Our offices are equipped with the most advanced diagnostic urodynamic equipment, and our staff is specially-trained to instruct patients in diet and behavior modification, pelvic floor physical therapy, biofeedback training, and, if clinically appropriate, pharmacological treatment.
When surgery is required, our physicians are experienced in the most recent surgical therapies, including InterStim® Neuromodulation therapy, da Vinci Sacrocolpopexy, pelvic floor reconstructive surgery, artificial urinary sphincters and sling procedures.
Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Millions of people suffer from bladder control and it is often an embarrassing problem. Read on »
The pelvic floor can be damaged or compromised by childbirth, repeated heavy lifting, chronic disease or surgery. Read on »
Up to one-third of women in the U.S. will have pelvic health problems by age 60. Many women assume their symptoms are a natural part of aging. In reality, they are treatable. Read on »
Caused by the layered, smooth muscle that surrounds the bladder contracting spastically, which results in sustained, high bladder pressure and urgent need to urinate. Read on »
If you’re postmenopausal and have experienced changes in your feminine health, our board certified urogynecologists at Urology of Indiana can help you. Read on »
Dr. Martina Mutone, Urogynecologist