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CHI Health Pelvic Health Center

Pelvic Health Center

You’re not alone - pelvic health issues are more common than you think. At CHI Health, we use a multidisciplinary team of providers and pelvic health specialists can get to the root of your problem and help resolve a variety of issues.

The CHI Health Pelvic Health Center is a unique and comprehensive center that can help with your concerns. Our Pelvic Health specialists – including a dedicated navigator – can help ease your pain. 

Common Pelvic Health Concerns:

  • Pelvic and/or abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Bowel incontinence
  • Urinary incontinence, urgency and/or frequency
  • Joint pain (groin, hip, lower back)
  • Painful intercourse
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Tailbone pain
  • Testicular and penile pain

Complete this questionnaire to see whether your symptoms may be related to pelvic floor dysfunction.

Don’t delay the care you need. Talk to your doctor, and call (402) 717-7358 to speak with our Pelvic Health Navigator who can help guide you through your needs.

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Had a great experience with our Pelvic Health Center team? Let us know about it! Complete this form to tell us your story. 

Our Pelvic Health Providers

Our integrated and multidisciplinary team of providers include:

Christy M. Sieler, PT, DPT

Physical Therapy

Jeanne Vlcek, PT, DPT

Physical Therapy

Sarah Waring, PT

Physical Therapy

These OB/GYN providers specialize in various pelvic health related conditions such as incontinence, endometriosis, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain, and more.

Heather Taggart, MD, FACOG

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Erin Talaska, MD, FACOG

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Becky M. Wehrbein, PA-C

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Sami K. Zeineddine, MD, FACOG

Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Robot-assisted Surgery

Summer C. Stanton, PA-C


Female pelvic medicine is the study, identification and treatment of conditions in a woman's urinary tract and pelvic floor. Many treatment options are available to address common, but not normal, conditions affecting this region of the body.

Behavioral health services are sometimes incorporated to pelvic health plans of care, to address feelings of isolation, shame and depression associated with pelvic conditions.  Every person is different, and specialized referrals are made on an individual basis.

Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinics

Specially trained mental health professionals offer a wide array of outpatient mental health services including psychiatric testing, medication management, traditional therapy, drug and alcohol testing and treatment to get people back on the road to mental wellness.

Integrated Behavioral Health

Through Integrated Behavioral Health services, a Behavioral Health Specialist is available onsite to provide assessments, offer short-term counseling, coordinate longer-term services and answer questions. It’s a friendly, compassionate approach to connecting people with services that will improve their lives. Patients can access integrated behavioral care through a referral from their primary care provider or other specialty within the clinic. Here, a multidisciplinary, team-based approach is designed to help patients achieve their wellness goals. Integrated Behavioral Health Specialists do not accept direct appointments as they are part of the interdisciplinary treatment team and are available for onsite interventions.