FREE SEMINAR: Saturday June 15, 2013 at 10 AM.
The Facts concerning Bladder Control, Prolapse and Vaginal Mesh treatments
By: Richard M. Wood, MD
Location: 781-783 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401
Program is free, registration required. Call: 845-546-3403 to register.
Dr. Wood is an Urogynecologist who settled in the Hudson Valley region ten years ago and has eliminated incontinence for several thousand women, including those with multiple prior failed treatments. He is board certified in OB/GYN, completed training at Yale New Haven Hospital in 1994. Dr. Wood underwent and continues to undergo special training for urogynecological incontinence and pelvic floor restoration treatments without the need for hysterectomies. His practice is limited to the treatment of functional and anatomical conditions: Urinary incontinence, frequency, fecal incontinence, and falling organs a.k.a. prolapse.
Tired of buying pads and uncomfortable prolapse?
Worried about the need for surgery?
Surgery is not always required. This assumption may be holding you back from restoring the life style you enjoyed before these conditions took hold.
Call 845-546-3403, or 518-821-5484
This practice specializes in and is limited to treating bladder conditions, bowel control, and pelvic floor/vaginal prolapse conditions.
Dr. Wood founded the Women’s Incontinence Centers of the Hudson Valley and works as a solo practitioner. He has extensive experience in both non-surgical and surgical treatments. During the past decade, Dr. Wood has helped several thousand women from many states and several countries regain control over their lives.
Success comes from one or a combination of the following:
Exercise and behavioral changes aimed at restoring normal bladder function, bowel function, and decreasing prolapse symptoms.
Medications for bladder or bowel symptoms that fail to respond to the above.
Pessaries, which are soft devices that can be inserted and removed from the vagina as directed by your life style to relieve uncomfortable prolapse and at times improve bladder and bowel function.
Minimally invasive surgical therapies when all else has failed. Surgical options for stress urinary incontinence include then FDA approved TVT (uses mesh) with 90% success rates and Anal Sphincteroplasty for control over stool/feces.
Please look at the video interviews under Testimonials to see two joyous women who underwent TVT surgery for bladder control.
Dr. Wood grew up in Connecticut and completed training at Yale New Haven Hospital in 1998. He continually studies to remain current with the latest techniques. Dr. Wood’s commitment to women is to improve the quality of their lives so they can walk, run, jump and laugh without worry. Call 845-546-3403, 0r 518-821-5484 today.