When you visit The Corvallis Clinic, you gain access to a wealth of knowledge about women’s health care needs. Our specialists in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Nutrition, and Behavioral Health give you the necessary information to make intelligent decisions. As you would expect in a multi-specialty clinic, convenient services come right along with our highly regarded physicians. Lab work, ultrasound, and MRI testing can all be taken care of when you visit our clinic.
From adolescence through post-menopausal years, our physicians and medical professionals stand ready to care for you in a sensitive and compassionate manner. Most importantly, they strive to empower women to take charge of their health. You’ll learn about the latest health issues, how they can affect you, and what you can do to prevent illness.
Our OB/GYN physicians provide pre-conception counseling, high-risk pregnancy care, and routine prenatal care.
Pregnant patients may choose their doctor to follow them throughout their entire pregnancy. You will receive appropriate counsel and services to promote the best health of both mother and child.
You’ll discover many new contraception options available. Of course, our physicians are entirely up-to-date on the advantages and disadvantages to help you choose the methods most compatible with your lifestyle.
For patients and couples having difficulty conceiving, Clinic physicians provide sensitive and helpful advice. Your physician will renew your medical histories, testing options, and possible treatments available for you and your partner.
While menopause studies continue, medical researchers have discovered some truths. For instance, menopausal women experience lower levels of estrogen. As a result, side effects can occur, including hot flashes, night sweats, and anxiety.
Your clinic specialist can personalize a treatment plan to include diet, vitamins, exercise, medication, or hormone supplements.
Many women suffer from heavy bleeding, severe pain, and mood swings. Some women have menstrual cycles that are either too frequent or infrequent. Your Clinic OB/GYN physicians can assist you with treatment options, so your periods are no longer a problem.
Today’s teens and their moms are welcome to come in and talk with us about reproductive health, sexuality, contraception, and sexually transmitted diseases. You’ll find us available, ready to listen, and prepared to encourage the best preventative health care.
Many women experience urinary incontinence or loss of bladder control. This may be due to a combination of factors, including muscle relaxation, damage from childbirth, and the aging process. All of these can cause bladder control muscles to weaken.
Our gynecologists may recommend lifestyle modification, surgery, or medication.
From time to time, women may experience heightened feelings that include but are not limited to insomnia, depression, and irritability. Should these symptoms interfere with your daily living, your specialists can counsel or refer you to one of our Behavioral Health experts, including integrated behaviorist Nicole Fontenot, PsyD, who collaborates with our obstetrician-gynecologists.
Until just a few years ago, women found few surgical alternatives to a hysterectomy. Today, new procedures offer patients a choice. Minimally invasive therapies are available. Your physician can explain more in detail.