I became an OBGYN because I really enjoy taking care of women in different phases of their life and health. During my residency, learning more about the impact of pelvic floor disorders on my patients' lives blossomed my love and interest in urogynecology. My patient care philosophy is centered on patient education and personalized treatment paths. In female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, I mainly deal with quality-of-life issues and education. Pelvic floor disorders are not just supposed to be accepted as part of aging is so important. I believe in a shared decision making with my patients in order to find the best treatment option for them. In my spare time, I enjoy cooking and spending time with family. Pelvic floor disorders can greatly impact women's quality of life. Issues such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary leakage at times lead to isolation, prevent individuals from exercise, or even enjoying a laugh with friends. I believe that acknowledging the effect these issues have on women's lives and treating them is very important. Just because we can have these issues as we have children or age as women, it does not mean we have to live with it.