• 1520 Citrus Medical Court, FL 34761

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Thomas Toussaint
10+

Year Experience

Entrust Your Health To An Expert!

Our founder and medical director, Dr. Thomas Toussaint MD, is an OBGYN with a fellowship in Minimally Invasive and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery Specialist in Orlando, FL area. He graduated with honors in 1998. Having more than 24 years of diverse experience, especially in OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY and WOMEN HEALTH. He is very passionate about helping women of different ages, especially after menopause. Dr. Thomas Toussaint is affiliated with Advent Health and Orlando Health, he cooperates with other doctors of many specialties.
As a licensed practitioner, he has built a arge customer base due to his care for patients, creativity, and ability to connect with others. His knowledge and passion have helped create the foundation for this business.

Gynecological Care

Total Women Wellness Center’s mission is to deliver safe, cost-effective, competent care to the community and patients we serve. Our practice is designed with the goal to deliver an exceptional high standard of health services.

Obstetrical Care

When it comes to women’s health, in both complex and general issues, Total Women Wellness Center delivers the best. Our doctors have the specific training and specialized experience to perform complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

Annual Breast & Pelvic Exam

An annual exam is another opportunity to screen and discuss new health problems or concerns. The general health checkup usually includes a breast exam and Pap Smear. Make an appointment for an annual Annual Breast & Pelvic Exam.

Leaky bladde

Leaky bladder occurs when you lose bladder control and accidentally leak urine. The muscle get weak over time. Factors that contribute to urinary incontinence include:

  • Pregnancy: hormone changes and pressure from the weight of the baby
  • Childbirth: vaginal delivery can affect muscles and nerves
  • Pelvic organ prolapse: pelvic floor muscles that help control the bladder weaken
  • Menopause: estrogen loss deteriorates bladder lining
  • Age-related changes: bladder muscles weaken and bladder contraction increases
  • Obstruction: stones or tumors in the urinary tract cause overflow incontinence