Blog

  • Breast Cancer Risk Assessment

    By Dr. Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF Nearly all women are aware that screening for breast cancer with an annual mammogram is important, and most of us check the box off after our annual mammogram and forget about the risk of breast cancer for......

  • Post-Partum “Bulge”: What new moms should know

    By Stacey Hendricks, PT, DPT, WCS Childbirth can wreak havoc on a woman’s body—just ask any new mom. But many women worry about that post-baby belly because they don’t like how they look. In reality, that bulge might be signaling a bigger issue—diastasis recti—a condition......

  • Body Wisdom: What could your body be telling you?

    By Gretchen Fermann, MD We make healthy lifestyle choices regarding diet and exercise, we don’t smoke, we practice safe sex, and we get a PAP smear as recommended. We should be pretty safe from getting a gynecologic cancer, right? Not really. Sadly, cancers of the......

  • No Yearly PAP? How to Interpret Changing Guidelines

    By Gretchen Fermann, MD You may have heard about changing guidelines for how often cervical cancer screening tests should be done. Or you may just have heard that women don’t need a PAP yearly anymore. I’m sure you were rejoicing, as this tops the list of......

  • Erectile Dysfunction: Don’t Struggle Alone

    By Kevin Campbell, MD Urologist with The Urology Group The most commonly discussed condition that affects intimacy is erectile dysfunction (ED). ED can stem from many causes, including high blood pressure, diabetes, neurologic disorders or other issues resulting from the aging process. After evaluating the......