Well Woman Care
We feel that it is important for you to take an active role in your healthcare during times of both sickness and wellness. Working together with your doctor, asking questions, and staying informed can help you receive the type of care you want and need. While doing whatever your doctor says may be easier, we realize that you know your body well, and your personal input and perspectives are extremely valuable in maintaining your health or in healing your illness.
Researching and choosing a doctor that you trust helps you to develop a strong relationship and a better understanding of your diagnoses and treatment options. We all benefit from having huge amounts of medical information available today at our fingertips on line. But so often it is conflicting, misleading, or even dangerously wrong. Your doctor can be an expert guide in navigating this world of information and helping you decide what is best and safest for you. A team approach to your health care is our philosophy, but in the end, it is your body ---- take good care of it!
Patient Education Links and Resources:
General Gynecologic Information
Adolescent Gynecology and Health
Real Girls. Real Bodies. Real Issues. Real Answers.
Nancy Amanda Redd, Gotham Books, 2008.
Fertility and Hormone Problems
Nutrition & Fitness
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
by Dr. Deborah Coady and Nancy Fish, MSW, MPH to Seal Press; 2011
Heal Pelvic Pain:
The Proven Stretching, Strengthening, and Nutrition Program for Relieving Pain, Incontinence,& I.B.S, and Other Symptoms Without Surgery
by Amy Stein ; McGraw Hill; 2008
Headache in the Pelvis
5th Edition (Paperback)
by David Wise; National Center for Pelvic Pain; 5 edition, May 1, 2008
The V Book:
A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health (Paperback)
by Elizabeth G. Stewart and, Paula Spencer ; Bantam; 2002
Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products
by David Butler PT and Dr. Lorimer Moseley. Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products. 2003
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