We offer comprehensive gynecological services.
- preventative care
- treatment of abnormal pap smear
- testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
- treatment for vaginal and urinary infections
- treatment of endometriosis
- diagnosis and management of abnormal bleeding
- treatment of uterine fibroids, uterine polyps and ovarian cysts
- family planning, birth control services, IUD insertion
- general blood work and in-office ultrasound
We are equipped for minor surgical office procedures including cervical, endometrial and vulvar biopsies, colposcopy, LEEP, and in-office treatment of miscarriages.
Additionally we are accredited to perform in-office surgical procedures under sedation such as D&C, hysteroscopy, endometrial ablation (Novasure) and LEEP.
Hospital procedures include open as well as minimally invasive surgeries for uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, abnormal bleeding, laparoscopic or hysteroscopic tubal ligation, and endometrial ablation, among other procedures. Dr. Linda Cho, Dr. Danielle Feldman, and Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers have a special interest and training in advanced operative laparoscopy and hysteroscopy, as well as open procedures (laparotomy).
MonaLisa Touch is an FDA approved CO2 fractional laser that is specifically designed to treat symptoms of vaginal atrophy such as burning, itching, dryness, and painful intercourse. These symptoms are common among naturally menopausal women and also among women who are menopausal due to surgery or chemotherapeutics, such as for breast cancer treatment. The MonaLisa Touch is an alternative to estrogen or SERM medications. It is especially appealing for women who cannot take estrogens for various medical reasons, or for whom medical therapy has failed to treat symptoms related to vaginal atrophy.
Through the use of special vaginal probes, the MonaLisa Touch allows CO2 laser energy to be applied directly to the vaginal walls. The laser energy induces collagen production and revascularization of the vaginal mucosa, revitalizing the vaginal walls to a pre-menopausal state. Studies have shown maximum benefit from a series of three treatments spaced approximately six weeks apart, though our patients have reported improvement, literally within days of a single treatment.