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Urogynecology Consultants for pelvic organ prolapse

Expert care for sensitive issues

Pelvic organ prolapse is a problem that can be both painful and embarrassing. And it’s more common than you might think. Prolapse occurs when the normal support of the vagina is lost, resulting in “sagging” or dropping of the bladder, urethra, uterus or rectum. Many women notice a bulge and some may feel looseness or a lack of sensation in the vagina during intimacy.

Urogynecology Consultants treats conditions associated with pelvic organ prolapse with expertise and compassion.Dr. Wesley Hilger, Dr. Sesh Kasturi, and Dr. Kristen Buono have advanced training that allows them to offer patients nonsurgical as well as surgical options for concerns such as these.

A team approach to treatment

When you come to Urogynecology Consultants, you will have access to a team of medical experts. Our board-certified physicians partner with specially trained physician assistants and our staff RN to provide you with the highest caliber of care.

Getting to the root of the problem

At Urogynecology Consultants, we recognize that while many female pelvic conditions are related, each needs to be individually addressed in order to achieve overall treatment success. Our surgeons use state-of-the-art diagnostic tests and recommend conservative, nonsurgical or minimally invasive surgical options whenever possible.

Treatment options customized for you

Urogynecology Consultants offers nonsurgical options for pelvic organ prolapse, including pelvic muscle therapy and pessary therapy. When our physicians determine surgery is best, we offer many minimally invasive approaches to minimize discomfort and shorten recovery time. Our practice offers laparoscopic sacral colpopexy, considered the “gold standard” for laparoscopic treatment of vaginal prolapse.

Conditions we treat include:

  • Uterine prolapse
  • Cystocele
  • Rectocele
  • Enterocele

Feel like yourself again

As a woman, you have unique needs when it comes to healthcare. Get the compassion and respect you deserve from a team of doctors who can help you renew your confidence and restore your quality of life.

If you’re tired of living with pain, contact Urogynecology Consultants. We provide the most complete care that’s focused on your needs. Please call (916) 779-1160 (Sacramento) or (916) 772-5533 (Roseville). Our pelvic organ prolapse patients come to us from communities of Sacramento, Roseville, Elk Grove, El Dorado Hills, Folsom, Fairfield, Davis, Modesto, South Lake Tahoe, Reno, Redding, Chico, and other nearby areas.

Patient Reviews

  • It's been 1½ years since Dr. Hilger "fixed" me and improved my life forever. I think of you often with deep gratitude! ~ Carole

  • Dr. Kasturi, Thank you for all your care and all you have done for me. You are all the best. ~MC

  • Dr. Hilger, I wanted to thank-you again for the great care, concern and surgical repair that you gave me. Life feels so much better having the prolapse repair done. ~ Terri

  • Thank you so very much for all of the excellent care you've given to me Dr. Kasturi. You are so patient and compassionate and have helped me through my surgery and beyond. ~ MS

  • Thank you so much Dr. Hilger for all you've done to make my life better. So grateful. ~ Susan

  • Thank you Dr. Hilger for making the time to call me on the phone, yesterday. I think that it is rare that there are doctor to patient phone calls anymore. They are going the way of the old fashion doctor house call. You answered a lot of my questions. So, I am especially grateful. ~ Lorna

  • Thank you so very much for the excellent care and services. You always made me feel comfortable. When our health is compromised, it is scary, but to receive the care I did, made me feel so much better! ~ BR

Meet the Team

  • Wesley S. Hilger
  • Sesh Kasturi
  • Kristen Buono

Meet our compassionate team of highly credentialed urogynecology specialists.

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What's New

Breaking the Silence about Pelvic Prolapse Though half of women who’ve delivered a child and half of women over 50 experience pelvic organ prolapse, it remains something rarely discussed except with a woman’s closest girlfriend or physician. Why the embarrassment? Pelvic prolapse refers to a condition where the uterus, vagina, bladder and rectum shift positions in a woman’s body and move downward, resulting in some uncomfortable and awkward symptoms such as heaviness or aching in the p...