NYU Langone specialists, which include the team at the Center for Midlife Health and Menopause are dedicated to helping people improve their quality of life during perimenopause and menopause. Our doctors, nurses, and wellness experts offer integrative therapies, pelvic floor therapy, vulvar health resources, sexual health support, and psychological counseling.
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Your provider may recommend integrative therapies that can reduce stress and help you cope with the changes you are experiencing.
Experts at NYU Langone’s Integrative Health Services offer wellness programs designed to complement conventional health care. They include yoga, guided meditation, relaxation techniques, and massage therapy.
Physical therapists at Women’s Health Rehabilitation at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation can teach you exercises to realign the muscles of the pelvic floor. These exercises can help support the bladder and control the flow of urine to relieve symptoms of stress incontinence, a condition that can accompany perimenopause or menopause. Bladder retraining is available to manage urge incontinence.
Our experts provide evaluations of vulvar conditions, including vulvar atrophy, which can be a symptom of perimenopause or menopause. Other dermatological conditions that affect the vulva can be treated at the Center for Vulvar Health, which is part of NYU Langone Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates. Our providers can create treatment plans to help alleviate vulvar discomfort.
Our providers can refer you to sexual health counselors if you are experiencing loss of libido and other problems with arousal. Our providers can also offer consultations, during which they discuss the effects of perimenopause and menopause on your sexual activity.
At NYU Langone, our specialists understand that the physical changes of menopause can lead to anxiety and depression. Your provider may refer for psychological counseling, which can help you cope during perimenopause and menopause. In addition, cognitive behavioral therapy may help manage hot flashes and night sweats, as well as insomnia brought on by perimenopause and menopause.
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