Elaine Kopinga has a truly novel approach to care, melding practices that have worked for women for centuries with modern, evidenced-based research.

Specializing in urogynecology, menopause, and postpartum care, Elaine has extensive experience working with women in all stages of life. As a nurse practitioner and certified nurse midwife, she has worked in large teaching hospitals and boutique practices serving both high and low-risk populations. During this time she completed hundreds of deliveries, giving her a deep understanding of the challenges facing women after childbirth. This drives Elaine’s ongoing focus on combining women’s health with aesthetic medicine. Caring for this diverse patient population has also made Elaine highly attuned to addressing the changing needs of women throughout their lives, particularly with regard to changes in pelvic floor conditions and overall vaginal health. Underlying Elaine’s diverse skill set is an unbridled passion for connecting with women through listening, teaching, and caring. She believes that true healing begins from the inside out and is honored to help women of all ages as they navigate their journey toward spiritual and physical wellness.
Elaine is the mother of five-year-old twins and a toddler who always finds extra time in her day to ensure her patients and their loved ones receive extraordinary care.



Doctor Karram is an internationally renowned urogynecologist and pelvic surgeon. He is the Honorary Editor-In-Chief of the “International Urogynecology Journal” and the consumer publication “Women’s Health Today.” He is co-founder and President of the Foundation for Female Health Awareness and past Chairman of the Board of the American Urogynecology Society Foundation, as well as past President of the American Urogynecology Society.

Dr. Karram has published more than 200 scientific articles and book chapters and has co-authored textbooks entitled “Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery” and “Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecologic Surgery” and is the series editor for the eight-book series entitled “Female Pelvic Surgery Video Atlas Series” (all published by Elsevier). Dr. Karram has directed numerous postgraduate teaching courses throughout the U.S. and abroad and has been invited to lecture and perform live surgery throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia.
Dr. Karram has twice received the honor of “Best Doctor” (April 2002 and May 2003) from Best Doctors, Inc.; and in 1997 “Good Housekeeping” magazine listed him as one of the “Best Doctors for Women.”