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New Jersey Office
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General Gynecology, Incontinence, Prolapse, Menopause, Osteoporosis, Sexual Dysfunction and Chronic Pelvic Pain Dr. Michael Vardy
Heathgrades in Gynecologic Surgery :-Among Top 5% of Hospitals Evaluated for Gynecologic Surgery in 2013 -Gynecologic Surgery Excellence Award™ in 2013 -Superior Performance in Gynecologic Surgery for 2013 -5‐Star Recipient for Gynecologic Surgery for 2013
August, 2013 – Dr. Vardy joins the first group of physicians in the country to obtain Board Certification in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery/Urogynecology
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January 23, 2013 – Mount Sinai’s School of Medicine’s Fellowship Program in Urogynecology/Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery recieves ACGME accreditation under the Directorship of Dr. Michael Vardy
What is Urogynecology?
Urogynecology is the newest subspecialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology with a focus on female pelvic health. After four years of Ob/Gyn training, urogynecologists spend 3 more years training for this subspecialty learning how to treat all forms of incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (dropping of the pelvic organs, the bladder (cystocele), uterus and/or rectum (rectocele)). Urogynecologists also treat chronic pelvic pain, urgency/frequency syndromes, sexual dysfunction as well as all other forms of benign general gynecologic problems. The training involves learning the medical and surgical treatments available for these problems. But, be careful, many physicians call themselves urogynecologists without ANY formal training in this area. Be sure to ask your practitioner if they have done athree year accredited training program in urogynecology. Even those that have had some training (as little as a one day course) will call themselves urogynecologists. You have the right to ask. Dr Vardy is currently the Fellowship Director for one of only 47 accredited programs in the US. He graduated from a urogynecology program accredited by the American Board of OB/Gyn (ABOG) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2002 and by 2007 had obtained accreditation for his program at Mt Sinai School of Medicine. He has trained over 250 physicians in incontinence and prolapse surgery. He is considered an expert in use of synthetic mesh and manages mesh associated complications out of his New York and Englewood Hospital NJ offices. He is trained in all aspects of the field including state of the art Robotic surgery. His training program is the only ABOG (American Board of OB/Gyn) and ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) accredited program in Manhattan.