What We Do
At Phase II Women's Center, we believe wholeheartedly that keeping you a healthy and whole individual will keep you happy. We've ensured that you're surrounded by an expert staff and state-of-the-art facilities to meet your changing needs.
Phase II Women's Center was created as a special place to meet the unique needs of women after they've finished with childbearing. Life is just beginning for you! We want to make sure you're prepared for it - inside and out.
Whatever the condition, Phase II Women's Center offers the compassion and the medical expertise you seek. With years of medical experience, we've learned that caring is as important as precise clinical diagnosis. You'll find we're not just "women's doctors." We're women with families who share many of the things you experience as your body goes through its transitions.
Phase II Women's Center contains the expertise and is fully equipped to meet all of your gynecological needs.
This includes everything from your annual exam/Pap smears to the evaluation of PMS, or birth control options.
Phase II Women's Center offers the latest surgical and nonsurgical solutions to regaining control of your bladder.
With our up-to-date technology we can diagnose the cause of incontinence and help create a personalize treatment plan which may include medications, physical therapy, or surgery.
One treatment option is an innovative surgical procedure which corrects bladder control and has a quick recovery time of less than a week.
As women approach this second phase of your life, Phase II Women's Center can help educate you on the many options available to get the most out of this time in your life.
From creating diet plans to customized exercise regimens and from herbal/botanical remedies to incorporating hormone treatments.
Many of our patients have found the transition to be a smooth one with our recommended programs.
With experienced, board-certified pelvic surgeons, Phase II Women's Center provides both surgical and nonsurgical alternatives to correct conditions such as pelvic pain, abnormal uterine bleeding, and pelvic prolapse (poor support of pelvic organs).