In our Urogynaecology clinic, we provide state-of-the-art care to the patients with pelvic floor disorders. Collaborative and multidisciplinary approach enables our experts to perform innovative diagnostic and therapeutic methods. The problems addressed in our clinic include;
- Urinary incontinence,
- Overactive bladder,
- Recurrent urinary tract infection,
- Interstitial cystitis,
- Pelvic organ prolapse,
- Fecal incontinence,
We evaluate every symptomatic patient with urodynamic assessment => (Urodynamic assessment is performed in a multi-disciplinary manner with collaborative work of gynaecologists and urologists. This modality is used in order to evaluate whether your bladder and urethra are performing their duties of storing and releasing urine properly or not. )
Depending on the needs of each individual woman, we offer both non-surgical and surgical treatment options. Non-surgical treatment options include;
- Botox injection
- Physical therapy
Regarding surgical treatment, we offer minimally invasive and robot-assisted surgical modalities including;
- Laparoscopic Colpopexy: Laparoscopic colpopexy is used for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse. It is an efficient, durable and safe technique performed by laparoscopy through small incisions on the abdominal wall. The aim of surgery is to elevate the prolapsed vaginal apex to its normal level in the pelvis.
- Vaginal Mesh: Vaginal mesh is a permanent implant to vaginal wall, it serves support to vagina and is used to treat pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.
- Trans-Obturator Tape (TOT): Trans-Obturator Tape is synthetic material that is placed underneath urethra through a small incision in the vagina. It is used to treat stress urinary incontinence by providing an extra support to urethra.
- Tension-free Vaginal Tape (TVT): Tension-free Vaginal Tape is a hammock like material placed underneath urethra through a small incision in the vagina It is a suture-free procedure and it aims to eliminate stress urinary incontinence.