Special consultation hours for urogynaecology

Our team of urogynaecology experts will help you with any questions you may have about pelvic floor weakness and often the associated problems of unwanted loss of urine, overactive bladder and prolapse problems. We understand that these issues can be stressful and uncomfortable for many women. That's why we place great importance on sensitive and comprehensive counselling as well as customised treatment plans that are tailored to your individual needs.

Causes and diagnosis

All of the problems mentioned can have different causes, including pregnancy and childbirth, hormonal changes, chronic stress or genetic factors. This variety of causes explains the need for a comprehensive assessment of symptoms and medical history. In addition to a thorough physical examination, our diagnostics often also include an ultrasound of the pelvic floor and the performance of urodynamics, in which the "weak points" can be objectified.

Individual therapy approaches

Based on the detailed diagnosis, we develop individualised treatment plans. These can include:

  • Specialised physiotherapy: instruction in pelvic floor exercises that help to strengthen the muscles and improve control.
  • Drug therapy: Use of medication to alleviate symptoms such as urge incontinence or overactive bladder.
  • CO2 laser treatment: Modern, non-invasive method for treating certain urogynaecological complaints.
  • Surgical interventions: In cases where conservative methods are not sufficient, we offer minimally invasive surgical solutions based on many years of experience.

Empathetic and comprehensive support

Our aim is to offer you not only medical solutions, but also holistic care that improves your quality of life in the long term. We are at your side with advice and support and accompany you through every step of the treatment - from diagnosis to aftercare.


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