In addition to offering standard women’s healthcare like yearly physicals and routine bloodwork, we also provide more comprehensive services to aid in a woman’s physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Our thorough approach to treating insomnia, anxiety, depression, hormone imbalances, PMS & PMDD, menopause and osteoporosis helps women feel like the best versions of themselves at every age.
Insomnia Anxiety, and Depression
Anxiety, stress, and depression are known to impede a good night’s sleep or chronic insomnia, leading to many health concerns. Therefore, diagnosing and treating these conditions is imperative to maintaining good health. Establishing the cause of the problem is the first step in finding the appropriate treatment. That is why we take the time to listen to your concerns first and determine the best options for you.
Hormone Therapy & Menopausal Management
Hormone Treatment can help the transition through menopause easier to manage. Hot flashes, achy joints, mood swings, difficulty concentrating, and sleep disturbances are just a few symptoms women experience. Menopause can cause your life quality to suffer. If so, we can advise you to determine a treatment option that is best for you. These options include understanding the risks and benefits of estrogen, alternative hormone preparations, and other therapies for women who choose to forego estrogen.
Managing PMS and PMDD
Severe emotional symptoms of PMS are anxiety, mood swings, depression, and irritability. Physical symptoms include bloating, cramping, breast pain, and back pain. The most severe form of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Many women find PMDD to be a disabling condition both mentally and physically. There are various options to consider that can help you manage the debilitating effects of these conditions and improve your life.
Referrals for Mammograms and Bone Density Testing
Two crucial elements for ensuring optimal women’s health are yearly Mammograms and Bone Density Testing. These procedures typically require a referral. Our office can provide you with the referrals you need and help you find the best facility for you.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Treatment
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) occur when an infection passes to another person via sexual contact. Often, there are no symptoms. If you suspect you are at risk or have symptoms, we can perform the necessary tests and provide treatment.
After menopause, lower estrogen puts many women at risk for Osteoporosis. Loss of bone mass can cause brittle bones, leading to fragility and greater susceptibility to breaks and fractures. Early diagnosis is of utmost importance, as therapies and medication can lessen bone loss and improve bone density.