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Women’s Health

Obstetrical Care

Normal and High Risk Pregnancies & VBAC Trials

  • Prenatal Care
  • Delivery (Vaginal or Cesarean)
  • Postpartum Care
  • Normal and High-risk Pregnancies
  • Trial of Vaginal Birth after Cesarean
  • Obstetric Ultrasounds
  • 4-D Ultrasounds Available
  • Non-Stress Testing
  • Circumcision
  • VBAC – Vaginal Birth after Cesarean

Gynecological Care

Womens’ Care from childhood through all stages of life.

  • Well-Women Exams (Annual Check-ups)
  • Preventative Counseling
  • Cancer Screening and Treatment
  • Family Planning
  • Menopausal Management
  • Problem Visits
  • Consultations
  • Infertility
  • Bone Densitometry Exams
  • Essure Hysteroscopic Sterilization

Newborn Senses

One of the most asked questions is can my baby see? Babies develop five senses in the newborn stage: Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.

Eating for two

Eating the right foods is more important now than ever! You need more protein, iron, calcium and folic acid than you did pre-pregnancy. So find out what to eat and what vitamins and minerals to take to help keep your baby healthy.

Exercise during pregnancy

No doubt about it, exercise is a big plus for both you and your baby (if complications don’t limit your ability to exercise throughout your pregnancy). It can help you.

Exercise during pregnancy

No doubt about it, exercise is a big plus for both you and your baby (if complications don’t limit your ability to exercise throughout your pregnancy). It can help you.

Keeping your newborn safe

Many new mothers bring home their babies and begin to worry constantly about leaving the baby alone. Here are some tips on how to keep you new born safe:

  • Never leave small objects or plastic bags in your baby’s reach.
  • Prevent falls by not leaving your baby alone on a bed or changing table.
  • Don’t overdress your baby.

Keeping your newborn safe

Many new mothers bring home their babies and begin to worry constantly about leaving the baby alone. Here are some tips on how to keep you new born safe:

  • Never leave small objects or plastic bags in your baby’s reach.
  • Prevent falls by not leaving your baby alone on a bed or changing table.
  • Don’t overdress your baby.

Develop a relationship with your new born

If you find that you’re not immediately overwhelmed with love for your newborn, don’t worry. Like any other emotional relationship, developing a connection with your child can take time.

To newborns, everything is new.

Emotional care and physical affection make your baby’s body and mind grow.

Stimulating all your newborn’s senses helps them grow and develop.

A good relationship is the best thing a parent can offer a child.

Respond when your baby cries: that’s how babies learn to trust you.

Develop a relationship with your new born

If you find that you’re not immediately overwhelmed with love for your newborn, don’t worry. Like any other emotional relationship, developing a connection with your child can take time.

To newborns, everything is new.

Emotional care and physical affection make your baby’s body and mind grow.

Stimulating all your newborn’s senses helps them grow and develop.

A good relationship is the best thing a parent can offer a child.

Respond when your baby cries: that’s how babies learn to trust you.

Gynecological Care

Womens’ Care from childhood through all stages of life.

  • Well-Women Exams (Annual Check-ups)
  • Preventative Counseling
  • Cancer Screening and Treatment
  • Family Planning
  • Menopausal Management
  • Problem Visits
  • Consultations
  • Infertility
  • Bone Densitometry Exams
  • Essure Hysteroscopic Sterilization

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