The expert gynecologic surgeons at Pearl Women’s Center specialize in minimally invasive approaches to a wide range of gynecologic problems, including abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic pain, infertility, fibroids, and urinary incontinence. The minimally invasive techniques we use when performing gynecologic surgery at our Portland center involve small incisions for reduced trauma and quicker recoveries. Pearl Women’s Center physicians have completed thousands of minimally invasive procedures, making us one of the most experienced centers in the Pacific Northwest. Because of our high level of experience, we are able to achieve great outcomes with a complication rate that is a fraction of the national average.
Choose the specialists at Pearl Women’s Center for every stage of your life. Ask a question, book online, or call our office in Portland at (503) 771-1883. We serve patients from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Northern California, and Alaska.
Common Gynecologic Surgery Procedures
Our doctors perform a variety of surgical procedures at the fully accredited Pearl SurgiCenter. Common gynecologic surgery procedures include:
Hysterectomy removes the uterus. Drs. Rosenfield and Mohling perform this procedure to correct a variety of conditions. Learn more about hysterectomy procedures, and talk to your practitioner about the best options for hysterectomy. We perform both total laparoscopic hysterectomy and laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy in the outpatient environment. Dr. Mohling may elect to choose a vaginal hysterectomy or a robotic hysterectomy at the hospital when it is indicated
Tubal Reversal an option for women who have previously been sterilized who are hoping to have more children. Our physicians offer laparoscopic reversal of sterilization for a quick recovery and high success rates. To learn more, visit TubalReversalNW.com.
Oophorectomy removes one or both ovaries. This procedure is often recommended in women whose ovaries appear abnormal or have a strong family history of cancer.
Endometriosis treatment usually involves complete surgical removal of the diseased tissue from the pelvis. Removing the implants, referred to surgical excision, is more effective than the more common practice of fulgurating (also called burning or cauterizing) the endometriosis.
Dr. Rosenfield Talks About Endometriosis
Prolapse surgery corrects pelvic organ prolapse (including cystocele, rectocele, and enterocele). Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition where the bladder, vagina or rectum bulge downward and can cause significant problems in the daily activities of patients. While first-line therapy might include physical therapy and pelvic floor exercises, surgical correction may be recommended. Many surgical approaches exist, including laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy and uterosacral ligament suspension. We base our approach on the individual needs of the patient. We are one of few practices in the world offering these corrective gynecologic surgery procedures in a completely outpatient setting with discharge to HOME after the procedure.
Incontinence surgery corrects urinary incontinence. After a thorough evaluation to determine the cause, surgical correction, such as a suburethral sling and cystoscopy, is available for patients who leak with exercise, when coughing or bearing down.
Vaginal and pelvic floor reconstruction repairs these areas after trauma from a forceps delivery or episiotomy. Vaginal rejuvenation surgery can be included in this type of procedure.
Hysteroscopy allows your doctor to view the inner cavity of the uterus using an endoscopic instrument. This procedure is helpful for the management of fibroids, infertility or ruling out cancer as a cause of abnormal menstrual bleeding.
Infertility surgery includes fallopian tube repair, removal of fibroids and diagnostic evaluation. See our Infertility page for more information about our services.