Dr. Mathews attends Laborie Comprehensive Urodynamics course in San Antonio
Dr. Mathews attended the SGS (Society of Gynecologic Surgeons) held in San Antonio Texas April 10th thru 13th. This prestigious meeting emphasized advanced gynecologic and reconstructive surgery techniques with a specific focus on pelvic anatomy and vaginal surgery.
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Dr. Mathews recently attended the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons in Tucson Arizona where he participated in the Post Graduate Course in Robotics in Gynecologic Surgery. The Society of Gynecologic Surgeons is recognized as a select member group of over 250 physicians representing both private practice and academic faculty–all involved in teaching and the practice of…Read the Rest of Article
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Over 10 million women experience Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Stress Urinary Incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine when pressure is placed upon the bladder. The supporting tissues around the urethra no longer provide adequate support to prevent leaking of urine.
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