Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship (Arizona)
Mayo Clinic in Arizona offers a three-year Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Program for physicians who wish to specialize in pelvic floor reconstructive surgery.
This program includes extensive vaginal, radical and laparoscopic surgery experience. Areas of research interest include vaginal wound healing, adhesion prevention and materials for the surgical management of pelvic-organ-prolapse.
Mayo Clinic's Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship offers:
- A broad range of pelvic surgery experiences, including rotations in pelvic reconstructive surgery, radical pelvic surgery, colorectal surgery and urology
- A multi-specialty approach to urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders, with emphasis on neurology, gastroenterology, physical therapy, patient education, occupational therapy and research.
- Training that emphasizes evaluation, treatment and continuing care for a wide range of urogynecologic, gynecologic and pelvic floor dysfunction patients
- Classes in research design and statistics
- Conferences and continuing medical education in advanced pelvic surgery and urogynecology
- Optional computer instruction in graphics, word processing and communications