Bladder Botox

I had seen no fewer than 5 different doctors and had gone through 2 painful surgeries and more than 5 different medications but was still leaking urine to the point I was starting to dread leaving the house.  When Dr. Butrick suggested Botox I was fearful that it would not work or that I might […]


I have always enjoyed long-distance running and felt it was the best way for me to stay in shape.  After my third child the problems with leakage has only gotten worse.  I have been training for a half marathon and was ready to give up until Dr. Butrick suggested a simple nonsurgical approach that would […]

“You are that good”

OMG – I would like to thank you for giving me back my life. For years I have dealt with chronic pelvic pain and have gone to countless doctors. None of which were able to help me or even understand what I was going through. You sat down with me and explained all the problems […]

“The hospital staff was great!”

I couldn’t exercise, cough or even laugh without losing urine. How embarrassing! I had heard from my co-workers that Dr. Butrick was the expert to see in Kansas City. They were right! I was anxious about the tests, but he explained why they are so important. His staff was very reassuring about everything! The tests […]

“Thank you so much!!”

Dr. Butrick said my small stroke was why I leaked so much urine. I was in diapers and could not leave my house. I was devastated – house bound at 72 years old. Dr. Butrick explained why I was leaking urine – no one else had cared or understood the connection to talk about the […]

“Dr. Butrick and his staff were great!”

Dr. Butrick and his staff were great! I had had two surgeries for my fallen bladder and leakage by a different physician – they didn’t work. Another doctor had said surgery does not work. I am glad I heard about Dr. Butrick. He carefully evaluated my problems, and then he offered several options. I was […]

“Who knew that a simple paste could change a person’s life?”

Who knew that a simple paste could change a person’s life? My mother is currently in a nursing home because she needs additional daily attention. I have wanted to take her out to eat or shopping, but she was so limited in what she could do. She always needed to be close to the bathroom. […]

“I knew I had made the right decision”

Surgery went great! I was worried, but when I heard three nurses at the hospital (pre-o and admitting area) talk about how great Dr. Butrick was, I knew I had made the right decision. Very little pain and no leakage!

“Dr. Butrick and his staff have given my life back to me”

I have seen as least eight doctors for my pain. It affected every part of my life. I couldn’t exercise, go to work, have sex or even pass stool without severe pain. No one I had seen had been able to help me. After multiple exploratory laparoscopies and even a hysterectomy – that I did […]

Our mission at the Urogynecology Center is to provide the highest level of care possible for women with incontinence, pelvic pain and/or pelvic organ prolapse. We provide this care in an individualized and highly compassionate manner, always keeping the needs of the patient in the forefront.

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Seminar – November 2019

Dr. Butrick is holding a free seminar on urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, bladder infections, & pelvic pain disorders. The talk will include a new cold laser therapy called Sola Therapy which is a break through in the management of chronic pelvic pain. The seminar will be held at 12200 W. 106th St., ... read more

Master Surgeon – 2019

Dr. Butrick became an accredited Master Surgeon in Minimally Invasive Surgery. This accreditation demonstrates Dr. Butrick's  commitment and ability as a surgeon to consistently deliver the highest level of care possible and signifies that Dr. Butrick is among the best in his specialty.

Axionics – 2019

Dr. Butrick attended a meeting to provide input on a new device for sacral nerve stimulation from Axionics. This new device greatly reduces the size of a neuromodulation device battery to the approximate size of a quarter.