About the Practice

The Woman’s Center in the Phoenix-area community of Mesa, Arizona, is committed to restoring women’s independence, dignity, and quality of life. 

The Woman’s Center is a comprehensive center focusing solely on treating pelvic floor disorders in women. It is named the Woman’s Center instead of the Women’s Center because the specialists’ focus is on each individual woman. The Woman’s Center is composed of two specialized units: The Woman’s Center for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and The Woman’s Center for Advanced Pelvic Surgery. Ryan Stratford, MD, MBA, FACOG, and Kelly Kantartzis, MD, MS, FACOG, along with the dedicated providers and staff focus exclusively on treating female pelvic floor disorders to help women deal with disorders like vaginal and uterine prolapse, urine and stool leakage, and post-childbirth complications.

The entire team delivers comprehensive care to their patients. They understand that pelvic floor disorders rarely occur in isolation, especially when treating female pelvic conditions. This ensures the team actually eliminates the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. 

At their state-of-the-art facility, The Woman’s Center takes advantage of cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments, such as physical therapy, biofeedback, bladder and bowel retraining, tension-free vaginal tape (TVT), periurethral injections, percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation, cystoscopic Botox® injections, and more.

As reconstructive surgeons, Dr. Stratford and Dr. Kantartzis have several years of combined experience in treating female pelvic floor disorders. Because they’re trained in urology and gynecology, they’re able to provide highly specialized minimally invasive surgical treatments, like pessary management, electrical stimulation, and in-office neuromodulation.

The caring staff specializes in treating female pelvic floor disorders, so patients know they’re receiving the best care possible the moment they walk into The Woman’s Center. The team has the experience, skillset, and discretion every woman wants when visiting a pelvic floor disorder specialist. Call or book an appointment online today to learn more.



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The Woman’s Center

The Woman’s Center in the Phoenix-area community of Mesa, Arizona, is committed to restoring women’s independence, dignity, and quality of life. 

The Woman’s Center is a comprehensive center focusing solely on treating pelvic floor disorders in women. It is named the Woman’s Center instead of the Women’s Center because the specialists’ focus is on each individual woman. The Woman’s Center is composed of two specialized units: The Woman’s Center for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and The Woman’s Center for Advanced Pelvic Surgery. Ryan Stratford, MD, MBA, FACOG, and Kelly Kantartzis, MD, MS, FACOG, along with the dedicated providers and staff focus exclusively on treating female pelvic floor disorders to help women deal with disorders like vaginal and uterine prolapse, urine and stool leakage, and post-childbirth complications.

The entire team delivers comprehensive care to their patients. They understand that pelvic floor disorders rarely occur in isolation, especially when treating female pelvic conditions. This ensures the team actually eliminates the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. 

At their state-of-the-art facility, The Woman’s Center takes advantage of cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments, such as physical therapy, biofeedback, bladder and bowel retraining, tension-free vaginal tape (TVT), periurethral injections, percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation, cystoscopic Botox® injections, and more.

As reconstructive surgeons, Dr. Stratford and Dr. Kantartzis have several years of combined experience in treating female pelvic floor disorders. Because they’re trained in urology and gynecology, they’re able to provide highly specialized minimally invasive surgical treatments, like pessary management, electrical stimulation, and in-office neuromodulation.

The caring staff specializes in treating female pelvic floor disorders, so patients know they’re receiving the best care possible the moment they walk into The Woman’s Center. The team has the experience, skillset, and discretion every woman wants when visiting a pelvic floor disorder specialist. Call or book an appointment online today to learn more.




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We now offer PTNS treatments!

We now offer PTNS treatments!

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Patient Portal

We are pleased to provide patients with secure, 24/7 access to their health records through the OPM Patient Portal. Patients can safely and easily:

  • Update insurance/demographic information
  • View summary of chart notes
  • Refill requests
  • Answering questions about surgery
  • Access relevant health education materials

PORTAL

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Our Team

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  • Laura  Tena
    Laura Tena
    Office Manager
  • Natalie   Wilson
    Natalie Wilson
    Financial Assistant
  • Priscilla   Simpson
    Priscilla Simpson
    Surgery Scheduler
  • Mirlinda Dailyn  and Kirsi
    Mirlinda Dailyn and Kirsi
    Medical Assistants
  • Nancy Talena  and Olivia
    Nancy Talena and Olivia
    Customer Service Assistants

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy


Pelvic floor relief doesn't have to mean surgery. Improve the function of your pelvic floor muscles with physical therapy.

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Our Office

A Woman’s Guide for Urinary Incontinence


Of course, we’re a little biased when it comes to recommending a great doctor, but whether you end up choosing Dr. Ryan Stratford, another board-certified urogynecologist, or not to treat your leakage, we think the information in this guide will help you understand what’s happening with your body and give you some peace of mind. Check out our Ebook Today!

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Lichen Sclerosus

It’s likely that you have never heard of lichen sclerosus before. However, this skin condition is not uncommon. It is a chronic inflammatory skin disease that typically affects the genital region and can affect women of any age. Although it is more often f

Accidental Bowel Leakage: What You Need To Know

Accidental bowel leakage affects a significant part of the population  — 1 in 10 people at some time in their lives — and is much more common in women than in men. It’s a difficult topic that many are embarrassed to discuss, but it can affect women of all

5 Ways To Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

There’s one very important muscle that most gym trainers don’t mention: Your pelvic floor. Like any muscle group, your pelvic floor requires routine exercise to stay strong and function properly. And for women, the pelvic floor serves a pretty important fu

Location
The Woman’s Center
4344 E. Presidio Street
Mesa, AZ 85215
Phone: 480-448-2376
Fax: 480-834-5222
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480-448-2376