Our Team

A greater awareness of the therapies now available for pelvic floor dysfunction has increased demand for specialized imaging of this region. Some of the techniques required are available at relatively few centers.

Our medical center Centre d’Imagerie Médicale Juras, is one of the best equipped in Paris, with a variety of diagnostic equipment at the cutting edge of technology. Over the years, this Center has developed its own technological park. Our objective, in building such an advanced technological park onsite, is to allow our radiologists to push further the medical investigations of our patients, without having to refer them elsewhere.

Half of our radiologists practice tests and procedures used to diagnose breast cancer including: breast exam, mammogram, breast ultrasound, removing breast cells for testing (biopsy) and the breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Some doctors in our Center (Jean Juras, Mathias Lipski, Stefan Octernaud, Marie Hélène Caraco, Hélène Berment), are more specialized in pelvic floor investigations including: dynamic cystoproctography, dynamic MR imaging of the pelvic floor, ultrasonography and urodynamics.

Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Fitness Instructors is a team of French experts working together in Paris to bring you the best and most advanced treatments for yourself, on a variety of conditions related to Pelvic Floor Disorders.

We always work closely with other health care providers in order to decide on the best course of action and plan a unique program tailored to your condition, your abilities and your goals.

Surgical intervention is required when conservative treatment has no result. In that case, if we refer you to a specialized surgeon, it does not necessarily mean you have a challenging case to treat! It simply means there is a specialized surgeon in urology, urogynecology and coloproctology who can better treat your

Our specialists speak fluent English.

Alain P. Bourcier, The Founder

Alain P. Bourcier is Consultant in Women’s Health Care with an expertise in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and for Women and Men. He is internationally recognized as a leading researcher and educator in the diagnosis and management of Pelvic Floor Disorders.
He has recently left his job as Director of Rehabilitation Services at the Centre d’Explorations et de Rééducation Périnéale which was part of the Clinique de Vinci, Paris. This private Bladder Control Center offered comprehensive evaluation and treatment with a variety of therapies as conservative management, medications, devices and minimally invasive surgery. Since 1980, he currently belongs to the department of urodynamics at Centre d’Imagerie Médicale Juras in Paris.

Aside from his educational background in Paris, he has extensive experience with different Hospitals and Universities in North America and in Europe. He was invited to visit research centers notably at: UCLA, Los Angeles; Stanford, Palo Alto; Presbyterian Columbia, New York; Saint’s George Hospital, London. I
In 1997, he was appointed at the Centre for Continence at the Division of Urology at Tenon University Hospital, Paris. In 2005, he worked as Visiting Professor at the Department of Urology at UCLA, Los Angeles. He was also Consultant at Centre de Physiothérapie, Clinique Générale Beaulieu, Geneva; the Rehabilitation Hospital at King Fahad Medical City, Riyadh; Al Wash Hospital, Dubai; Mater Dei Maternity Hospital, Bello Horizonte.

Alain P. Bourcier has developed an established reputation in state-of-the-art assessment and conservative treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, specifically after childbirth and is a respected leader in the field. He has written more than 100 scientific papers, chapters, and articles. He has played a major role in promoting Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation within the French population as well as other countries, such as Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Korea, Brazil, Morocco, Iran.

He was the first who introduced the classification of groups after delivery in taking into account the risk factors of pregnancy/childbirth and the desire to keep in shape in proposing three methods of training: Femina Gym®, MAB Program® and recently abPelvicGym®. He is also known and invited for lecturing on his research on the incidence of the link between pelvic floor dysfunction and women involved in sports.

He lived in Switzerland and have professional activities at regular basis in Paris and he is still a guest lecturer for a number of conferences in this field.

In 2016, he creates abWorkout® involved in the development of women wellness facilities and recently, he is part of the team of Urologie Paris Opéra, where he is in charge of the management of patients after urogynecology surgery.