Pelvic health conditions—such as urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and pain—are surprisingly common but can be very hard to manage. At the Center for Continence and Pelvic Health (CCPH), we create customized treatment and support plans to meet your unique needs while prioritizing your privacy and comfort.

Pelvic health issues can be complex. You may need to see more than one type of specialist, and it can be hard to know where to start. When you contact us, you will speak to our navigator. This expert will help determine who you should see first, explain the next steps, and provide education about your condition and related care.
Once you begin to see doctors, nurses, and therapists, we will continue to guide you, so that your care is coordinated between all of your providers. This helps ensure that you get the most effective and timely assistance. The navigator will always be available to you, as well, to answer questions and help you understand the treatment process.

Depending on your concerns, you might see one or more doctors, nurses, therapists, or other specialists. 

  • Urologists: Doctors who care for the urinary system (bladder, kidneys, etc.)
  • Gastroenterologists: Doctors who care for the stomach and intestines
  • Obstetrician/Gynecologists: Doctors who care for the female reproductive system
  • Neurologists: Doctors who care for the brain and nervous system
  • Physical or Occupational Therapists: Therapists who focuses on exercises and rehabilitation

Meet Our Team

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Your symptoms could be caused by one or more different conditions. Proper diganosis is key to finding the right treatments for you—and the more information you can share with your doctor, the more they can help. Click on your main symptom below to learn more.

Meet Our Nurse Navigator

Kimberly A. Shea, RN, BSN is the Continence & Urology Clinic Nurse Navigator at Middlesex Health Urology and the Middlesex Health Center for Continence & Pelvic Health

Nurse Navigators are specialized Registered Nurses who guide patients through their care journey. They can provide education and support, and they help connect patients to other supportive services. 

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