Iryna Crescenze, MD
- Board certified urologist specializing in urinary incontinence, urinary retention, pelvic organ prolapse, neurogenic bladder, urethral strictures and diverticulum and ureteral obstruction.
Pelvic floor disorders often arise as a result of aging, but they can also occur due to pregnancy, labor, nerve damage or prior pelvic surgery. If you’re a woman, there’s a one in four chance you’ll experience a pelvic floor disorder in your lifetime.
Just because you’ve had children or are getting older doesn’t mean you have to suffer. Whether you’re struggling with urinary incontinence, overactive bladder or discomfort from pelvic organ prolapse or another pelvic floor condition related to urination or bowel function, we can help. Our integrated team of specialists provides personalized and comprehensive treatment for women with pelvic floor issues.
Our innovative approach is intended to simplify the entire treatment process for patients while maximizing long-term recovery and daily quality of life. Our multidisciplinary team includes experts from:
Most importantly, we understand the impact a pelvic floor disorder can have on your quality of life. We want to make treatment not only effective, but also convenient and long-lasting. Many of your office visits, preoperative testing and surgery can now be scheduled in one single location at Ohio State Outpatient Care New Albany.
Whatever your pelvic floor disorder, we’re here to help.
The most common disorder we treat is urinary incontinence, including urgency incontinence and stress incontinence — both of which have successful treatments.
Other pelvic floor disorders we treat include:
Our highly trained urogynecology and urology experts provide comprehensive testing, evaluation and treatment options designed to relieve your symptoms. We offer a range of innovative outpatient and inpatient procedures including physical therapy, medication, Botox injections, nerve stimulation therapy, laser therapy, fitted vaginal devices and surgery to help you enjoy a more worry-free life.