Women's Health

Our primary care office serves as a central hub for women’s health by offering preventive care, reproductive health services, gynecological care, pregnancy care, and support for various health concerns, ultimately striving to optimize the health and well-being of female patients throughout their lives.

Gynecologist talking with young female patient during medical consultation in modern clinic. Patient with a gynecologist during the consultation in the gynecological office

1. Preventive Care and Screening: Primary care providers focus on preventive care measures to promote early detection and prevention of common health conditions affecting women. This includes regular health screenings such as Pap smears for cervical cancer, mammograms for breast cancer, blood pressure checks, cholesterol tests, and screenings for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

2. Reproductive Health: Primary care providers offer reproductive health services to women, including contraception counseling, family planning, preconception counseling, and prenatal care. They also address issues related to menstruation, menopause, and fertility, providing education, support, and management options.

3. Gynecological Care: Primary care providers perform routine gynecological exams, including pelvic exams and breast exams, to assess reproductive health and screen for abnormalities or signs of disease. They address common gynecological concerns such as menstrual disorders, vaginal infections, pelvic pain, and urinary tract infections.

4. Pregnancy Care: Primary care providers offer prenatal care to pregnant women, monitoring maternal and fetal health throughout pregnancy, providing prenatal screenings and tests, and offering guidance on prenatal nutrition, exercise, and childbirth preparation. They may also collaborate with obstetricians or midwives for more specialized care as needed.

5. Menstrual Health: Primary care providers address menstrual health concerns in women, including irregular periods, heavy bleeding, painful periods, and menstrual disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or endometriosis. They offer evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment options to manage these conditions and improve quality of life.

6. Breast Health: Primary care providers play a role in breast health by performing clinical breast exams, providing breast cancer screenings (e.g., mammograms), and offering education on breast self-exams and breast cancer risk reduction strategies. They also address breast health concerns such as breast pain, lumps, or nipple discharge.

7. Sexual Health and Wellness: Primary care providers address sexual health concerns in women, including sexual dysfunction, contraceptive counseling, STI prevention and treatment, and sexual education. They offer evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment options, as well as referrals to specialists when needed.

Age genetics: individual health must be considered in each individual, but gender also matters. You deserve a health maintenance plan that changes with your maturation, exercise and life experience. Teenage years and college years have a unique pattern and health needs. Working women, young mothers (many who are also working women) not only worry about their own health, but are genuinely concerned about staying healthy for a family that needs them.

Pre menopause through menopause and post menopause are all phases that affect one’s body and health and must be addressed to be treated and medically supervised carefully. New medical ideas, tests, treatments and medications are bringing a better focus to all phases of women’s health and well being.

We want to help you achieve a balance of optimum health, mental fitness and beauty. We understand the medical knowledge and technologies available as well as coordinate with other top health care experts when their medical expertise is needed

Women today want to take advantage of a youthful, radiant, natural appearance. Our aesthetics program is unparalleled because of our blend of medical and aesthetics expertise to promote a fresh look and a healthful state of being.