At the Women’s Wellness Institute we provide preventive and primary gynecological care as well as  comprehensive medical and outpatient surgical care to women with diseases of the reproductive system.

Medical and outpatient surgical methods are available to treat all gynecologic conditions including urinary incontinence, management of pelvic support, and gynecologic cancer services to females with diseases of the reproductive system. In combination with our counseling programs, when required, we provide special attention to the psychological and social needs of women with these conditions.

            Our confidential and specialized services are provided by a Diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology determined to support our patient’s efforts to create and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

             At the time of your initial scheduled visit we will establish a conversation with you in order to assess the issues that are pertinent to your overall well being.

            Then we will perform an examination which will include a pelvic exam to evaluate the size and position of the vagina, cervix, uterus and ovaries. This procedure helps detect certain cancers in their early stages, infections, or other reproductive system problems. 

            In addition, a soft brush may be used to take a sample of cells from the cervix. This is called a Pap test (or Pap smear). The purpose of  the Pap test is to look for signs of cervical cancer or pre-cancer .  A cotton swab can also be used to test for sexually transmitted infections.

We will also examine for breast disease, assess pelvic pain management, discuss  management of fibroids or endometriosis and any other issue in regards to your health.

Our minimally invasive in-office procedures include ultrasounds, colposcopies, birth control, LEEPs, endometrial biopsies, cone biopsies, dilation & curettage, among others.


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