Comprehensive Treatment for Female Urology Problems at Tampa General Hospital
Tampa General Hospital treats a variety of female urology problems. In situations where collaborative, multispecialty treatment is indicated, we are able to include our expert gynecologists, oncologists, and other medical professionals in a patient’s treatment team.
Some of the common female urology problems treated at TGH include:
- Bladder/bowel fistula
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Sexual dysfunction
- Vaginal prolapse
At TGH, we also treat general urology problems, such as bladder control issues and urinary tract infections. Our team not only has noteworthy experience treating these conditions, but also determining how the various experiences of a woman’s life, such as giving birth and entering menopause, can influence urological health. By working one-on-one with each patient to provide a comprehensive education and individualized treatment plan, we are able to produce patient outcomes that frequently exceed expectations.
Tampa General Hospital first in Florida to use new single-incision robot
Tampa General Hospital is the first hospital in Florida to offer the most advanced robotic technology that involves cutting just one small incision to allow for a faster and less painful recovery for urologic procedures.
The da Vinci SP system allows a camera and three surgical instruments to fit inside a tube that passes through a single one-inch wide incision, instead of the four required by the current generation of robots. This “single port” allows surgeons to use a minimally invasive approach, even for complex procedures, that combines deep access with flexible camera visibility and precision.
To find a physician who specializes in treating female urology problems, use Tampa General Hospital’s online Physician Finder service.