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keywords Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery
overview Sarah Collins, MD, is a board-certified surgeon whose practice focuses on urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery. Dr. Collins is an expert in diagnosing and treating pelvic floor disorders, including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, complex urogenital and rectovaginal fistulae, complex lower urinary tract injuries after pelvic surgery, and congenital genitourinary anomalies. Her skill and experience allow management of complex surgical problems through minimally invasive approaches whenever possible. Because she understands the personal and private struggles that women with pelvic floor disorder face, Dr. Collins’ approach to care centers around being an advocate for her patients and prioritizing their healthcare experience from the first visit. She is heavily involved in creating and researching shared decision-making (SDM) tools for patients facing decisions about pelvic health treatment options. Her dedication to practice efficiency and streamlining the care experience is concentrated on ensuring that patients get the most out of every office and operating room encounter. She is a federally funded researcher and holds leadership roles in national and international professional organizations. In addition to her surgical practice and research, Dr. Collins is passionate about teaching the next generation of gynecologic surgeons, providing training to medical students, residents and fellows. She also dedicates her time and surgical skill to an annual surgical mission to Rwanda, where she teaches local surgeons in the treatment of women with obstetric injuries and complex genitourinary and rectovaginal fistulae.
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Concept Gynecologic Surgical Procedures
Academic Article Effect of surgical approach on physical activity and pain control after sacral colpopexy.
Academic Article Randomized trials in robotic surgery: a practical impossibility?
Academic Article Complex sacral abscess 8 years after abdominal sacral colpopexy.
Academic Article Pain management strategies for urogynecologic surgery: a review.
Academic Article Surgeon activity in robotic versus abdominal gynecologic surgery.
Academic Article Clinical Utility of Routine Preoperative Laboratory Assessment in a Urogynecologic Population.
Academic Article Does a Hysterectomy Hurt? Comparing Narcotic Requirements and Pain Scores in Patients Undergoing Apical Prolapse Repair With or Without Hysterectomy.
Academic Article Early Secondary Repair of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury Breakdown: Contemporary Surgical Techniques and Experiences From a Peripartum Subspecialty Clinic.
Academic Article Impact of a Web-Based Decisional Aid on Satisfaction in Women Undergoing Prolapse Surgery.
Academic Article Operating Room Efficiency: Examining the Impact of Personnel Handoffs.
Academic Article Restricted Convalescence Following Urogynecologic Procedures: 1-Year Outcomes From a Randomized Controlled Study.
Academic Article Concurrent Retropubic Midurethral Sling and OnabotulinumtoxinA for Mixed Urinary Incontinence: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Academic Article Mind the Gap: Changes in Levator Dimensions After Sacrocolpopexy.
Academic Article De novo rectal prolapse after obliterative and reconstructive vaginal surgery for urogenital prolapse.
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  • Gynecologic Surgeries