While we are continuing with office visits, we are also introducing Telehealth visits. We are doing this to protect pregnant mothers, babies, and our patients who have serious medical conditions. We also want to support our community and “flatten the curve”.
LifeStage: 46-60 Years
Under the circumstances, with so many schools closing and more and more people staying home to help mitigate the risks of spreading the coronavirus, a very timely awareness week is underway. March 15-21 is National Poison Prevention Week (NPPW). So, while you’re working to set up a new at-home schedule and weathering the current storm under social quarantine, be careful to consider a few other important concerns to make sure you’re time at home is as pleasant as possible.
Amid the recent pandemic of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, we want to once again reassure you that your health is at the forefront of our minds at The Woman's Clinic. We want to minimize your potential exposure to this virus as well as the exposure of our employees. To do so, we will be making some unprecedented changes to the way we plan to take care of you.
There is such a big industry around weight loss that fad diets will continue to come and go, making it hard to know what really works and how to address true obesity. We’d like to help explain the issues and suggest better strategies.
No one likes to go in for a mammogram - but it’s a life-saving test that every woman over 40 needs to schedule. Read on to learn about some myths about mammos, debunked.
There are unique challenges that face overweight women every day, whether it’s health risks or lack of healthy options at the store. Learn how to get out of the same old rut and how to make better health choices.
Many people don’t realize that heart disease is the number one killer of Americans each year. What they also don’t realize is that it can largely be prevented by simple lifestyle changes. Read to learn more about heart disease and what you can do to prevent it.
February is American Heart Month and Go Red for Women month. Learn more about how heart disease affects women and what your personal risk factors may be.
Insomnia is an experience that is surely familiar to all humans. At one time or another, we’ve all been there: it’s 3:00 AM, you’re staring at the pale green numbers on your digital clock, sleep won’t come no matter what you do.
One of the most common gynecological surgeries is called a hysterectomy, which is typically the removal of the uterus. Read on to learn more about hysterectomies, why they are performed, and what recovery is like.