Once you're in our care, you'll find we're committed to your complete well-being.  So when you come in for a checkup, you end up getting the full treatment.  We'll teach you everything you want to know from strategies to combat menopausal weight gain and exercises to strengthen your bones to thorough self-breast examinations that can pinpoint an abnormal growth in its early stages.

With our emphasis on educating you about your body and how to take care of it, we become much more than your physician.  We're your partners in health, and we're your friends.  We just happen to be friends who are also fully licensed and board-certified to help women take care of their bodies.  Here are a few ways we accomplish this:



GYNECOLOGY -   Our extensive backgrounds in clinical practice have fully equipped us to meet all of your gynecological needs.  This includes everything from your annual exam and Pap smears to evaluation of PMS, or birth control options.


SURGERY- With experienced, board-certified pelvic surgeons, PHASE II provides both surgical and nonsurgical alternatives to correct such conditions as pelvic prolapse (poor support of pelvic organs), abnormal uterine bleeding, and pelvic pain.


INCONTINENCE - PHASE II offers the latest surgical and nonsurgical solutions to regaining control of your bladder.  We offer the most up-to-date technology to diagnose the cause of incontinence.  We can personalize a treatment plan for you that may include medications, physical therapy, or surgery.  One treatment option is an innovative surgical procedure that corrects bladder control with a recovery time of less than a week.


BREAST HEALTH CARE - We've found that the biggest deterrent to breast cancer is education.  We teach our patients about self-breast exams and recommendations for screening mammagraphy.  Remember, most growths found in the breasts are noncancerous.  However, if cancerous growths have been diagnosed, we will refer you to a breast surgeon.  The chances for a  woman's healthy recovery are greatly increased when detected early by self-breast examination or mammography. 


MENOPAUSE - As women approach this life transition, PHASE II educates you on the many options available to get the most out of this time in your life.  From modifying diet and exercise regimens to incorporating hormone treatments and herbal/botanical remedies, many of our patients have found the transition to be a smooth one with the programs we recommend to for them.


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