Pelvic Floor Dysfunction


    Pelvic floor dysfunction is when you are unable to control the muscles that help you have a complete bowel movement. Having constipation, straining and pain with bowel movements. Unexplained pain in the lower back, pelvis, genitals or rectum. As well as pelvic muscle spasms.

    Our providers


    Kaylie Caswell, WHNP-BC

    Certified Nurse Practitioner & Certified Sexuality Counselor Obstetrics and Gynecology
    400 N. 9th Street Springfield, IL 62702

    Loralee Donnelly, FNP-BC

    Certified Nurse Practitioner Urology
    747 N. Rutledge Street 5th Floor Springfield, IL 62702

    Lauri Lopp, MD

    Physician Family Medicine
    520 N. 4th St. Springfield, IL 62702

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