Our practice provides comprehensive women's healthcare. We offer our female patients a single, trusted source for their medical needs. Below are just some of the areas of expertise and services that we offer.
It is our mission to help you make informed decisions about what form of contraceptives are best for your body and overall health.
Every woman should schedule an exam with her gynecologist annually. A annual well-woman exam is the best defense against future problem.
We are dedicated to helping our patients understand the benefits of good health before pregnancy for both maternal and prenatal health.
We offer evaluations for women suffering from mood disorders, with a special emphasis on the treatment of hormonally-triggered premenstrual, postpartum and perimenopausal mood disorders.
We understand the medical and emotional implications and are experienced in helping our patients manage menopause.
Pap smears are a test carried out on a sample of cells from the cervix to check for abnormalities that may be indicative of cervical cancer. Not every abnormal result must be cause to alarm, but needs to be investigated.
With endometriosis, tissue that normally lines the uterus grows elsewhere in the body. It’s most commonly found in the abdomen, but in rare cases, endometrial cells are found in organs far from the pelvis.
Our fertility services include: diagnostic ultrasounds, laparoscopy, tubal patency evaluation, ovulation induction, semen analysis, artificial insemination, and one-step IVF referral. Together, we will evaluate your situation and find the right fertility treatment option for your family.
Uterine fibroids are frequently found during a routine pelvic exam. In many cases, they don’t pose an immediate threat, but require medical evaluation to make sure they are not associated with a more serious condition.
An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms in or on one of your ovaries. Ovarian cysts are common during ovulation — the release of an egg each month. Cysts are typically harmless, without symptoms, and usually resolve on their own. In certain situations, they must be removed.