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Vulvar Disorders – Treatment for Vaginal Pain 2017-03-17T15:55:15-05:00

Vulvar Disorders – Treatment for Vaginal Pain


At UAMS, the experts in treating vulvar disorders are ready to serve the needs of the women of Arkansas and the surrounding states. As a referral and treatment facility for complex vulvar problems, we have the equipment, technology and expertise to treat even the most complex vulvar disorders.

As part of the UAMS Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, our vulvar disorders services offer a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to addressing the individual needs of our patients. Our team approach was created to provide the best care possible to patients who are battling a vulvar condition that has proven to be unusual, resistant and chronic in nature.

Our multidisciplinary team includes the ANGELS Call Center (Antenatal and Neonatal Guidelines, Education and Learning System), staffed 24/7 with triage nurses for your after-hours concerns, and team members in several different areas including:

Additionally, UAMS offers the most comprehensive facility in Arkansas for the obstetrical and gynecological needs of women. Ensuring that you receive the latest treatments, all of our caring and compassionate doctors are on faculty at UAMS.

Learn more about the vulvar disorders we treat and Women’s Health Services at UAMS.

Patients who suffer with vaginal pain or pain during intercourse may be interested in the NVA (National Vulvodynia Association) Treatment Registry now also enrolling participants here in Arkansas, at UAMS.

For more information on this registry, please visit the NVA website or call 501-526-7425.

Vulvar Disorders Clinic Information

We are located in the University Women’s Health Center, conveniently located on the 7th floor of the Freeway Medical Tower, at University Avenue and Interstate 630. Free and convenient parking is available.

For more on the services provided and how to make an appointment, contact the University Women’s Health Center.