Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is a new subspecialty within OB/GYN, also called urogynecology. Dr. Mosbrucker is board certified in FPMRS, and offers state of the art treatments for urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse, bowel incontinence, and much more. Check out our articles section to read more about these issues and our recommended treatment options.
Dr. Cindy Mosbrucker
Dr. Cindy Mosbrucker is a nationally recognized expert in excision of endometriosis. She trained with Dr. David Redwine, widely considered a pioneer of endometriosis surgery. She believes strongly in a collaborative approach to patient care, and as such has put together an informal multidisciplinary consortium of professionals who all contribute expertise in their respective specialties in order to give our patients the absolute best treatment of pelvic pain. She is also board certified in the new sub-specialty of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS), also known as urogynecology. Dr. Mosbrucker is one of the only endometriosis excision specialists who is also a FPMRS, giving her a unique understanding of how pelvic pain affects the pelvic floor as well as bowel and bladder function.
Announcing Our New Addition
Pacific Endometriosis welcomes its newest member, Dr. Trista Newville, a rising star in the field of pelvic surgery. Dr. Newville received a Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry from Wichita State University before attending medical school at Rocky Vista University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. In the Army Dr. Newville trained at Madigan Army Medical Center as an OB/GYN. After leaving the Army she completed her residency training at Mercer University and The Medical Center in Macon, Georgia. After graduating she was nationally recognized for her work in minimally invasive surgery and also received the Mercer University Resident Research Award for her research work. Dr. Newville believes in a holistic approach to caring for her patients and will work alongside Dr. Mosbrucker to build healthy and collaborative-physician partnerships.