Women’s Urology & Urogynecology

At Urology of Indiana, our Urogynecologists and Urologists have expertise evaluating, diagnosing and treating all types of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor problems and symptoms.

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 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.

Meet Our Women’s Health Caregiver Team

  • Teresa D. Beam, MD, FACS, Urologist
  • Kathryn A. Copeland, MD, FACOG, Urogynecologist
  • Peter M. Knapp, MD, FACS, Urologist/NeuroUrologist
  • Martina F. Mutone, MD, FACOG, Urogynecologist
  • Sameena J. Rao, MD, FACOG, Urogynecologist

What Is Urogynecology?

Urogynecology is a specialized field dedicated to female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. It is a surgical sub-specialty that combines Obstetrics and Gynecology with Urology. If you experience any of these Urogynecologic conditions, you are not alone – and we can help. 

  • Fallen pelvic organs
  • Bladder control issues
  • Bowel control problems

MonaLisa Touch

If you’re postmenopausal and have experienced changes in your feminine health, our board certified urogynecologists can help you. We’re performing a non-surgical procedure called MonaLisa Touch. It’s an FDA-cleared laser therapy that treats internal dryness and pain during intimacy caused by natural or surgical menopause as well as some breast cancer treatments. It restores gynecological health by generating new collagen, elastin and blood vessels.

This is not surgery. It’s a procedure we do in our offices and takes only about 5 minutes. Mona Lisa Touch does not require anesthesia and is virtually pain-free with no downtime.

While 3 treatments are recommended to realize the full benefit, we find that some patients experience symptom relief after just one treatment.

Call us for more information: 877-362-2778

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