Pregnancy is one of the most important times in a woman’s life. Having the proper care and knowledge is essential to a successful term and delivery of your baby. We provide full pregnancy care, from conception through delivery and even longer. Our experienced team can help you every step of the way on this incredible journey. We offer specialized care in family planning, prenatal care and delivery.
Prenatal care is crucial to your baby’s healthy development. Regular Provider visits are recommended and will allow for professional monitoring of your baby’s health. A regular appointment should include checking the baby’s heart rate and checking your blood pressure, urine and weight gain. Ultrasounds can be performed to visually check on the baby’s development.
In addition to our general obstetrical services, we also provide care for high risk pregnancies, including women with pre-existing medical conditions, multiple births or abnormal pregnancies that carry an increased risk of complications. Our Team strives to develop strong, trusting relationships with our patients to help them experience a smooth pregnancy.
Some conditions that may increase the risk of complication during pregnancy or delivery include diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid disorders, heart disease, cancer and more. Complications during pregnancy, such as gestational diabetes, premature birth and recurrent miscarriages can also be treated by our specialists. For these women, we provide close follow-up, personalized care and special delivery techniques to ensure a healthy pregnancy.
After developing a partnership with Our Team over the past nine months, you can work together to ensure a safe and successful delivery. It is important to choose a doctor you trust for this memorable journey.
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