Pregnancy is an exciting and often uncertain time in a woman’s life. Sharing in your experience of new life is our greatest joy. Our goal is to provide the best obstetric care for the health of you and your baby through both prenatal services and education.
We provide a complete range of prenatal services. From the convenience of our offices you can hear your baby’s busy heartbeat and see her amazing development. We offer both transvaginal and transabdominal ultrasonograms and we have full lab facilities on site for fast, accurate, blood and urine analysis.
Education is essential for a healthy pregnancy. Knowing what changes to expect and when to expect them reduces anxiety and allows you to recognize real issues sooner. Understanding your healthcare options empowers you to make informed decisions about your care. Proper diet and appropriate physical activity will help ensure a healthy pregnancy and an easier delivery. We encourage you to ask lots of questions and to participate in childbirth and nutritional classes available through the hospitals.
The right hospital to support the delivery and care of your baby is a matter of preference. We deliver at Trinity Hospital. You can feel confident the they will provide excellent care for you and your new baby.
You’ve heard the old saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” At no time is this truer than when it comes to your health. Our primary medical services encompass routine and preventive care. We stress the importance of yearly examinations for early detection and treatment of dysfunctions and disease. Should a dysfunction or disease be detected, our highly skilled, board certified doctors will provide you with the most advanced care possible.
We offer a full-range of well-woman services from yearly physicals and pap smears to breast exams and cancer screening. We can help you with birth control and PMS treatments or hormonal counseling and bone density studies. We also have trained and experienced doctors who can provide urinary incontinence therapy.
Our doctors provide complete gynecological care with years of experience and a gentle touch.
Innovative techniques and technologies allow us to perform many surgical procedures in our office. These procedures are on an outpatient basis and are minimally invasive resulting in less discomfort, reduced scarring, faster recovery, and lower costs. We offer the following in-office surgical services:
Colposcopy: a procedure to examine the vagina and cervix when Pap test results are abnormal. During colposcopy, the doctor inserts a lighted magnifying instrument into the vagina. This instrument allows the doctor to view abnormalities that are difficult to see with the naked eye. To learn more about Colposcopy, click here.
Cryosurgery: a procedure to remove diseased tissue, vaginal and cervical warts. During cryosurgery, the doctor applies liquid nitrogen to and around the area for 10 to 30 seconds to freeze the tissue. To learn more about Cryosurgery, click here.
Hysteroscopy a procedure to examine the interior lining of the uterus. This procedure is used to evaluate the cause of abnormal bleeding, infertility, or repeated miscarriages. It is also used to locate and remove small uterine fibroids or polyps. During hysteroscopy, the doctor inserts a thin, flexible viewing instrument into the uterus through the vagina and cervix. To learn more about Hysteroscopy, click here.
Endometrial Ablation: a procedure used in conjunction with hysteroscopy to treat heavy, prolonged menstrual bleeding. During endometrial ablation, the doctor will insert instruments into the uterus through the vagina and cervix. These instruments are used to destroy the uterine lining, which usually reduces or prevents bleeding. To learn more about Endometrial Ablation, click here.
LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure): a procedure used to remove abnormal cervical tissue. During LEEP, the doctor will insert a thin, low-voltage electrified wire loop into the cervix through the vagina. To learn more about LEEP, click here.
Operative Laparoscopy: a procedure used to treat endometriosis, infertility, fibroid tumors, ectopic pregnancies, and to offer tubal sterilization. During operative laparoscopy, the doctor inserts a thin, flexible viewing instrument along with surgical instruments into small incisions in the abdomen. To learn more about Operative Laparoscopy, click here.