April 2016, Buffalo, NY – In the month of March, Dr. Tova Ablove led three seminars to promote pelvic health awareness, two as part of the UBMD Grand Round series and one community talk.

Tuesday, March 3, Innovation Center at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus – Sponsored by UBMD Internal Medicine, Dr. Ablove shared her expertise on “Risk factors, natural history and the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and evaluation.” An estimated 40 people were in attendance, with the seminar also transmitted for viewing at the Erie County Medical Center.

Wednesday, March 9, Alford Auditorium at Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Buffalo – Representing UBMD OBGYN, Dr. Ablove spoke on “Painful bladder syndrome and pelvic mesh and the associated complications.” Approximately 60 people were in attendance.

Wednesday, March 16, YMCA, 150 Tech Drive in Williamsville. Dr. Ablove spoke on “Urine Control and Your Health.” Dr. Ablove addressed problems of the pelvis, urine control, prolapse and an aging pelvic floor—common bladder conditions aligned with urine health. She discussed ways to improve bladder function with current treatments that are available. Nearly 50 people attended the lecture followed by an active Q&A session.

“I have enjoyed doing presentations through the UBMD Grand Round series and also in the community at the YMCA in Williamsville,” said Dr. Ablove. “My goal is to educate doctors and the community on the advanced treatments for pelvic health.”

Tova Ablove, MD is an associate professor at University at Buffalo. She is an experienced physician and researcher with UBMD Obstetrics-Gynecology and Buffalo Niagara Center for Pelvic Health, specializing in gynecology, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive pelvic surgery.