Stark County Women’s Clinic – Services
- In-Office Procedures
- Family planning
- General obstetrics
- Gynecological surgery
- Special-risk obstetrics
- Menstrual disorders
- Bone densitometry
- Dietary and weight-loss consulting
- 3D/4D Ultrasound Gift Packages
- Pregnancy testing
- Diagnostic Ultrasound
3D/4D Ultrasound Gift Packages
Seeing your unborn miracle of life for the first time is sure to touch your heart. Here at “Beautiful Baby”, a division of SCWC, we have the latest cutting edge 3D/ 4D ultrasound equipment allowing you to view your baby in live 4D motion with images to take home. This is the ultimate early bonding experience that you will cherish for a lifetime.
- 1. Anatomy scan 1st.
- 2. Doctor’s consent or referral signed before scheduling
- 3. Cash or Credit card payment before scheduling
- 4. Best time for scans is approx. 26 to 31 weeks gestation
- 5. Patient to drink and eat right before appointment
3 gift Packages available
1. Pink & Blue (gender) $100.00
- 15 minutes of Ultrasound
- 5, 2/D Black & White Images, including Gender
- 3D/4D glimpse of Baby
- CD with Images
2. Peek-A-Boo (basic) $150.00
- 20 minutes of Ultrasound
- 10 Black & White Images
- 2D, 3D & 4D Images
- CD with Images
3. Celebration Package (ultra) $ 200.00
- 20 minutes of Ultrasound
- 10-15 Black & White Images
- 2D, 3D & 4D Images
- CD with Images
- Baby’s Heart Beat recorded in a Build-A-Bear
These packages are non-refundable
This would make an awesome gift to any expectant Mom
In-Office Procedure Options to Stop/Reduce Menstrual Bleeding
From the comforts of an office vs. a hospital we offer the following surgery procedures in office: Colposcopy’s, D&C, Vulvar Biopsy, Endometrial Biopsy, Novasure, Essure, Adiana, Hysterscopy D&C, SIS, LEEP’S, Polypectomy’s, Insertion of Mirena and Paraguard IUD’S, Excision of Lesions, I&D Barth Cyst and Skin Tag removal.
A diagnostic ultrasound is an imaging test that uses sound waves to examine a pregnancy or pelvic structures. This exam can also be performed on the breast. Examples of why this test is done in pregnancy is to look for problems such as an ectopic pregnancy, identify problems with the placenta, uterus, cervix, and ovaries and identify any developmental problems. Breast ultrasounds can detect cysts, fibroadenomas-noncancerous solid growths, lipomas-fatty lumps, and breast cancer.
Ultrasound techniques appear to be safe, and there is no documented risk to women or their developing babies. Ultrasound does not involve radiation. These are scheduled office procedures performed by certified ultrasound technicians.
Becoming pregnant can be a complex process. The processes of ovulation and fertilization need to work just right. For some couples attempting pregnancy, something goes wrong along the way, resulting in infertility. The cause of infertility can involve one or both partners. Infertility is defined as a lack of conception despite unprotected intercourse for at 12 months.
Treatment of infertility depends on the cause, how long you’ve been trying for pregnancy, your age, your partners’ age, and many other personal preferences. Some causes of infertility cannot be corrected. However, many women can still become pregnant with assisted reproductive technology or other procedures to restore fertility.
Evaluation is an important step in beginning the treatment of infertility. Testing for the couple will depend upon the individual’s history, assessment of ovarian function, cervical factors, sperm count, and tubal patency.
Infertility has a profound emotional, psychological and economic impact on the affected couple. It is our goal at Stark County Women’s Clinic to provide a comprehensive and sensitive approach, so that the couple may be successful in achieving pregnancy.
Congratulations, once you have missed a period, you should schedule a pregnancy confirmation visit. During this visit, the health care provider will review your reproductive health. In order to establish correct dating of your pregnancy and establish a due date, your provider will need to know the first day of your last menstrual period. Any current medical problems and current medications will be reviewed to make sure they are safe for you to take during the pregnancy. If you have not started a prenatal vitamin, you will be started on one. A list of safe medications will be given to you to ensure you are taking what is appropriate. Following your pregnancy confirmation visit, your first prenatal visit will be scheduled. During this visit, a healthcare provider will review family history, medical history, medications, and any pregnancy history. An examination will be performed. The necessary laboratory testing will be obtained, a packet of information and office protocols will be reviewed. Prenatal care requires regular visits to ensure a healthy pregnancy. Our doctors and nurses want to provided the best care possible to you and your baby. Once again, congratulations, we look to sharing this exciting experience with you!
Dietary and Weight-Loss Consulting
A registered, licensed dietician is on staff full-time for individual nutrition intervention. Services include weight loss, Type II diabetes, hypertension and low cholesterol diets. Meal plans are tailored to you current lifestyle. Weight loss plans are based on the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Exchange Lists. Meal replacement products are also available.
Special Risk Obstetrics
A pregnancy can be considered high-risk for a variety of reasons. It is a condition that puts the mother, the developing fetus, or both at a higher than normal risk for complications during or after the pregnancy and birth. Maternal (mother) factors that may put a pregnancy at high-risk may include age, weight, previous stillbirth, preterm labor, pre-eclampsia, eclampsia, pre-existing illness such as diabetes, hypertension, kidney or heart disease, and medication exposures.
A woman with a high-risk pregnancy will need closer monitoring than the average pregnant woman. This will require more frequent visits and testing in the pregnancy. These test are designed to tract the original condition, survey for complications, and make decisions regarding continued care.
Our physicians at Stark County Women’s Clinic are qualified to provide you with the care needed during this time to ensure a safe and healthy outcome for both mother and baby.
Obstetrical care at Stark County Women’s Clinic includes not only medical attention, but educational and emotional support as well. Specially trained nurse practitioners work hand-in-hand with our doctors and patients through every phase of prenatal care.
Normal pregnancies involve a monthly visit for the first six months and more frequent visits during the last three months. High-risk pregnancies require more intensive monitoring and more frequent visits.
With a doctor on call in the hospital 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you may rest assured that one of our physicians will be with you during active labor – monitoring you and your baby every step of the way.
Gynecological care involves all other medical and surgical problems of female patients, including infertility, family planning, menstrual disorders, and cancer prevention. We recommend an annual gynecological examination, a Pap test, and periodic mammogram as a vital part of maintaining your health.
Our team approach provides excellent care for both emergencies and special health concerns. Patients benefit from the availability of an immediate second opinion, and one or more members of our group are qualified specialists in gynecological surgery, special risk obstetrics, infertility and endocrinology.
Birth Control & Family Planning
- Essure – Permanent Birth Control
- Paragard – Intrauterine Contraceptive
- Mirena – Intrauterine Contraceptive
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) refers to a wide range of physical or emotional symptoms that typically occur 5 to 10 days before a woman starts her monthly menstrual cycle. The symptoms usually stop when the period begins or shortly after. The exact cause of PMS has not been identified. This condition affects up to 75% of woman during their childbearing years. Symptoms appear to get worse in women between the age of 30s and 40s. Some women with severe PMS have premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
The most common physical symptoms include abdominal fullness, bloating, breast tenderness, clumsiness, constipation or diarrhea, headache, food cravings, less tolerance of noises and light. In addition there may be symptoms of tension, anxiety, edginess, feelings of sadness, mood swings and difficulty concentrating.
There are no physical examination findings or lab test specific to the diagnosis of PMS. Keeping a diary log of symptoms for at least 3 months is helpful for your doctor to make a correct diagnosis and recommend appropriate treatment.
Urogynecological care addresses conditions that affect a woman’s bladder and pelvis, including prolapse (dropped bladder), loss of bladder control, and difficulty urinating. Our urogynecological team offers expertise in treatment options that include a variety of non-surgical therapies designed to relieve symptoms.
Urogynecology and Pelvic Support Center
The newly named Urogynecology and Pelvic Support Center at Stark County Women’s Clinic is available for a full range of services including:
- Urogynecology Consultations
- Pelvic Prolapse Surgery
- Comprehensive Urodynamic Testing
- Stress Incontinence Surgery
- Diagnostic Testing /Treatment for Interstitial Cystitis
- Pessary Fittings and Routine Pessary Care
- Office Diagnostic Cystoscopy
- Urethral Bulking / Contigen Injections
- Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation (PMR)
Introducing New Services:
Interstim Neuromodulation - For the Treatment of Overactive Bladder and Non-Obstructive Urinary Retention. Exceptionally safe out-patient neurostimulator implant for patients that have failed or cannot tolerate traditional medication and behavioral therapy. FDA approved since 1997.
Complete Urodynamic Testing
Digital Mammography and bone densitometry
Our Digital Mammography department is ACR and FDA accredited and utilizes state-of-the-art equipment. Services include screening and diagnostic Digital Mammography for early breast cancer detection. Bone densitometry studies for early detection and treatment of osteoporosis are also done. Only registered, highly trained technologists perform Digital Mammography and bone densitometry studies. The mammograms are interpreted by radiologists with specialized training in Digital Mammography.
Bone Loss (Osteoporosis) Treatment
Da Vinci Robotic Surgery
The da Vinci Surgical System provides surgeons with an alternative to both traditional open surgery and conventional laparoscopy, putting a surgeon’s hands at the controls of a state-of-the-art robotic platform. The da Vinci System enables surgeons to perform even the most complex and delicate procedures through very small incisions with unmatched precision.