Prenatal Care: Prenatal care is receiving health care attention while you are pregnant. It is important for women to be educated through the multiple stages of their pregnancy, and to be well informed of their health, and the health of their baby.
MonaLisa Touch™ is a leading-edge vaginal rejuvenation technique. This procedure helps women who are experiencing vaginal atrophy from menopause and breast cancer treatment. Treated symptoms include poor vaginal lubrication, vular itching, vaginal dryness, urination problems and painful sex.
Pap Smear: A pap smear is a very simple way of identifying cell abnormalities that can cause future cervical complications. I recommend that my patients, and all women, receive a pap smear once annually to ensure their health and to prevent future health related issues. Although an Abnormal Papsmear may signify changes to the cells, that does not always mean a diagnosis of cancer. Women who have regular pap smears will almost always catch precancerous cells early enough to prevent cancer.
Female Incontinence:Urinary Incontinence refers to uncontrolled loss of urine, most commonly, resulting in wetting accidents, or involuntary leakage. Female incontinence is classified into two categories: stress incontinence and vaginal prolapse.
Mammograms: A mammogram is used to study the tissues of the breast and to detect any signs of breast cancer, using an X-ray. It is recommended that all women receive a mammogram to evaluate their breast health. I provide complete mammography care for my patients.
Sonograms: In order to provide the highest quality obstetrics and gynecology services available, we offer a wide variety of sonogram options, based on what is best for you. We offer transvaginal scans, Doppler ultrasounds, 3-D ultrasounds, 4-D ultrasound and fetal echocardiography, standard and advanced ultrasounds.
Sexual Dysfunction: Female sexual dysfunction disorders are generally classified into four generic categories: sexual desire disorders, orgasm disorders, sexual pain during intercourse, and arousal difficulty. Sexual dysfunction can occur due to physical or psychological factors, or in some cases both.
Pelvic Pain: Pelvic Pain in the lowest part of a woman’s abdomen and pelvis may be caused by the reproductive or urinary systems or from musculoskeletal sources. Uterine fibroids, a frequent cause of pelvic pain are non-cancerous growths that usually take root in the muscular wall of the uterus. In most cases uterine fibroids are not detrimental to a woman’s health and are not usually associated with an elevated cervical cancer risk.
Urinary Tract Infection: Urinary tract infection symptoms may include experiencing burning or discomfort while urinating, nausea, vomiting, fever and kidney pain.
Ovarian Cysts: It is very common for a woman to develop a ovarian cyst sometime in her lifetime. The majority of ovarian cysts present no harm, are not painful and are, for the most part, harmless.
Endometriosis:Endometriosis symptoms may vary by case, however symptoms may include any of the following: lower back pain, irregular or heavy menstruation, pain in the abdomen and blood in the urine. Endometriosis treatment proves most successful with surgery.
Endometrial Ablation:Endometrial Ablation is an outpatient procedure that can eliminate bleeding during a woman’s period. It is an alternative to hysterecomy.
Prolapse/Pelvic Support:Pelvic Prolapse occurs when tissue, muscle mass and ligaments weaken over time and repositions the bladder, vagina, uterus or rectum.
Urogynecology: With women’s health care as my top priority, I specialize in pelvic floor dysfunctions, such as overactive bladder disorders, urinary and bowel difficulties, pelvic prolapse and pelvic and bladder discomfort.