Best Urogynecology Doctors: Find Them at Lona Sasser Ob-Gyn
Book an Appointment at Lona Sasser Obstetrics and Gynecology, Where the Best Urogynecology Doctors in South Florida Practice
If you are looking for the best urogynecology doctors near you, learn about three of them, all practicing at Lona Sasser Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Lona Sasser, Dr. Jose Berthe, and Dr. Mary-Beatrice Squire provide urogynecology services, obstetrical care, and gynecologic care for women of all ages. Urogynecologists serve women who are experiencing urinary, reproductive, or gastrointestinal health problems. Typically, urogynecology doctors complete medical school, a four-year obstetrics and gynecology residency, and additional training in urogynecology.
When you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms, you want to work with a physician you trust. Choose from the best urogynecology doctors practicing at Lona Sasser Obstetrics and Gynecology!
You can easily book an appointment online, or call our office for more information: (954) 340-1050
What Conditions Do the Best Urogynecology Doctors Treat?
The best urogynecology doctors are trained to perform a wide variety of examinations, treatments and procedures. Conditions treated at our practice include:
Urinary incontinence is involuntary leakage of urine. Up to one third of people in the United States experience urinary incontinence, and is more common in women than in men. Possible causes of urinary incontinence include weakened pelvic floor muscles, in particular the urinary sphincter. Sometimes urinary incontinence is triggered by actions like coughing, sneezing and laughing. Pregnancy, obesity, and smoking can all increase one’s risk of experiencing urinary incontinence.
Book an Appointment to Discuss Urinary Incontinence with a Urogynecologist:
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Less common than urinary or fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse nevertheless impacts 3% of women in the United States.
“Pelvic organ prolapse happens when the muscles and tissues supporting the pelvic organs (the uterus, bladder, or rectum) become weak or loose. This allows one or more of the pelvic organs to drop or press into or out of the vagina. Many women are embarrassed to talk to their doctor about their symptoms or think that their symptoms are normal. But pelvic organ prolapse is treatable.” Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Risk of experiencing pelvic organ prolapse increases with vaginal childbirth, obesity, chronic coughing, ageing and menopause. There are many methods available to treat this condition, ranging from kegel exercises to surgery. The doctors at our practice are experienced in discussing and treating pelvic organ prolapse. If you’re experiencing this condition, book an appointment today!
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Meet Our Team of the Best Urogynecology Doctors
Dr. Lona Sasser, Dr. Jose Berthe and Dr. Mary-Beatrice Squire are accepting new patients, including those experiencing urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and more conditions. Learn about each of these doctors in detail on our Office Staff page.
Read Patient Testimonials
“Dr. Sasser gets straight to the point and is very helpful in explaining every step. She makes sure you understand and tries to get to know you. Very kind and I enjoyed my first appointment.” – Taylor C., Verified Patient on ZocDoc
“Dr. Squire was very professional and personable. She made me feel comfortable and I will definitely continue Services with her as my OBGYN.” – Erika A., Verified Patient on ZocDoc
“Dr. Berthe is one of the most professional physicians I’ve met. He’s a great listener, asks the right questions, and is genuinely concerned about his patient’s well-being.” – Dimah A., Verified Patient on ZocDoc
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Lona Sasser D.O., LLC
3111 University Dr. Suite 308
Coral Springs, FL 33065
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