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At Santiam Women’s Clinic we focus on the health needs of women at every stage of her life. Whether you come to us for your first checkup, your first baby or when enjoying your first grandchild. We understand your unique needs as a woman.

You will find yourself in a friendly atmosphere, with an experienced OB/GYN who is committed to providing you with the best care possible.

Obstetrical Care

  • Preconception counseling
  • Antenatal Care
  • Pregnancy follow up
  • Postpartum care
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • 1st trimester bleeding

Santiam Hospital’s Women’s Clinic gives you access to top a Obstetrician in Stayton, OR for pre-pregnancy, labor and delivery. OBGYN Stayton, OR (503) 769-2175.

Office procedures

  • Leep
  • Colposcopy
  • IUD insertion and removal
  • Nexplanon insertion and removal
    • I&D of cyst/abscess of perineal
  • Endocervical biopsy
  • Ultrasound 1st trimester and AFI
    • Endometrial Biopsy
    • Pessary fitting and maintenance
  • Skin biopsy/shave BX
    • Skin tags
  • Perineal biopsy
  • Marsupialization of Bartholin cyst
  • Endocervial Curettage

Santiam Hospital’s Women’s Clinic gives you access to top a Obstetrician in Stayton, OR for pre-pregnancy, labor and delivery. OBGYN Stayton, OR (503) 769-2175.

Our Mission

At Santiam Hospital, our vision is to serve as the healthcare provider at the center of our community. As part of our mission, we provide quality health care to persons suffering from illness, injuries, or disabilities and promote the general health and welfare of the community through education, support, and medical services.

Patient Results

We create an atmosphere where each is to be relied upon to carry an equal or greater weight, where regard for the patient is held above that of personal benefit, and where the care provided is reliable and consistent.

Flexible Hours & Scheduling
Close to Home
In-person & Televisits Available
Accepting New Patients

Urinary Incontinence

The lack of bladder control is a very common problem affecting as many as 20 million adult women. Although if affects many, it is not a natural part of aging.

Causes
Women lose bladder control for different reasons. The most common include weakening of the pelvic floor muscles and involuntary bladder spasms. Medicines, lack of estrogen, medical or nervous system diseases and previous childbirth can also contribute to the problem. Several techniques may be used to determine the cause of urine leakage, including:

Reviewing a patient’s medical history
Conducting a physical examination
Collecting a urine culture to detect infection
Examining the inside of the bladder through a scope
Identifying any bladder or urethral dysfunction through urodynamics (pressure testing of bladder)

Pelvic Floor Disorders

Pelvic Floor Disorders may consist of prolapse of the pelvic organs (dropped bladders and fallen wombs), hernias of the vaginal walls (cystocele or rectocele) and weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. These anatomical problems could affect your bladder function.

Treatments
Fortunately, treatment of urinary incontinence is no longer restricted to surgery. Effective options include:

  • Medication — Drugs help prevent bladder spasms, increase urethral resistance and improve urine storage.
  • Biofeedback — Exercises to strengthen pelvic muscles and improve bladder support. State-of-the-art equipment is used to help perform exercises correctly.
  • Bladder Drills — By urinating at scheduled times, bladder function can dramatically improve.
  • Pelvic Electrical Stimulation — Low intensity stimulation of the pelvic muscles and bladder.
  • Surgery — Scientific advances in surgery have increased the long-term success and made recovery time shorter.
  • Collagen — Injectable substance to increase urethral resistance for some types of stress incontinence.
  • Pessary — A small support is fit for your vagina for support of the bladder neck or prevention of prolapse.
  • Vaginal Cones — Small weights to help strengthen the pelvic muscles.
Call 503.769.9522 to schedule an appointment.

This hospital has the most wonderful staff! From the receptionist, doctors, nurses, everyone I’ve met have been the most caring and understanding individuals I’ve ever met. Ps the people who work in the kitchen who make the meals are outstanding!!

Sara

Our family has been patients for many years. The doctors, nurses, and staff are always friendly, attentive, thorough, and knowledgeable. They really go above and beyond even being able to schedule same-day appointments if necessary.

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