Below is a list of doctors that I have come across in my research for the book I am working on about pelvic floor musculoskeletal dysfunction. I will continuously be adding new names to the list as I come across doctors in the know during my research for the book. If you know of a doctor who deserves to be on the list, please add his or her name in the comment section and I will be sure to add him/her to the list.
DISCLAIMER: THIS LIST IS MEANT TO ACT ONLY AS A STARTING POINT. IF YOU ARE THINKING OF VISITING ANY OF THE DOCTORS ON THIS LIST, I STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONDUCT YOUR OWN RESEARCH ON HIM OR HER BEFOREHAND.
Dr. Karen Noblett: UCI Medical Center, Orange, California: 714-456-2911
Dr. Felicia Lane: UCI Medical Center, Orange, California: 714-456-2911
Dr. Jerome M. Weiss: The Pacific Center for Pain and Pelvic Dysfunction, San Francisco, California: 415-441-5800
Dr. J. Thomas Benson: Urogynecology Associates, Indianapolis, Indiana: 317-962-6600
Dr. Mary Pat Fitzgerald: Loyola University Health System, Chicago, Illinois: 1-888-LUHS-888
Dr. Howard T. Sharp: Salt Lake City, Utah: 801-581-7640
Dr. Sangeeta Mahajan: Cleveland, Ohio: 216-844-3941
Dr. Kimberly Safman: (Pain Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) Newport Orthopedic Institute: Newport Beach, California: 949-722-7038
Dr. Colleen Fitzgerald: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago: 1-800-883-3931
Dr. Andrea Rapkin: UCLA Health System: 310-794-7274
Dr. Patricia Wallace: Mission Viejo, CA: 949-364-4400
Dr. Fred Howard: (Gynecology): University of Rochester Medical Center: 585-334-1264
A resource that can help you find a doctor in your area who is knowledgeable about PFMD:
The International Pelvic Pain Society: www.pelvicpain.org: this organization provides this page where you can type in information to find a doctor in your area—even if the only bit of info you type in is the name of your state, click on the “find provider” button and it will search its database for doctors in your state.
These organizations also have searchable databases of doctors; however, you must first become a member in order to search them: