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Marja Sprock
M.D. | Central Florida UroGynecology

Care by Women for Women

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Maria Sprock M.D.

Dr. Sprock | Marja Sprock MD

Dr. Sprock has dedicated over 25 years to her medical career, starting her journey as an OB-GYN at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. There, she discovered her passion for the gynecological aspects of the specialty. Emphasizing the significance of this field, she remarked, "I think many people need help in that area." Eager to deepen her knowledge, Dr. Sprock pursued further training in urogynecology at the same hospital. For the past 15 years, she has focused her practice on this specialized field.

Dr. Sprock is with Central Florida UroGynecology, a premier center for urogynecology in Florida. We are dedicated to urogynecology and cosmetic gynecology, aiming to address specific women's health concerns with precision and care. Dr. Sprock can offer the support and treatment you need if you're searching for board-certified urogynecology care in Orlando, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Viera, Rockledge, or Titusville.

Common Conditions Treated by Urogynecology

Urinary Incontinence.

Many Americans find leaking urine to be a source of embarrassment, yet urinary incontinence affects approximately 13 million people in the country for various reasons. Factors such as age, stress, and infections can significantly impact the strength of your urinary sphincter, leading to challenges in bladder control.

Urge Incontinence

Reflex incontinence, a type of incontinence stemming from an overactive or unstable bladder, leads to sudden and intense urges to urinate. These urges can occur unexpectedly, often giving you only a brief moment to find a restroom before involuntary urination occurs. You might find these urges intensify when changing positions, hearing water, or during intimate moments. Urge incontinence is commonly linked to cystitis, an inflammation of the bladder lining due to bacteria, but can also arise from central nervous system disorders such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis

Pelvic Organ Prolapse.

If you're experiencing a sensation as if you're sitting on a ball, pain in your lower belly or pelvic area, discomfort during intimate moments, the need to urinate often, or notice tissue protruding from your vagina, you might be dealing with a condition known as prolapse. This happens when weak muscles and ligaments, which usually keep your pelvic organs in place, become strained due to factors like aging, lifting heavy objects, obesity, pregnancy, childbirth, a chronic cough, or chronic constipation, leading these organs to bulge into your vagina. Fortunately, prolapse can be addressed through various surgical and non-surgical treatments, providing relief and improving your quality of life.

Stress incontinence.

Experiencing a urine leak during moments when your bladder is under pressure is a common issue. Activities like coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising, or lifting can trigger these leaks. The underlying cause is often weakened pelvic floor muscles, which can result from a variety of factors including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, undergoing a hysterectomy or other types of surgical procedures, as well as aging or obesity. Strengthening these muscles is key to reducing the incidents of leakage.

Fecal incontinence.

Losing control over bowel movements can deeply affect your self-esteem, impacting the joy in social gatherings with family and friends, as well as your engagement in favorite hobbies. If you experience unexpected leakage of fecal matter, whether it's a minor amount or a complete loss of control, it might be due to several reasons such as diarrhea, chronic constipation, weakened muscles, or nerve damage. The control of your bowel is governed by muscular rings at the rectum's end, with nerves that signal the need to use the bathroom and help manage the anal sphincter. Factors like aging, childbirth, spinal cord injuries, strokes, or consistent straining during bowel movements can lead to damage of these muscles and nerves, challenging your ability to maintain control.



Bladder Pain Syndrome, also known as interstitial cystitis, leads to discomfort and pain in the bladder and the surrounding pelvic area, coupled with an urgent and frequent need to urinate. The discomfort often intensifies as the bladder fills with urine or during the process of emptying, as well as during menstrual periods or sexual activity. While the exact cause of Bladder Pain Syndrome remains unclear, there are effective treatments available that can alleviate symptoms. These include medications, electrical nerve stimulation, and other non-surgical methods. For those who have not found relief from these approaches, surgery may be considered as a further option.

Surgical Mesh Complications.

Medical-grade mesh is often utilized to mend weakened tissues responsible for pelvic organ prolapse. By reinforcing the vaginal wall and supporting the urethra, surgical mesh plays a crucial role in preventing urine leakage. However, complications such as pain, infection, bleeding, urinary issues, and difficulties during sexual activities can sometimes arise. Our team specializes in correcting these complications, enabling you to resume your active lifestyle without discomfort.

Hormonal Replacement

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a key part of care in urogynecology for women going through menopause or who have had their ovaries removed. It helps ease symptoms by adding estrogen and sometimes progesterone to the body. HRT can make life better by reducing hot flashes, stopping bone loss, and helping with vaginal dryness and the urge to urinate often. Each treatment is customized to fit the patient's health and needs, making sure it's safe and effective.

Cosmetic Offerings - Pelvic Floor Enhancement and Clitoral Revitalization.

Elevate your intimate well-being with specialized treatments aimed at enhancing pelvic floor muscles and clitoral sensitivity, separate from our cosmetic offerings located at a different site. Our expertly designed programs focus on improving Ladies' G-Spot sensitivity, clitoral orgasms, reducing urinary incontinence, and strengthening pelvic floor muscles. Discover a renewed sense of confidence and sexual satisfaction through our targeted therapies, crafted to rejuvenate your intimate health and vitality.

What is urogynecology?

Why where you referred to a urogynecologist

Urogynecology is a field that blends urology and gynecology, focusing on the female reproductive and urinary systems, also known as the pelvic floor.

Over half of women over the age of 55 experience pelvic floor disorder symptoms.

Suppose you have symptoms like an overactive bladder, urine leakage, frequent or painful urinary tract infections, or feel pain, pressure, or a bulge in your vagina. In that case, your doctor might suggest seeing a urogynecologist.

Pelvic floor disorders are medical issues, not something to feel ashamed of. We're here to provide the care you need.


Our Team

Meet Our Team

At Central Florida UroGynecology, Dr. Sprock and our staff specialize in female pelvic medicine. We are deeply committed to offering compassionate care for women dealing with urinary, fecal, or gynecologic challenges, including a broad spectrum of pelvic floor disorders. Our team of experts is highly trained in diagnosing and providing treatment options that aim to improve your quality of life significantly. We offer a wide array of services tailored to address urinary urgency, frequency, incontinence, fecal incontinence, and all types of vaginal prolapse. Our mission is to deliver the highest standard of care in a warm and welcoming environment, ensuring you receive the support you need to regain your optimal health and well-being. Let us help you get back to feeling your best, with a focus on female pelvic medicine and care for pelvic floor disorders.

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