CUPD offers extensive experience and total focus on urogynecologic specialties for women of all ages.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Imagine getting your life back from Incontinence & Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Millions of American women suffer from incontinence (the loss of bladder or bowel control) and pelvic organ prolapse.
The embarrassment and inconvenience of incontinence leads to insecurity, isolation and a reduction in social activities including exercise and travel.
While incontinence is a common medical problem that may worsen with aging, women don’t always seek help.
Pelvic organ prolapse is frequently associated with incontinence and is accompanied by lower abdominal or pelvic discomfort. Many suffer silently through this condition as well.
The Center for Urinary and Pelvic Disorders (CUPD) offers treatment for these conditions that can help women “get their lives back.”
Dr. S. Gregory Portera has 24 years of experience in Urogynecology. He and the staff members of CUPD are dedicated to helping you recover from the distress of incontinence or pelvic disorders and overcome the feelings of isolation and frustration.
As a well-known, highly focused provider of incontinence and pelvic floor treatments, CUPD is the place that women of all ages can turn to with confidence. The welcoming environment and comforting, resourceful staff members will help reassure you that this is the right place.
Read comments from our patients
Women who know what you might be going through.
“Thank you to Dr. Portera for your medical expertise. Dr. Portera recently performed surgery on me for pelvic prolapse, lifting my bladder and performing a hysterectomy. Dr. Portera is an excellent physician who is also kind and patient. The office is very accessible with good parking and I’m always in and out of the office within about 45 minutes. Thanks.
“The condition of my health made me very nervous. I anticipated that Dr. Portera would recommend surgery immediately. After a thorough exam, he laid my worries to rest with an understandable explanation and several alternatives to surgery. I am very pleased.”
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Center for Urinary and Pelvic Disorders
6215 Humphreys Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38120