Our gynecologic services range from pap smear to in-office surgical procedures. The treatment of abnormal pap smears is not the only thing we do. Heavy or abnormal menses, infertility, birth control, menopausal symptoms, vaginal infections, urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic floor reconstruction, osteoporosis, minimally invasive laproscopic surgery, etc…
For our patient’s convenience, we offer in-office diagnostic ultrasound and uro-dynamic testing along with minor surgical procedures.
Colposcopy, cryosurgery and LEEP (loop electrode excision procedure) are procedures to treat abnormal paps. These are all performed in the office, using local anesthetic.
All of our Physicians performs in-office permanent sterilization in the form of ESSURE. This procedure is done under local anesthetic, with out the risk of general anesthesia. There are no incisions and the patient returns to her normal routine the same day. The average procedure time…..30 minutes!
We have a wide variety of treatment options for many of the conditions women can relate to. After all not every treatment that is right for your friend, sister or Aunt, is right for you!
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The right information for the upper hand against breast cancer. Here at Women’s Health Associates want to make sure that the correct information is spread and the wrong information put out! Lets take the myths out of Breast Cancer and replace them with the truth! Myth: Finding a lump in your breast means you haveRead more →
Attention Patients: We have been and continue to take every precaution to keep our patients and staff safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Until further notice, we will continue to restrict visitors from attending patient appointments. We understand, especially for our expecting mothers, that these restrictions may be difficult and untimely. A visitor is only permitted in the following cases:
• Pediatric patients (17 and under) will be allowed one parent
• Any patient requiring physical assistance to get into the building for area of care will be allowed one visitor to assist them until an Oneida Health employee is able to assist, at which point the visitor will be asked to wait in their vehicle or return following the appointment
We thank you for your cooperation as we continue to be diligent in protecting our patients and staff. Please call the office prior to your appointment if you have any questions at 315-363-9380.