Our team of board-certified OB/GYNs use an individualized approach to care and offer a full range of women’s health services including:

Preventative Care and Screenings

  • Annual Well-Woman Exam (including a pelvic exam and breast exam)
  • Pap Smear and HPV Testing
  • Birth Control
  • Bone Density Testing
  • Breast Cancer Screening
  • Discussions About Colon Cancer Screening
  • Age-Appropriate Immunizations
  • Healthy Lifestyle Risk Assessment
  • Hormonal Testing for Menopause
  • Immunizations
  • Screenings for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

Gynecology and Reproductive Health Services

Women's Health FAQs
  • What is gynecology?

    Gynecology focuses on caring for women through the various stages and transitions of life from puberty to adulthood. Gynecologists focus on the medical care of females’ reproductive systems and health concerns.

    Gynecology includes the diagnosis, treatment, and preventive care of conditions relating to a woman’s reproductive system, including the vagina, uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. Gynecology also includes screening and treating problems with a woman’s breasts.

    Your gynecologist may discuss contraception options, provides annual check-ups, answer your questions, and help with your female sexual health concerns.

    Your gynecologist monitors the same conditions as your general practitioner and pays particular attention to how these conditions, such as diabetes, impact your reproductive organs.

    He or she can also diagnose gynecological conditions, such as:

    • Endometriosis
    • Cervical Cancer
    • Vaginal Infections
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • What is a well-woman exam?

    A well-woman exam is an annual gynecological check-up to monitor your reproductive health. It’s an integral part of your preventive care.

    During the exam, your doctor examines your reproductive organs, performs a pap smear, offers tests for sexually transmitted diseases, conducts a breast exam, and can discuss your contraceptive options. Your doctor will also review your general health with you, including discussions on exercise, nutrition, mood disorders, and stress management.

    For women who are at a higher risk for certain diseases and gynecological conditions, your doctor may recommend more frequent well-woman exams.

  • What are the benefits of gynecology?

    A gynecologist can offer specialized medical support and help women through menopause and other life changes.

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If you’re due for your annual well-woman exam, or if you have any gynecological concerns, call us at 214-353-4421.

This information is provided for informational educational purposes only, and should not be considered as individual medical advice. Please discuss your specific situation with your medical provider.

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