WomanCare Clinic Welcomes Dr. Brincat

Star Country_Womens Health Dr Brincat 2011-10-04 – Pelvic Floor Dr. Cynthia Brincat, MD, PhD, spoke with Star Country’s Tracy and Mike about women’s health issues. Click the play button to listen!

Meriter WomanCare Clinic welcomes Cynthia Brincat, MD, PhD, a UW Health Physician. Dr. Brincat recently completed a Board Certified Fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center. She earned her medical degree from Loyola University, Chicago and completed her residency at the University of Michigan. Her research interests include quality of life issues related to pelvic floor dysfunction as well as post-partum birth injury and the pelvic floor. She specializes in pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, and generalized pelvic floor dysfunction, including non-surgical and advanced surgical approaches to symptom improvement.

Contact the WomanCare Clinic to learn more about Dr. Brincat or to schedule an appointment 608.417.5433 or 888.409.3852.

 

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One Response to WomanCare Clinic Welcomes Dr. Brincat

  1. Lisa says:

    I Received Exceptional Care
    Meriter is an amazing hospital. I recommend the hospital and the staff hands down above the others. The care I received was exceptional to say the least. Dr. Cynthia Brincat is an excellent gynecologist and surgeon. She explained everything step-by-step and made sure I was very comfortable with my care. Her office staff is amazing, too! My pre-op nurse, Mary, did an excellent job explaining everything to my husband and me.  She wrote down timelines for him and explained what he was to expect while waiting, including recovery time. My second shift nurse, Carol, and my nursing assistant, Kara, checked in with me often and made sure that I remained pain free and explained each step of my post-op care. They anticipated all of my needs before I even had to ask!

    Many thanks to everyone who was involved with my care. I do not remember my post-op nurses’ names, but I do remember that they were excellent in the recovery room. Thank you all so much.

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