Neurourology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery (NPR)

The U-M Department of Urology’s Division of Neurourology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery (NPR) specializes in research and treatment of disorders related to bladder dysfunction — including urinary incontinence, urinary retention, and neurogenic bladder, urinary fistulas, vaginal mesh complications, pelvic organ prolapse, radiation complications, and interstitial cystitis.

The Division of NPR includes urologists, nurses, physician assistants, and clinical fellows — who work together closely with a team of physical therapists, pain specialists, urogynecologists, gastroenterologists, colorectal surgeons, and specialists in physical medicine and rehabilitation. 

As one of the nation’s largest teams devoted to improving the lives of people living with functional bladder disorders, we have extensive experience with complex reconstructive surgery, nonsurgical nerve stimulation techniques, BOTOX® treatment for bladder disorders, and videourodynamic evaluation of complex urinary disorders.

J. Quentin Clemens, MD

Edward J McGuire Professor of Urology
Director, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship, Urology
Associate Chair for Research, Urology

Anne Cameron, MD

Associate Professor, Urology
Medical Student Clerkship Director
Associate Chair for Quality, Urology
Service Chief, Urology

John Thomas Stoffel, MD

Associate Medical Director, Ambulatory Care UMHS
Professor, Urology
Chief, Division of Neurourology & Pelvic Reconstruction, Urology

Megan Schimpf, MD

Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Associate Professor, Urology