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Center For Pelvic Health Opens Nashville OfficeNASHVILLE, Tenn. – July 24, 2009 - Dr. Barry Jarnagin and Dr. Jennifer Tatalovich, from the Center for Pelvic Health, will begin seeing patients at a Nashville office beginning Wednesday, Aug. 5.
They specialize in treating patients with pelvic health issues, such as incontinence and chronic pain. Symptoms range from sexual dysfunction and abdominal pain and pressure to excessive bleeding and general discomfort. Pelvic health problems can result from a variety of factors, but most commonly are from pregnancy and childbirth or genetic factors.
The new Nashville office is located on the Baptist Hospital campus at 300 20th Avenue North, Suite 106, in the 20th Avenue Medical Office Building in the Tennessee Breast Specialists office. Appointments can be made by calling the Center for Pelvic Health (615) 284-4664.
Dr. Jarnagin is one of the leading urogynecologic surgeons in Tennessee, specializing in minimally invasive techniques, including robotic surgery. He is experienced in treating all types of pelvic floor disorders, from urinary incontinence and dysfunction to chronic pelvic pain. He is widely-published and involved with pelvic health research. Dr. Jarnagin earned his medical degree from the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences. He completed his internship in obstetrics and gynecology at Naval Hospital in San Diego and a fellowship in obstetrics and gynecology at National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. Before joining the Center for Pelvic Health he was medical director of Vanderbilt Pelvic Medicine and Surgery at Cool Springs.
Dr. Tatalovich is fellowship trained in minimally invasive gynecology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She completed her residency and earned her medical degree at the University of Southern California.
The Center for Pelvic Health is a collaborative effort that includes physicians and women’s health physical therapists affiliated with Saint Thomas Health Services. They specialize in managing complex urogynecologic patients. It offers a variety of techniques for curing pain and disorders.
The Center for Pelvic Health also has a Williamson County office near Cool Springs at the Center for Pelvic Health, 4601 Carothers Parkway, Suite 350 in Franklin, Tenn. For more information, visit www.centerforpelvichealth.org or call (615) 284-4664.
Saint Thomas Health Services’ regional health system consists of five hospitals – Baptist and Saint Thomas Hospitals and the Center for Spinal Surgery in Nashville, Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro and Hickman Community Hospital in Centerville – and a comprehensive network of affiliated joint ventures in diagnostics, cardiac services and ambulatory surgery as well as medical practices, clinics and rehabilitation facilities. STHS is a member of Ascension Health, a Catholic organization that is the largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. For more information, visit www.sths.com.