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Your annual gynecology visit is an opportunity to connect with your provider. You can discuss questions you have about your overall health and receive any necessary screenings, including a pap smear.

Choosing the right birth control method for you is a deeply personal decision. Your Women’s Health Arizona provider wants to know your specific needs, so we can find the birth control that works best for you.

Promoting optimal bone health is all about regular screenings, especially in midlife. Your provider can help you prevent, diagnose, and treat conditions like osteoporosis with simple bone health assessments and screenings.

Endometrial ablation can use either hot or cold energy to destroy the endometrial lining of the uterus and provide relief from abnormal bleeding. Many of our providers are specially trained in minimally invasive surgery, including Endometrial ablation.

If you experience nausea, difficulty conceiving, heavy menstrual bleeding, or severe cramps and pelvic pain, then you may be suffering from endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that forms the lining of the uterus is found outside of it. Contact your Women’s Health Arizona provider to determine if you have endometriosis. We’ll develop a treatment plan that’s unique to you.

As part of our commitment to providing quality, convenient women’s healthcare, we offer a wide spectrum of minor surgeries and procedures right in our offices.

Our gynecological care covers regular and preventative checkups and screenings, like pap smears, pelvic examinations, gynecologic cancer screenings, menopausal care, and urgent problem visits.

Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure. By using laparoscopic surgical instruments, it ensures you receive surgical treatments with less pain, a shorter recovery, and less scarring.

We believe in providing equal, compassionate, and comprehensive care to all. Select providers have experience caring for members of the LGBTQ community. To determine if a provider is a right fit for you, we encourage you to call their office to start the conversation.

Preventative women’s healthcare, such as regular mammography screenings, are vital to detecting early signs of breast cancer before symptoms appear—often before a breast lump can even be felt. Contact us to schedule a screening.

As you approach midlife, you might experience symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and mood changes. Our providers can help you understand how menopause affects your body, cope with symptoms, and offer remedies that can improve your quality of life.

Diet plays a major role in your health, including weight changes, conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and even menopause and pregnancy. Our nutrition team is here to support you with nutritional therapy that’s focused on your unique needs.

Many women experience pelvic floor dysfunction related to pelvic pain, post-partum, and incontinence issues. If you’re experiencing pelvic floor pain or dysfunction, you’re not alone. We’ll work with you to treat any pelvic floor pain you may be experiencing.

Whether it’s your first baby or your third, we’re here for you. Our dedicated obstetricians can help at all stages of your journey to motherhood, from pre-conception planning to delivery and postpartum care.

As an alternative to traditional surgery and conventional laparoscopy, robotic surgery may be a minimally invasive option that can benefit you. Ask your provider about your robotic surgery options.

Regular screenings and tests can detect a variety of conditions early, including certain cancers, STIs, diabetes, and more. We offer several tests in-office, like pap tests, STI testing, bone density testing, and fertility assessments.

Vulvar pain, atypical vaginitis, vaginosis, and vulvar skin diseases can all cause pain in the genital area, like burning, stinging, itching, stabbing, or aching. Speak to our providers to learn more.

Request an Appointment with One of Our ObGyn Providers

With more than 111 providers in over a dozen locations in the Phoenix metropolitan area, it’s easy to find a provider near you. Request an appointment with a Women’s Health Arizona provider today!