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Pelvic Health Center

When your body talks, you should listen. 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

Pelvic Health Navigator

You’ll start with our Pelvic Health Navigator, Kelly Fairfield, PT. She is a patient advocate who can answer your questions and helps streamline the diagnosis and treatment process at the Pelvic Health Center.

Benefits of working with a pelvic health navigator include:

  • One point of contact throughout diagnosis and treatment
  • Reduced waiting time for appointments
  • Someone to help guide patients and answer their questions throughout treatment and care 
  • Helps eliminate barriers to care and create a streamlined process

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

Kelly Fairfield, PT

Physical Therapy

Conditions & Treatments

Make accidental urine leakage a thing of the past with Adjustable Continence Therapy.

What can patients expect?

The innovative outpatient procedure takes approximately 30 minutes; no overnight stay is required:

  • Silicon balloons are placed on either side of the bladder neck to provide support to the bladder by restricting the flow of urine through two valves.
  • Balloons are connected to a titanium filling port.
  • During adjustment visits, the implanted balloons are tailored to each person's individual needs.
  • Small needle is inserted through the skin into the port to add or remove fluids.
  • Optimal results are generally achieved in 3- 4 adjustment visits.
  • Device does not need to be manipulated by the patient at any time.

Call our comprehensive Pelvic Health Center to speak with our Pelvic Health Navigator at (402) 717-7358. Our dedicated team will help navigate your patient through the entire process. For additional questions, you may also call our Urology Clinic at (402) 717-2500.

Michael Patrick Feloney, MD, FACS

Urology,
Urogynecology

Our Pelvic Health Providers

Our integrated and multidisciplinary team of providers include:

  • Pelvic Health Physical Therapists & Occupational Therapists
  • OB/GYNs
  • Urologists & Urogynecologists
  • Primary Care Providers 
  • Gastroenterologists
  • General and Colorectal Surgeons
  • Registered Dietitians that provide individual instruction and nutrition therapy.
  • Integrated Behavioral Health providers that offer real-time assessment and consultation to help patients address challenges and reach their full potential.