to change that.

The Integrated Pelvic Health Program was created with your physical, mental and emotional health, as well as your convenience, in mind. Our specialists share space in the Arkes Pavilion at 676 St. Clair Street, Suite 950, in Chicago, attached to the hospital by a covered pedestrian walkway.

How We Can Help

Our Integrated Pelvic Health Program is the only program in the Chicago area that brings together a multispecialty approach to pelvic floor disorders in one location. Our dedicated team of physicians, nurses and physical therapists are committed to restoring the quality of life for people with pelvic floor disorders. With treatment, individuals with these disorders may again enjoy activities like:

  • Exercising
  • Being intimate
  • Traveling
  • Walking
  • Participating in everyday recreational activities (going to a restaurant or the movies)

Why Choose Northwestern’s Integrated Pelvic Health Program

Studies and experience have shown that pelvic health disorders are best treated in a collaborative, multidisciplinary fashion at large academic medical centers. At the Integrated Pelvic Health Program, we bring together specialists in urogynecology, urology, colorectal surgery and physical medicine and rehabilitation to provide customized, compassionate, full-service care for all pelvic disorders in a confidential environment.


For more information or to make a confidential appointment with one of our physicians, please call the Integrated Pelvic Health Program at 312-926-4747.

Last UpdateJanuary 10, 2012