Obstetrics And Gynecology (Coming Soon)
From annual well visits to minimally invasive surgery, our practice covers it all. For your preventive visit, we provide annual PAP smears, to referrals for mammograms, bone density and colonoscopy. We even provide cancer gene testing and set you up with a genetic counselor as needed. Our doctor is highly skilled in all major gynecological surgery as well as minimally invasive approaches using laparascopy and hysteroscopy to achieve the end result of such procedures as myomectomy, hysterectomy, polypectomy, ovarian cysts, endometrial ablation, and stress urinary incontinence.
Management and treatment of menopausal symptoms depends on each individual woman. Healthy living, natural and complementary therapies including herbs and phytoestrogens may assist with menopause symptoms. Treatment with bio-identical hormones is also available.
We have many contraceptive options available to women at the center. Whether you decide to go on birth control pills, the patch, the ring, a IUD insertion, the shot (Depo-Provera) or sterilization (ESSURE), your provider will discuss the benefits and risks of each of the birth control methods.
Many young women have special needs and concerns about changes in their bodies. We specialize in adolescent gynecology and provide the kind of one-on-one care young women want in an atmosphere that allows them to feel comfortable talking about their health.
Having a baby should be an easy, uncomplicated, and joyous time but for those experiencing infertility the results can be something altogether different. Infertility affects couples as individuals and as partners in a marriage. It is a life crisis that can lead to feelings of loss, frustration, anger and even depression. The most effective way for couples to cope with these natural and normal feelings is to become educated about infertility, investigate thoroughly, and then to make a fully informed decision about their fertility care.
Receiving abnormal Pap test results can be nerve wracking for anyone. Your doctor may recommend colposcopy to closely examine your cervix, vagina and vulva for signs of disease.
Lots of women -- regardless of age -- are secretly dealing with incontinence. More than 13 million Americans have incontinence, and women are twice as likely to have it as men, according the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Speak with our compassionate doctors to discuss your options.
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