Dr. Butrick & TUC
While in training at Barnes Hospital/Washington University Dr. Butrick developed a strong interest in caring for patients with prolapsed pelvic organs and incontinence. After returning to his hometown of Kansas City to start his practice, he was fortunate to be able to spend a portion of his first 4 years training with world renowned Urogynecologists and Urologists from around the country. His training not only involved the surgical and nonsurgical therapies for incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, but also the management of complex pelvic pain syndromes. In the mid-nineties, his reputation grew, as physicians around the metropolitan Kansas City area would refer their patients to him for his specialized care.
In 1998, he established The Urogynecology Center and multiple milestones in his career occurred.
Then in 2013, Dr. Butrick became Board Certified in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
- Moderator of "Round Table Discussion" on Overactive Bladder with several other thought leaders in management of female incontinence.
- Panel member of experts in the management of IC/PBS.
- Leader of the only Gynecare TVT/Sling training course in the United States in 2012.
- Peer review request of American Urological Association.
- He was one of ten physicians selected to go to Sweden and train with the developer of the "TVT" – the gold standard in the management of Stress Urinary Incontinence, and he has since been instrumental in training physicians across the country these techniques.
- He was one of four founding members of the International Pelvic Pain Society.
- He was one of the first Urogynecologists to perform sacral nerve stimulation.
- Dr. Butrick is past president of the International Pelvic Pain Society and the International Society of Pelvic Neuromodulation.
- Dr. Butrick is also a reviewer for multiple peer reviewed journals.
As his practice grew, he moved to a new facility in 2003 and established the first practice in Kansas City dedicated to the care of women with incontinence, pelvic pain, and pelvic organ prolapse. He continues to be at the cutting edge in advanced treatment of patients with these problems and continues to be the physician that seems to be able to fix the problems that others cannot.
Dr.Charles Butrick was asked to teach a course on neuromodulation (Interstim®) for bladder control and fecal control problems. This course was at the 2011 annual AAGL (American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopy) meeting in Fort Lauderdale, FL
- IC/BPS: anagement of the Pain Disorder
- Senior Editor for Entire Supplement for: Sacral Neuromodulation- International Urogynecology Journal - December 2010
- Patient Selection for Sacral Neuromodulation International Urogynecology Journal - December 2010
- Diagnosis and treatment of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome: a review – Journal of Women’s Health – June 2010
- The overlap of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome and overactive bladder – Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons – April 2010
- Do guns kill people or ….? The mesh dilemma – International Urogynecology Journal – Feb 2010
- Pathophysiology of Pelvic Hypertonic Disorders; Clinics of OB/GYN - Dec. 2009
- Identification and Management of Pathophysiology of Pelvic Floor Hypertonic Disorders; Clinics of OB/GYN - Dec. 2009
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes: Clinical, Urodynamics and Urothelial Observations; International Urogynecology Journal - September 2009
- Pelvic floor hypertonic disorders: identification and management – Obstetrics-Gynecology Clinic of North America – Sept 2009
- Chapters published Management of Pelvic Pain, Editor: Howard
- Voiding Dysfunction and Chronic Pelvic Syndromes
- Urethral Diverticula
- Bladder Cancer
- Pelvic Floor Tension Myalgia
- Patients with Chronic Pelvic Pain; Endometriosis or Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome? – Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons - April/June 2007
- Chronic Pelvic Pain: How Many Surgeries Are Enough? Clinic of OB/GYN - June 2007
- Multimodal Therapy for Painful Bladder Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis: The Journal of Reproductive Medicine - March 2006
- Interstitial Cystitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain: New Insights in Neuropathology diagnosis and treatment – Clinical Obstetrics/Gynecology – Dec. 2003
- The Neuropathology of Interstitial Cystitis in Chronic Pelvic: The Hidden Diagnosis, The Female Patient - May 2002, supplement
- Multiple book chapters and articles in non peer review journals.
With thirty years of surgical experience, these are my results:
- < 1% Conversion to open procedure
- < 1% Bowel Injury
- < 1% Bladder Injury
- < 1% Ureter Injury
- < 1% Blood Transfusion
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