Des Peres, Missouri

Midwest Urogynecology

Trust an experienced Urogynecologist in St Louis

Midwest Urogynecology

2325 Dougherty Ferry Rd (Suite #206)
Saint Louis, MO 63122
(314) 596-9955
Midwest Urogynecology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Health and Beauty, Saint Louis, Missouri

Women have amazing bodies. They not only create life, they outlive their male counterparts by an average of five years. Midwest Urogynecology is committed to providing exceptional care for these exceptional bodies. Specializing in treating gynecological problems, specifically conditions of the pelvic floor organs, this urogynecology practice is the source for women’s health support in St. Louis, MO. Led by Dr. John P. Judd, their compassionate team offers state-of-the-art gynecology solutions backed by personal, caring attention. Whatever your female health concerns, you’ll feel safe, heard, and supported every time you step into their office.

 Urogynecology is a relatively new subspecialty focused on problems related to the muscles and connective tissues of female pelvic organs. These conditions, which range from childbirth issues to urinary incontinence, can cause physical pain or discomfort, as well as feelings of embarrassment or isolation.

Understanding the nuances of these gynecological problems, Dr. Judd and the team at Midwest Urogynecology prioritize a continuum of care that goes beyond physical healing. With a focus on personalized, empathetic service, they treat individuals, not just conditions.

 Supporting women’s health also means offering the best gynecology services available. The team at Midwest Urogynecology offers specialized, state-of-the-art solutions delivered with expertise you can trust. With a résumé that includes subspecialty training at Duke University and a post as an Assistant Professor of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Washington University in St. Louis, Dr. Judd brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to every diagnosis, discussion, and procedure.

It’s time to stop suffering. Take back your life from gynecological problems today with help from Midwest Urogynecology. If you’re experiencing urinary incontinence, organ prolapse, vaginal mesh problems or other issues of the pelvic floor, Dr. Judd and his team can help. Visit their website to learn more about how these St. Louis urogynecology specialists support women’s health, or call (314) 596-9955 to make an appointment.

Announcements & Events from Midwest Urogynecology
How to Manage an Overactive Bladder, Des Peres, Missouri
Living with an overactive bladder (OAB) poses all kinds of challenges. From attending social outings to getting a good night’s sleep, many aspects of your life may be compl...read more
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Bladder infections are caused by excess bacteria in the urinary tract and can be quite uncomfortable. If you were recently diagnosed with a bladder infection, you might be searc...read more
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A gynecology professional may recommend a hysterectomy, or removal of the uterus and cervix, to treat a disorder or condition. If you’re planning such a procedure, it’s common t...read more
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A Pap smear is a screening for cervical cancer that a woman gets during her routine appointment at the gynecology clinic. If you are scheduled to have one for the first time, it...read more
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