Gynecology

All women should see their gynecologist yearly for an annual exam.  According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, it is recommended that an annual breast and abdominal exam begin during the teenage years and routine pelvic exams begin at the age of 21.

Pelvic exams are done to identify problems with a woman’s reproductive tract.  They include a PAP smear, which is a screening tool for pre-cancerous and cancerous cells of the cervix.  It is critical that women participate in their own preventative healthcare maintenance and come for their yearly exams.  Some diseases and cancers cannot be prevented, but early detection is key.

Services offered:

1.  Routine and yearly examinations
2.  Pap smears and cervical cancer screening
3.  Contraception and family planning:

4.  Adolescent and pediatric gynecology
5.  Abnormal vaginal bleeding
6.  Endometrial Ablation
7.  Fibroids
8.  Abnormal Pap Smears
9.  Ovarian Cysts
10. Premenstrual Syndrome management
11.   Endometriosis
12.  Pelvic Pain
13.  Infertility Evaluation and treatment
14.  Incontinence
15.  Endometriosis
16.  Menopause management
17.  Osteoporosis and Osteopenia diagnosis and treatment
18.  Pelvic Prolapse
19.  Pessary Fitting

Gynecologic Surgery
1.  Hysterectomy
2.  Ovarian Cystectomy
3.  Myomectomy
4.  Minimally Invasive Surgery
In Office Procedures
1.  Colposcopy
2.  Cryosurgery
3.  Sonohysterogram
4.  Endometrial Biopsy