Advanced Diagnosis and Therapeutic Care to Relieve Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can not only be an indication of conditions such as ovarian cysts, uterine fibroid or pelvic inflammatory disease, it can also impact your quality of life and leave you feeling depressed and debilitated. At our Women’s Health clinics, our care teams are specially trained to accurately diagnose the source of your pelvic pain and recommend treatment options to get you back to feeling like yourself again.


Common Pelvic Pain Issues

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Identifying the cause and relieving your pelvic pain can prevent you from experiencing worsening conditions and can often be done using minimally invasive surgery for reduced scarring and recovery time.

Interstitial Cystitis

The pain from interstitial cystitis can be severe, and depending on the cause, your doctor may treat it with either physical therapy, oral medication, bladder distension or surgery.


This painful condition in which tissue grows outside the uterus is usually treated using hormone therapy, pain medication or surgery.


Painful intercourse can not only take the pleasure out of sex but can indicate conditions such as uterine fibroids or uterine prolapse, both of which are commonly treated using non-invasive surgery.


More commonly known as menstrual cramps, this painful condition is caused by uterine contraction.


Relief from your pelvic pain is important to a healthy, active lifestyle. By specializing in minimally invasive surgery including robotic and laparoscopic techniques, your doctor can reduce your recovery time, improve success rates, and get you back to feeling yourself.

Comprehensive and Cutting-Edge Healthcare

At Intermountain Health our team of doctors is here to help you overcome your health issues. We understand that pelvic pain can be debilitating and will work with you throughout your health journey to ensure you receive the best personalized care to target your needs. Learn more about how our Women’s Health care team can help you today.

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