Maine Medical Partners Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is the most comprehensive program in the state for evaluation and treatment of pelvic floor disorders.
What is a pelvic floor?
Your pelvic floor includes the muscles, ligaments and connective tissue in the lower pelvis that provide support to your body and help your organs function properly. Weakness or nerve dysfunction in the pelvic floor can affect your bladder, uterus, vagina and/or rectum.
Two specialty practices in one office location
Our team of board-certified specialists includes urogynecologists, a vulvovaginal specialist and highly-experienced nurse practitioners. Working together, we use a multi-disciplinary approach to delivering expert, team-based care. The urogynecology team treats people with pelvic floor support disorders. Our vulvovaginal specialist treats people with complex vulvovaginal disorders.
Maine Medical Partners Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
100 Brickhill Ave. Suite 203
South Portland, ME 04106
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8 am to 4 pm
If you are an established patient with an urgent problem after office hours, please call. Our answering service will page the on-call physician who will contact you as soon as possible. In case of emergency, please dial 911.
Our urogynecologists provide care for women with pelvic floor disorders, including:
- Overactive bladder
- Urinary incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Fecal incontinence
- Recurrent urinary tract infections
- Painful bladder syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis
- Urethral diverticulitis
- Vaginal fistulas
- Vaginal mesh erosion
Our vulvovaginal specialist, Dr. Claire Danby, provides care for women with chronic vulvovaginal burning and/or irritation, and/or chronic vaginal infections.
- Lichen sclerosus
- Lichen planus
- Lichen simplex chronicus and contact dermatitis
- Vulvodynia or vulvar vestibulitis
- Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Vulvar crohn’s disease
- Vaginal yeast infections
- Bacterial vaginosis
- Vaginal atrophy
- Desquamative inflammatory vaginitis
- Vulvar ulcerations
- Vulvar lesions
- Vulvar HPV (LSIL and/or HSIL)
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
While some patients may self-refer to our practice, we recommend getting a referral from you primary care physician. This helps us better understand your individual needs and medical condition(s) prior to your first appointment with us. If a referral is not possible, please call us at 207-761-1502 and select option 6 to discuss your situation with one of our nurses.
What to bring to your new patient appointment:
- Insurance card and co-payment
- Completed new patient form (including voiding diary, if appropriate):
- Copies of your medical records, if appropriate
- Current medication bottle(s) or a list of your current medications including dosages
- Arrive with a moderately full bladder (not needed if seeing Dr. Danby)
- Referral, if not already sent and required by insurance
To learn more about pelvic floor support disorders, visit:
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