Urogynecology - East
Whether you have symptoms or are curious about how we can help you, give us a call. Our experienced providers and friendly staff will ensure you get the service you deserve.
What to Bring To Your Appointment
- New Patient Packet (completed)
- Your insurance card
- Picture identification
List of prescriptions and/or over-the-counter medication
(including dose and frequency)
- Previous urologic evaluations and/or other relevant medical records
If you are not able to keep your appointment, please notify our office. We appreciate 24 hours notice.
Insurance and Payment Information
The Oregon Clinic Urogynecology is a provider for most major insurance plans, and provides insurance billing. If you have given us the necessary information, we will submit your charges to the insurance company. If applicable, co-pay is due at the time of service. The Oregon Clinic's billing office will be happy to assist you with any billing questions that you may have, and can be reached at 503-963-2900.
Our physicians have advanced, post-residency surgical training and are board certified in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (also known as Urogynecology) so they can optimally treat urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic floor dysfunction. They specialize in robotic surgery, sling surgery, vaginal surgery, and open surgery. They are able to perform surgeries with and without mesh and tailor each surgery to the individual’s needs. They also have close relationships with physicians in other disciplines if a combined surgery is indicated. The nurse practitioner in our practice holds national board certification in Women’s Health and has extensive training in non-surgical treatments for pelvic floor disorders.
Together, we have created a team to help women who are bothered by these private and often debilitating conditions- conditions that rob women of the ability and desire to stay active and healthy.
- Conservative (Non-Surgical) Management of Overactive Bladder
- Pessary Care for Prolapse and Stress Incontinence
- Overactive Bladder Education
- Surgical Assistance
We commonly diagnose and treat women with urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, fecal incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction. Please see the additional links below for additional diagnosis and treatment information.