We treat urinary and fecal incontinence, overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, genitourinary fistulae and sexual dysfunction. We offer both surgical and non-surgical treatment options including pelvic floor therapy programs, intravesical Botox injections, sacral neuromodulation, tibial neuromoducation, urethral injections, and advanced minimally-invasive vaginal and robotic surgical procedures.
Our caring and expert surgeons are fellowship-trained and board certified in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery and committed to providing high-quality and comprehensive care to patients with pelvic floor disorders. We offer the most up-to date surgical and non-surgical treatment options to improve our patients quality of life.
Dr. Lefevre was very thorough in explaining to me my problem and what he would do.
Dr. Lefevre was informative, understanding & listened & explained very well.
Dr. Roger LeFevre is a fantastic person and wonderful specialist. I have been in pain for duration of 3 months and no doctor was able to come up with diagnosis. Dr. LeFevre was able.
Most major insurances accepted
Following BIDMC’s mission, we provide care to patients with diverse background and culture. We pride ourselves in taking the time to educate patients about their pelvic conditions. We offer the latest minimally invasive surgical options and help patients in deciding which modality is appropriate for them. Our staff is knowledgeable and supports patients throughout their journey with us.
The division of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery has grown tremendously since 2010. We have evolved to a team of 4 providers who offer a full complements of surgical and non-surgical options to patients with pelvic floor disorders. We are proud to be at the forefront of Urogynecology while offering the latest in-office technologies for women with incontinence and prolapse. Our team is dedicated to improve women’s pelvic health and their quality of life while focusing on minimally invasive options.
I have become accustomed but still appreciate receiving hugs from my patients. I am most proud of a patient in her mid-60’s whose quality of life was so dramatically improved by an in-office procedure that she proceeded to educate her daughter about urinary incontinence and accompanied her to a visit in our office.