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Doylestown Health Now Offering Urogynecologic and Pelvic Reconstructive Services

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Categories: Women's Health
Soriano Alex MD | Doylestown Health
Soriano Alex MD | Doylestown Health

Doylestown Health is pleased to welcome fellowship-trained urogynecologist and female pelvic reconstructive surgeon Alex J. Soriano, MD to the medical team. With the addition of Dr. Soriano, Doylestown Health continues to bring specialized services to patients.

Dr. Soriano provides individualized, evidence-based care for patients living with pelvic floor disorders. He specializes in minimally invasive procedures that address prolapse, urinary incontinence and complex gynecologic conditions.

Dr. Soriano will collaborate with referring physicians and Doylestown Health Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center experts in pelvic floor therapy.


  • Robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgery for urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders
  • Pelvic reconstructive surgery
  • Treatment of urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Treatment of complex gynecologic and urologic disorders affecting the pelvic floor
  • Postpartum recovery care program

Dr. Soriano is part of the Doylestown Health Pelvic Health Program that includes Heather Gottlieb, DO, an experienced, fellowship-trained urologist specializing in female bladder health. She is an expert in female voiding dysfunction, interstitial cystitis and neurogenic bladder conditions.

Dr. Soriano practices at office locations in Doylestown, Warminster and Wrightstown.

About the Doylestown Health Pelvic Health Program

Doylestown Health’s Pelvic Health Program treats pelvic floor dysfunction in men and women through urology and rehabilitation services. The pelvic health specialists work with patients to ensure the best possible functioning and management of the bladder, bowel and reproductive organs.

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