Central Florida UroGynecology

Marja Sprock, M.D.

About Dr. Sprock


Dr. Sprock is a Dutch native, who moved to the United States to do her OB/GYN residency training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Dr. Sprock continued her training in Urogynecology at Henry Ford Hospital, one of the major teaching hospitals in the United States, under Dr. David Richardson.

Spending more than a decade at Henry Ford, she also served as the assistant program director of the OB/GYN residency program for 5 years and as the director of the Urogynecology section. She has been honored with numerous awards during her career, from excellence in laparoscopic surgery to excellence in patient care.


Dr. Sprock is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist (FACOG) with fellowship training in urogynecology. Dr. Sprock is also one of the nation's first Board Certified FPMRS specialists: Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery


Dr. Sprock, with over twenty five years of experience as a physician, trained as an obstetrician-gynecologist at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, and always gravitated toward the gynecological side of the specialty. “I think a lot of people need help in that area,” she says. She completed her fellowship in urogynecology at Henry Ford Hospital and has practiced in the field for the past fifteen years. Central Florida UroGynecology is entirely dedicated to urogynecology and cosmetic gynecology.

Awards / Honors:

Recognized by Henry Ford Hospital for her commitment to excellence in women’s care and resident education.

Professional Membership / Affiliations:

As a member of the International UroGynecological Association (IUGA), Dr. Sprock has traveled the world; nationally she is a member of the American UroGynecologic Society (AUGS) and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL).

Greatest Personal Achievement:

Always striving for excellence and great relationships.

Greatest Professional Achievement:

Making personalized and caring urogynecologic and cosmetic services available to women. Many women suffer with urinary, fecal or vaginal prolapse problems. “They always think they’re the only one,” Dr. Sprock says. “I can make people feel a lot better. They look 10 years younger. They get their self-confidence back.” This makes the specialty particularly rewarding for her as a doctor.


Dr. Sprock has contributed to the development of several mesh and incontinence sling products as well as the development of new surgical procedures. In addition, she has taught numerous physicians the latest techniques and helped them improve their surgical skills and knowledge. She is now providing laser treatments for vaginal atrophy, vaginal tightening and urinary incontinence, as well being a training center for these treatments.

What Sets Her Apart:

Dr. Sprock is one of the few female urogynecologists in the country. She is down to earth and has a great sense of humor, which makes discussing sensitive problems a whole lot easier.