Southwest Ob/Gyn

We Are Here for You!

Southwest Ob/Gyn physicians and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality of medical care to women of all ages within a compassionate, supportive, and professional environment. We believe an integrated approach between patient and physician enables us to provide each patient with a unique plan for her well being.

You can also call us to request an appointment or ask questions.

Laser Therapy for Vaginal Health

Have you experienced changes in your vaginal health since menopause? Did you know that as many as 50% of postmenopausal women suffer from changes in their vaginal health.

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Total Wellness

Eating nutritiously and regular physical exercise are important, but wellness is more; we help you achieve total wellness.

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Having A Baby?

At Southwest Ob Gyn it is our pleasure to guide you through this great experience. We offer personalized prenatal care with your physician at each visit.

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Childbirth Courses

As an expectant parent, you probably have a lot of questions. Well, we've got some answers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How should I prepare?

On the day of the exam you may eat normally. You should not take calcium supplements for at least 24 hours before your exam.

You should wear loose, comfortable clothing, avoiding garments that have zippers, belts or buttons made of metal.

If you recently had a barium examination or have been injected with a contrast material for a computed tomography (CT) scan or radioisotope scan. You will have to wait 10 to 14 days before undergoing a DXA test.

Women should always inform their physician and x-ray technologist if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.

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What Women Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer

July 11, 2018

According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States. The lifetime risk of developing this type of cancer is about 1 in every 24 women. What are the warning signs? There are several diseases — such as infection, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel…

Sun Safety Options for Summer

June 4, 2018

Fun in the sun will be on everyone’s list of things to do during the summer months, but these are not the only times you should practice protective measures. Keeping yourself and others protected from UV radiation is an important, year-round responsibility. What is UV radiation and why is it a problem? Ultraviolet (UV) radiation…

Work Toward Being Your Healthiest You

May 9, 2018

Next week, millions of women will take steps to improve their health during National Women’s Health Week, an initiative of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. Kicking off on Mother’s Day, May 13, and running through May 19, 2018, the week serves as a reminder for women to make…

Start With Yourself: A Day to Think About Your Own Healthcare Decisions

April 9, 2018

It always seems too early, until it’s too late.While it’s not exactly pleasant to contemplate what our wishes would be regarding a healthcare crisis or end of life, it’s important to express them to those who would have to make those decisions in the event we became incapacitated to make them on our own. On…