"It's an absolute PRIVILEGE to join another person in their journey into wholeness. whether it is restoring women's health through exercise, medicines, surgery (if necessary) or new ways of thinking about their health - guiding and helping others is very rewarding and has always appealed to me.
I began my journey into the world of female urology when i wrote a paper on pelvic organ prolapse during my third year of medical school. Our bodies change over time and evolve through puberty to menopause but we can limit the often startling changes with knowledge and good choices.
I want every woman who suffers from urologic ailments to know there are options and ways to tangibly improve their day to day lives which leads to an enriching quality of life."
- Dr. Grace Biggs
Dr. Biggs is currently practicing as Director of Pelvic Health, Female Urology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery at Griffin Faculty Physicians.