As a woman, your body is unique and different. When it comes to receiving the best treatment for your condition, look no further than Urogynecology at Indiana University Health North Hospital, a collaboration between Urogynecology Associates and Methodist Urology.

Our Center treats disorders of the pelvic floor in women. Pelvic floor refers to the system of muscles, nerves and connective tissue that supports a woman's internal organs and also helps them function correctly. A variety of risk factors - including childbirth, disease and aging - can weaken the pelvic floor, resulting in bladder and fecal incontinence, prolapses (a "falling" of internal organs), weakness of pelvic floor muscles and pelvic pain.

With its superlative level of quality and amenities, IU Health North Hospital has created a new benchmark in health care for the communities surrounding Indianapolis’ suburban north. The care you deserve is now closer than ever.

What is Urogynecology?

Urogynecology combines gynecologic training with urologic aspects and also colorectal surgery. In the past, this care was fragmented between three subspecialties: urology took care of the bladder, gynecologists would take care of the reproductive organs and colorectal surgeons would take care of bowel disorders. What we've learned throughout the years is that these areas are very interrelated and need to be treated as such.

To schedule an appointment at Urogynecology at IU Health North Hospital please call 317.962.6600.