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Gynecology Services

Gynecology Services

The one constant in a woman’s life is change. From the beginning of puberty through menopause, women experience many physical, biochemical and emotional changes.

Gynecology Services

2555 Jimmy Johnson Blvd
Port Arthur, TX 77640
409-724-7389

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Some of these changes require medical intervention. Some can result in pain, stress, even embarrassment, particularly those related to Gynecology & Incontinence issues. We offer innovative treatment options to help you deal with the changes that occur later in life, to help you feel like yourself again.

Effective Treatments for Incontinence

Pelvic floor disorders affect millions of women, and many of those women suffer needlessly, not realizing the help that’s available. We’ve developed a unique program that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of this common physical concern. Through education, physical therapy, and other treatments, we can help you deal with a variety of problems.

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor, who can prescribe physical therapy for you at our Women’s Center. After you are referred for therapy, we will conduct diagnostic testing through biofeedback to assess strength, posture, and integrity of the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles. Based on your evaluation, we will develop a personalized program for you, with appropriate goals and a projected time frame for successfully achieving them.

Resources

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Why You May Not Be Getting a Good Nights Sleep
Insomnia is the most common sleep problem. Women are more likely than men to report insomnia. Sometimes, women begin to have sleepless nights associated with menstruation, pregnancy, or menopause and find it difficult to break poor sleep habits.

Conditions We Treat

  • Incontinence of the bowel or bladder (mild to severe leakage that occurs when you cough, sneeze or exercise)
  • Muscular or joint impairments (such as pain, weakness or numbness) related to pregnancy, childbirth, childcare activities or menopause
  • Abdominal or pelvic pain following surgery
  • Lack of sexual appreciation related to pain or weakness