Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain Center

Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a common health issue that affects an increasing number of women and men. Fortunately there are more treatment options today than ever before.

The pain from CPP is often life-altering and may lead to lifestyle changes that affect your daily activities, work and personal relationships. Your entire well-being, as well as your family’s routine, may be disturbed.

Unfortunately, patients are sometimes told that the problem “is in their head.” This can be frustrating for those living with this disabling pain on a daily basis, who seek answers and an explanation for their symptoms.

At the Bluffton Hospital Pelvic Pain Center, we help patients find relief.

Bluffton Hospital’s team of highly experienced specialists will evaluate your symptoms and develop an individualized treatment plan to eliminate or reduce pain. Our team will help patients enjoy a more functional life.

Our specialists have experience caring for patients with:

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Hernias
  • Musculoskeletal causes of pelvic pain
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Painful bladder syndrome
  • Pelvic adhesions
  • Pelvic floor muscle tension
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Psychological factors & more

Symptoms of Chronic Pelvic Pain

CPP symptoms vary from person to person. The duration of the pain can be intermittent or steady and debilitating. For some the pain may be extremely severe, while for others it may be a dull ache or a feeling of pressure in the pelvis. Low back pain can occur, as well as leg pain radiating from the groin. It is important to remember that everybody’s pain is unique and does not always fit a specific description.

Let’s Talk About Pelvic Pain

Bluffton Hospital’s Pelvic Pain Center provides integrated clinical care for pelvic pain. Your provider will first explore non-surgical treatments to alleviate your pelvic pain. However, if surgery is deemed the best treatment option, our facility offers laparoscopic and robot-assisted procedures. These approaches are known to reduce pain, scarring and recovery time.

Schedule a consultation. We will listen.

Please contact the Bluffton Hospital Pelvic Pain Center by calling 419.369.2270. 

How may we help you?

How may we help you?