Our Services

Pelvic Disorders

Advanced, convenient solutions to pelvic support problems.

Women sometimes experience vaginal relaxation, or prolapse, following childbirth or as they get older. In addition, pelvic pain and endometriosis can present themselves and affect your quality of life. We can address these conditions through medical management and the latest surgical techniques.

Our ob/gyn specialists will exhaust all available conservative remedies to treat your pelvic floor disorders, in cases where they improve with strengthening exercises and the use of a medical device. However, when surgery is the best option, the James River team will do a minimally invasive procedure, a “key-hole” surgery that uses only very small instruments and requires only tiny incisions resulting in little scarring, shorter downtime, and quicker recovery.

Our obstetrician/gynecologist physicians are highly trained in laparoscopic surgery, a surgical innovation that eliminates almost all abdominal incisions. Pelvic reconstruction has never more minimally invasive to the body, faster to perform, and conveniently done in-office.

Don’t think that pelvic disorders are something you have to live with after giving birth or as you age. Call our Richmond, VA office today at 804.272.5508 for immediate help. Our patients with pelvic disorders come to us from Petersburg, Richmond, Bon Air, Chesterfield, Glen Allen, and nearby locations.

Our Location

7101 Jahnke Road, Suite 280
Richmond, VA 23225
Phone 804.272.5508
Fax 804.323.7564

James River Obstetrics & Gynecology is a full-service, state-of-the-art private medical facility in Richmond, Virginia providing in-office women’s care for more than 20 years. Drs. Gregory P. Moore and R. Kevin Smith have helped thousands of patients from all over Richmond and surrounding communities like Amelia, Colonial Heights, Fort Lee, Goochland, Midlothian, Chesterfield, Chester, and Prince George. We specialize in obstetrics including 4D ultrasound imaging, prenatal care, delivery, and high-risk pregnancy; urinary incontinence; gynecologic care; family planning and infertility; abnormal bleeding; pelvic disorders and reconstruction; menopause management; and osteoporosis care.