Pelvic floor disorders develop after a direct damage or by a weakness at the level of the pelvic floor muscles.
Frequently (but not only) affecting women after pregnancy and child delivery, and afterwards, when muscular weakness appears with aging.
This situation may lead to Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP), as rectal, uterus and vagina (colpocele/uterine prolapse), urinary bladder ( cystocele) as well as rectocele (protusion of the rectum to the posterior vaginal wall).
By Laparoscopic rectopexy and/or sacrocolpopexy and rectopexy we can perform a global repair of the pelvic floor. By placing a mesh at this level we can, therefore, obtain proper correction of rectal prolapse, rectovaginal wall, as well as uterus, vaginal and bladder if needed.
Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgical approach diminishes agression, allowing for a quicker recovery and less postoperative pain.