Blogs by Dr. Karlotta Davis
Karlotta Davis, MD, is a former Associate Professor in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery for the University of Colorado Urogynecology. Dr. Davis retired from CU Urogynecology in 2017.
She was named Top Doctor for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery by Denver’s 5280 Magazine in 2012, 2013 and 2014.Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Davis’ special medical interests include vaginal repair of prolapse, minimally invasive incontinence surgery, and the effects of birth on the pelvic floor.
She has received numerous honors and awards over the years and has extensive professional experience in teaching, research and presentations.
Dr. Karlotta Davis discusses how to get the most out of your Kegel exercises. Get tips on remembering to do your exercises and learn tricks that can significantly help decrease the effects of urinary incontinence.
In this video blog, Dr. Davis explains how practice makes perfect when performing Kegel exercises. Learn what a Kegel is and how to correctly contract the female pelvic floor muscles to help improve incontinence.
Are you ready for your vagina to talk to your smartphone? Well get ready, because new products are coming out that will track the effectiveness of your Kegel exercises by sending feedback from a device inserted in the vagina to a smartphone app.
Doctor Karlotta Davis is a 13-year member of the quality assurance program at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and knows a thing or two about hospital safety.