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. The Seasons Center for Urogynecology & Advanced Pelvic Surgery is here to help.
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.
Jeffrey McQueary, MD, FACOG is board certified in both general obstetrics and gynecology, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. McQueary has been with HMG since 2003. He received his undergraduate degree from Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA, and his doctorate from Loma Linda University School of Medicine, CA. He completed his residency at Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA.
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 McGlothlin has been with HMG since 2004. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Radford University and her master of science in nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University. 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.
Our services encompass all types of pelvic floor disorders
- Urinary incontinence (accidental loss of urine)
- Fecal incontinence (accidental loss of stool)
- Pelvic organ prolapse (including prolapse of the uterus, bladder, small bowel or vagina)
- Pelvic pain and pressure
- Pelvic floor problems related to childbirth
- Frequent urinary tract infections
- Sexual dysfunction
- Painful intercourse
- Issues with bladder and rectal control
- Complications related to vaginal prolapse surgery, including vaginal graft/mesh erosion, pain with intercourse, and abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge
- Da Vinci™ robotic treatment of pelvic organ prolapse, a minimally invasive approach that enables women to recover more quickly
- Laparoscopic and Vaginal minimally invasive treatment of prolapse
- Pessary management of prolapse and incontinence
- INTERSTIM treatment for severe bladder and bowel control issues
- Tibial nerve stimulation therapy
- BOTOX® injections to reduce urinary urge incontinence or relieve pain associated with intercourse
- Urethral bulking
Please visit the Seasons Center for Urogynecology & Advanced Pelvic Surgery home page for more information.