If You're Pregnant, Or Just Thinking About It
Our qualified obstetricians and care team are here to provide you and your child with the best care possible before, during and after pregnancy.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
When you’re pregnant, you experience a whole gamut of emotions: excitement, fear, anxiety, the list goes on and on. It’s often a very confusing and stressful time for a woman. That’s why you need an ally on your side to help you through it. You need an experienced, professional OBGYN.
ObstetriciansOur experienced OBGYN doctors can provide you with sonograms, ultrasounds, regular checkups, prenatal advice, preparations for labor, and much more. Then, when it’s time for delivery, your OBGYN can be there by your side to help you through it. After delivery, we offer postnatal care for both you and your new child.
In this stressful and exciting time, you can’t afford to be on your own. Let one of our professional obstetricians help you through it.
GynecologistsGynecologists deliver specialized gynecological care to women through all stages of life—from adolescence to menopause and beyond. Our doctors are dedicated to providing an integrated approach to women’s health, evaluating and treating patients in a comfortable and trusted environment, with access to the latest in medical techniques and surgical technologies.
In addition to routine well-woman care, the team specializes in the health concerns of mature women such as menopause, sexual dysfunction, urinary issues, abnormal bleeding and pelvic health. Through comprehensive evaluation, the team offers counseling on a variety of treatment options, that include lifestyle and self-care practices.
If surgery is required, our board certified surgeons are trained in minimally invasive procedures, including daVinci robotic technology and laparoscopic techniques, which offers smaller incisions, less pain, and a quicker recovery time.
Visiting your OBGYN
When should you see your doctor?
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, it is recommended you see an OBGYN multiple times throughout your pregnancy to ensure both your help and the unborn child’s.
Your initial visit should be at 6 to 8 weeks in. Then, you should visit your OBGYN once a month until you’re 28 to 30 weeks in; at that point, you should have checkups every 2 weeks until delivery.
- Abnormal bleeding evaluation and treatment
- Fibroid evaluation and treatment
- Hormone therapy and bio-identical hormone replacement
- Hysterectomy and alternatives
- Incontinence evaluation and treatment
- Menopause and perimenopause treatment and counseling
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Routine well-woman gynecology care and annual examinations
- Uterine polyps evaluation and treatment
- Uterine prolapse evaluation and treatment