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Key to any woman's or expectant mother's health is adequate obstetrical and gynecological care. Regular gynecological exams, PAP smears, breast exams and prenatal care are all part of the OB-GYN services offered at the clinic.

Pregnancy Care and Delivery

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than 1.3 million American women experience some kind of pregnancy-related complication each year. Those mothers who do not get adequate prenatal care run the risk that such complications will go undetected or would not be dealt with soon enough to treat. The sooner you begin receiving medical care during pregnancy, the better your chances of ensuring your own health and that of your baby. During regular check-ups, your primary care provider will monitor the growth of the baby, check for any abnormalities and monitor your health.

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Family Care

Your family physician can treat most health conditions and provide comprehensive care for all ages - from newborns to older adults.

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Pregnancy Care & delivery

Through regular prenatal check-ups, your care provider will monitor the growth of your baby, check for any abnormalities and monitor your health.

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Pulmonary Function Test

This test is used to determine lung condition and screen for lung diseases by measuring how much air and how quickly air can be moved in and out of the lungs.

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Imaging

Ultrasound and x-ray imaging help diagnose issues occurring inside the body, including vascular, obstetrical and orthopedic conditions.

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Osteopathic Therapy

An osteopathic manipulative treatment adjusts a patient's body through manipulation of the skeleton and muscles to alleviate pain and promote wellness.

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Endoscopy

Endoscopy refers to the use of an endoscope, an instrument used to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the body.

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