Dr. Connell’s joint study with the Yale School of Medicine finds that maintaining an appropriate healthy weight after pregnancy (as determined by body mass index, BMI) reduces the risk of pelvic organ prolapse.
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Dr. Tyler Muffly, the fellowship program director for female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Colorado, recently participated in a survey to gauge fellow preparedness of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents for Fellowship Training.
Dr. Muffly addresses farting during urination in a Women’s Health article that answers such urine questions as, is peeing during sex normal?
CU Urogynecology’s Dr. Davis was named a top female pelvic medicine doctor in Denver by 5280 Magazine. She has been named a top doctor in 2012, 2013 & 2014.
Two common transvaginal surgeries for treating pelvic organ prolapse delivered comparable success rates, and pelvic floor muscle training did not alter outcomes, Dr. Kathleen Connell and others reported.
By Doug Brunk – The geographic distribution of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery fellowships approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education varies widely in the United States, according to Dr. Tyler Muffly.
Dr. Tyler Muffly offers bi-partisan advice to senators preparing bladders for a marathon filibuster.
Board-certified Urogynecologist, Dr. Connell, discusses women’s bike safety and the potential affects of cycling on female pelvic health on KUSA’s 9News.