AdventHealth Medical Group Urogynecology at Celebration
Celebration, FL 34747
Celebration, FL 34747
Our Practice Has Multiple Locations to Serve You
About Our Practice
Led by our fellowship trained physician, Dr. Vivian Aguilar, AdventHealth Medical Group Urogynecology at Celebration offers comprehensive urogynecology care for women throughout the various stages of life. This new location provides urogynecology care for women in Osceola county and is connected to our main office in Orlando.
Our highly skilled surgeons are leaders and teachers in their fields. They provide a wide range of surgical treatments, including the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques (vaginal, laparoscopic and robotic), which reduce discomfort and shorten recovery time. Whether it’s from childbirth, age, straining, an injury or surgery, pelvic floor problems can feel physically painful and emotionally isolating. But conditions like urinary and fecal incontinence are more common than you might think, and they’re very treatable.
At every step, our team will guide you. Our personalized care coordinator provides a guided experience so you can feel confident throughout your journey.
Meet Our Pelvic Health Care Coordinator
Our Pelvic Health Care Coordinator, Amy Royer, RN, is a specially trained nurse who can help guide your care by:
- Answering any questions you may have about your diagnosis or treatment
- Helping you schedule appointments or procedures
- Informing you about what to expect during your visit
Learn more about Amy and the care she provides in this quick video. To contact her, please call 407-821-3518.
Conditions We Treat
- Fecal incontinence
- Overactive bladder
- Pelvic floor disorders
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Recurrent urinary tract infections
- Urethral diverticulum
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary retention
- Vaginal mesh complications
- Vesicovaginal and rectovaginal fistulas
- Voiding dysfunction
Let’s Talk: Pelvic Floor Video Series
Urinary Incontinence is a common bladder issue among women. 30% of women who have had children or been through menopause may develop urinary incontinence. If you are experiencing difficulty in holding your bladder, or lack of control with coughing or sneezing, talk with your provider.
La incontinencia urinaria es un problema de vejiga muy común entre las mujeres. El 30% de las mujeres que han tenido hijos o han pasado por la menopausia pueden desarrollar incontinencia urinaria. Si tienes dificultad para sostener la vejiga o falta de control al toser o estornudar, habla con tu proveedor.
Dr. Vivian Aguilar, a Urogynecologist, explains what happens to a woman’s pelvic floor after childbirth. Post-partum, women may realize there are lasting changes to the pelvic muscles or nerve weakness. Make sure you are talking with your provider on your bladder and bowel health, and if you are experiencing any lasting changes or complications, visit your urogynecologist.
La Dra. Vivian Aguilar, uroginecóloga, explica qué sucede con el piso pélvico de la mujer después del parto. Después de dar a luz, las mujeres pueden percibir cambios en los músculos pélvicos o debilidad nerviosa. Asegúrate de hablar con tu proveedor sobre la salud de tu vejiga e intestinos y, si experimentas algún cambio o complicación, visita a tu uroginecólogo(a).
Pregnancy and childbirth can put a lot of strain on the pelvic floor. Find out more about pelvic floor issues and when you should get help for them from AdventHealth urogynecologist Dr. Lindsay Kissane.
Up to one-third of women experience pelvic floor disorders like pelvic organ prolapse. Learn how you can strengthen your pelvic floor and reduce your risk of pelvic organ prolapse.
Do you have bladder irritation? Find out if you are experiencing symptoms of an irritated bladder and how to figure out if what you are drinking is the cause.
What you eat and drink has a direct effect on your pelvic health. Hear from AdventHealth urogynecologist Dr. Nathan Kow on ways you can adapt your diet to support your pelvic health.
There has been a lot of chatter around menstrual cups and whether or not they can affect your chances of developing vaginal prolapse. Dr. Nathan Kow shares his expert insight on this topic. Learn more about the AdventHealth for Women Pelvic Health Program at: PelvicHeathExperts.com.
Have you ever wondered if having a c-section can prevent your chances of developing a pelvic floor disorder? Dr. Nathan Kow is here to answer that for you. Learn more about the AdventHealth for Women Pelvic Health Program at: PelvicHeathExperts.com.
Meet AdventHealth for Women’s Pelvic Care Coordinator, Amy Royer, RN. Patients can call Amy with questions they may have about their diagnosis or treatment, for help making appointments or scheduling procedures. Learn more about the AdventHealth for Women Pelvic Health Program at: PelvicHeathExperts.com.
Are you currently expecting and wondering what happens to your pelvic floor during delivery? Dr. Nathan Kow shares what changes you can expect during delivery and postpartum. Learn more about the AdventHealth for Women Pelvic Health Program at: PelvicHeathExperts.com.
Dr. Nathan Kow shares what vaginal prolapse is and how your lifestyle can affect your chances of developing this disorder based off your career, weight and other contributing factors. Learn more about the AdventHealth for Women Pelvic Health Program at: PelvicHeathExperts.com.