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Bladder Health

Stop Urinary Incontinence with Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Stimulation Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation as a cure for urinary incontinence is not new. It has been used for a number of years in the United States and other countries. 75-80% of our patients will see significant improvement or a cure with this therapy program. Patients with the...

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Infertility

When it comes to infertility, we deliver! What’s the cause of infertility? Who is at fault? The man? The woman? The timing? We’ll find out! With many years of experience in helping couples start the families they’ve always dreamed of, we are completely dedicated to finding the cause of each family’s infertility. We will design...

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Contraception

Contraception, or birth control, is any method used to prevent pregnancy. By having intercourse without birth control, there is a great chance of pregnancy at any age. There are many ways to avoid an unplanned pregnancy. Consulting our gynecologist is the first step in choosing the best option. Click here to learn more about contraception...

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Family Planning

Planning to start a family is one of the most exciting steps in life; however, there is a lot of planning to be done in order to make it a safe and successful journey. Our doctors are experienced obstetricians and our office delivers more than 60 babies per month. We will be happy to provide...

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Menopausal Gynecology

“Our philosophy is that menopause is a natural state and management starts with the basics in natural health.” Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when her period stops. It is a normal part of aging. Many women believe menopause happens overnight, but there are stages of menopause that can start as early as...

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Colposcopy, Cryotherapy, Cone Biopsy And Leep

COLPOSCOPY A colposcopy is a procedure that allows a physician to examine a woman’s cervix and vagina using a special microscope called a colposcope. A colposcopy is usually done when a Pap smear result shows abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix. Colposcopy provides more information about the abnormal cells and tissue. A colposcopy...

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Pelvic Sonography

Ultrasound imaging, also called ultrasound scanning or sonography, involves exposing part of the body to high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. Ultrasound exams do not use ionizing radiation (as used in x-rays). Because ultrasound images are captured in real-time, they can show the structure and movement of the body’s...

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What is a PAP smear?

It is important for all women to have Pap smears, along with pelvic exams, as part of their routine health care. Women who are 21 or older need a Pap smear. Women who have gone through menopause (when a woman’s period stop) still need regular Pap smears. Women ages 65 and older can talk to...

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Well Women Exams

A Well Women Exam is a preventive annual gynecological and breast exam. Well Women Exams are extremely important in preventive care and early detection of diseases. A Well Women Exam includes: Physical Pelvic Exam During a pelvic exam, the vagina and labia are inspected for lesions and discharges. A speculum is placed in the vagina...

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General GYN Care

“An annual visit with an OB/GYN builds a foundation of health and wellness for women and helps battle a wide range of health concerns.” These concerns affect all women, so it is important to make regular visits to the gynecologist no matter what your age.  Furthermore, issues such as: Vaginal irritation Any type of pelvic...

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