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Procedure - Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy

A minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat vaginal or uterine prolapse. Prolapse is defined as the dropping of a pelvic organ from a normal location in the lower belly, due to weakened or stretched tissue. The procedure reduces the prolapse condition and restores the anatomy and function of the vagina. During the procedure, the vagina or cervix is lifted back to the natural position by attaching a synthetic mesh from the top and back of the vagina to the sacral promontory. The mesh provides the vagina support to maintain the correct position after surgery. Advantages of the minimally invasive procedure offer less scarring and a quicker recovery.


Bradshaw-Whitear, Amber, MD, FACOG
5495 S 500 E
South Ogden, UT
801-475-3100