Prolapse Surgery Kansas City
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs secondary to weakening of the pelvic floor muscles or previous injury to connective tissue. Women with prolapse often report a vaginal bulge or pressure. They may also have concomitant urinary and bowel dysfunction related to prolapsing tissue. There are several non-surgical and surgical treatments available for these conditions. Dr. Nosti completed a three-year fellowship and is trained in all methods of surgical repair which allows patients to choose the treatment method best suited to achieve their goals. Nearly all surgical approaches are minimally invasive and allow a rapid return to normal activity with excellent results.