Care for Women With Abdominal, Bladder & Pelvic Health Conditions
In their lifetime, many women will suffer from chronic pain and other symptoms in their abdominal, bladder, and pelvic areas. Sometimes, even after gynecological assessment and treatment, these symptoms continue. Mercy Center for Endometriosis, Pelvic Pain & Urogyncology may be able to help.
Symptoms You May Be Experiencing
Our urogynecology center specializes in helping women who have been unable to find relief for symptoms such as:
- Ongoing pain, frequency, urgency and/or a feeling of pressure with urination or bowel movements.
- Urinary incontinence (leakage of urine without awareness).
- Fecal incontinence (leakage of stool without awareness).
- Continued pain after a hysterectomy.
- Pain in your lower back that cannot be explained by other causes.
- Pain during intercourse.
- Cramping (sometimes severe) or back pain during menstruation.
- Abnormal or heavy bleeding during periods.
- Difficulty becoming pregnant.
Conditions We Treat
At Mercy, we offer many non-surgical urogynecology treatments, as well as advanced laparoendoscopic, robotic, and minimally invasive surgery.
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Pudendal nerve dysfunction
- Interstitial cystitis (bladder pain syndrome
- Pelvic organ prolapse and relaxation
- Urinary incontinence
Request a Urogynecology Appointment
To request an appointment, please call 330-489-1379.
Are you a patient preparing for your first appointment? Click HERE to print a pelvic pain assessment form. Please complete and bring it with you to your appointment.
About Maurice Chung, M.D., Urogynecologist
With more than 30 years of experience in helping women, including many who have struggled to find symptom relief, Maurice K. Chung, R.Ph., M.D., FACOG, FPMRS, FACS, ACGE, urogynecologist, is more than a urologist for women / female urologist. As director of Mercy Center for Endometriosis, Pelvic Pain & Urogynecology, he is dedicated to uncovering the source of women’s abdominal, bladder, and pelvic pain, including underlying conditions that may be going undetected.
“Because pain is sometimes the primary issue, we must learn more about pain, including how to examine patients and choose the right procedure, in order to treat it effectively. Sometimes surgeries are successful; however, the patient may have other underlying organ conditions that generate the pain and that may not be recognized prior to surgery.” –Maurice Chung, M.D.
Read the rest of Dr. Chung’s article on the blog of the Society of Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeons.
Dr. Chung is a graduate of Northeastern University College of Pharmacy and received his medical training from Tufts University School of Medicine, both in Boston. His post- graduate OB/GYN residency training was at Albany Medical Center and he is a Fellow of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and American College of Surgeons.
Read Dr. Chung’s complete bio.