HMG and Seasons for Women announce a new specialty service line and practice – “Seasons Center for Urogynecology & Advanced Pelvic Surgery” located at 240 Medical Park Blvd, Suite 2700, Bristol.
One out of three women suffer from urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and issues with bladder control. Many of these women wait to seek treatment, believing their conditions are simply part of the aging process. Often, they endure pain and discomfort in silence, hesitating to see a physician. Now, there is help—locally, from specialists who provide one-on-one, personalized care.
The Seasons Center for Urogynecology & Advanced Pelvic Surgery practice is led by Jeffrey McQueary, MD, FACOG and Cynthia McGlothlin, MSN, WHNP. Jeffrey McQueary, MD, FACOG, is board certified in both general obstetrics and gynecology, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Dr. McQueary began practicing medicine in 1996 and has performed more than 6,000 urogynecological procedures. He specializes in urgency and stress incontinence, prolapse repair, and advanced, minimally invasive robotic surgery.
Cynthia McGlothlin, WHNP, is board certified through the National Certification Corporation for the obstetrics, gynecology and neonatal nursing specialties. Cynthia has been assisting Dr. McQueary in surgery for over five years. She is very experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of complex urogynecologic conditions. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Radford University and her master of science in nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University.
McQueary and McGlothlin diagnose and treat a wide variety of urogynecological issues in women of all ages. Recognizing that each woman’s health needs are unique, and the decision to seek treatment can be highly emotional, McQueary and McGlothlin work with patients to design a personalized treatment plan that takes into account individual health needs and preferences for treatment and recovery.
The Seasons Center for Urogynecology & Advanced Pelvic Surgery team is board certified and highly experienced, offering the latest treatments for a full range of pelvic conditions and disorders. McQueary and McGlothlin manage clinical problems associated with dysfunction of the pelvic floor and bladder. Pelvic floor disorders affect the bladder, reproductive organs, and bowels. Some common conditions treated include urinary/fecal incontinence, overactive bladder, and pelvic floor/organ prolapse. Treatments and procedures include hysterectomy, cystoscopy, urodynamics, and robotic-assisted sacrocolpopexy. For more information, visit www.seasonsurogynecology.com or call (423) 990-2450.