Free Women’s Wellness Program on Pelvic Health on March 14
February 27, 2012
Women of all ages experience uterine conditions, such as fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, abdominal pain, irregular bleeding and urinary incontinence. In fact, hysterectomy – the surgical removal of the uterus – is the second most common surgery for women in the U.S.
To provide women with important health information, Catholic Health is sponsoring a free women’s wellness program on common gynecologic and uterine conditions, entitled “Female Pelvic Health."
Date: Wednesday, March 14
Time: 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Place: Williamsville Diagnostic Center, 400 International Drive, Williamsville, NY
Description: This program is designed for women who have experienced pelvic health concerns or those who want to maintain their pelvic health.
Women’s health specialist, Ali Ghomi, MD, director of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery at Sisters of Charity Hospital, will present the latest information on female pelvic health including symptoms to watch for, when to talk to a doctor, factors that can affect pelvic health, and the latest advancements in the medical and surgical treatment of uterine conditions.
Family and friends are welcome to attend.
Ask the Expert
- I have been experiencing pelvic pain since last year. Is there a test to diagnose my pelvic pain? Dr. Ali Ghomi responds.
Registration is required.
To register, call Catholic Health’s HealthConnection at (716) 706-2112 or click on the button below to register online: