Who We Are

The Center combines specially-trained gynecologists, a clinical psychologist, and physical therapists working together to provide answers and solutions to couples of Kansas City.


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Kevin Ault, MD, FACOG

Dr. Ault graduated from Indiana University of College of Medicine and completed his residency from Ohio State University. He is a fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and of the Infectious Disease Society of America. He is one of the few physicians in the United States to hold both of these honors. He is interested in clinical research involving infectious diseases and women's health. His most recent research projects included HPV vaccine development and detection in pap smears.


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Danielle Staecker, MD, NCMP
Clinical Assistant Professor

Danielle Staecker received her medical training in New York City at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She was in private practice in Boston, Massachusetts and in Columbia, Maryland for 7 years before joining the University of Kansas Department of OB/GYN. Her focus at the clinic is treating medical disorders of the genital area, menopause issues and pelvic pain. She is a Certified Practioner of the North American Menopause Society. She helped create the Center for Pelvic Pain and Sexual Wellness so that a multidisciplinary team can work together to treat the Whole Person. Chronic conditions of the vulva, vagina and chronic pain can greatly impact mood, relationships, libido, musculoskeletal health and quality of life.

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Kimberly Swan, MD, FACOG
Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Swan graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. In addition to completing her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at Exempla Saint Joseph's Hospital in Denver, Colorado, she completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (accredited by the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists) in Orlando, Florida. She specializes in treating a wide range of complex gynecologic problems. She is proud to offer minimally invasive techniques to her patients, which helps shorten patient recovery time. She believes that patients deserve to be informed of all treatment options (surgical and non-surgical) and allowed to make informed decisions about their care.

Clinical Psychologist

Kimberly Vandegeest-wallace, PhD

Kimberly Vandegeest-Wallace, PhD
Assistant Professor

As an undergraduate, I graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with an emphasis in child development.  I continued my education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where I received my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, followed-up by my post-doctoral fellowship training at the University of Wyoming.

I have presented to both university students and community members on the issues of stress management, testing anxiety, date rape, conflict resolution, communication skills, sexual decision making, team building and diversity.  Special areas of interest include sexual disorders, sexual orientation (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual), gender identity and expression, women's issues, eating disorders, sexual abuse recovery, grief, relationship concerns, domestic violence, mood disorders and personality differences.  In addition, I have been involved with sexual harassment education and prevention.  Currently, I am working toward board certification as a sex therapist. I take a great deal of pleasure in my work.  I enjoy the motivation and intellect of the students and resident at KUMC.  I believe in the power of the human spirit to heal itself.  I work toward empowering folks to make the changes they see as necessary.  I see the therapist/client relationship as being a partnership in which the client takes the lead. In my free time, enjoy spending time with my husband, Mark, and my two sons, Rhett and Gabe.  I love to cook, garden, listen to live music, ride my bike and hang with friends.  I also dabble in photography and painting.  

Foundational Concept

 In Collaboration With: Foundational Concepts

Physical Therapists: Jennifer Cummings, MSPT, CLT and Sarah Domingues, MSPT, CLT

Physical Therapists, Jennifer Cumming, MSPT and Sarah Domingues, MSPT are trained to treat the pelvic floor muscles and structure of the pelvic girdle (bones, joints and ligaments) as well as connective tissue and musculate of the abdominal wall. As Physical Therapists trained in evaluating and treating the pelvic gridle, they work to address the cause of the symptoms and restore balance to those structures.

Last modified: Dec 27, 2016
Office Location

Overland Park Quivira Office
12000 West 110th St, Ste. 100
Overland Park, KS 66210

To schedule an appointment, please call 913-588-6200.