Mila’s VBAC

published on December 31st, 2014 by

This beautiful little girl is Mila, she was born on 8/8/14 and weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces.  Of course she is beautiful, and the magical way these photos capture her beauty  requires no fancy explanation.  But there is another story behind these photos.  It’s a story similar to several I have written, with an interesting … Continue

Wait: let’s talk about your weight

published on July 23rd, 2012 by

Who among us has not tried, or is not trying, to control their weight?  I’ve heard it said there are two kinds of people with respect to the epic struggle that is weight management: those who worry about their weight and those who lie about worrying about their weight.  I don’t know if that is … Continue

Birth Matters

published on June 20th, 2012 by

There is no doubt that knowledge equates to power and this adage could not be truer than in pregnancy and childbirth. The more you know, the more empowered you are to make decisions that are right for you and your baby. In pregnancy and childbirth there are so many decisions to be made it can … Continue

Minimally Invasive da Vinci Robotic Gynecological Surgery: The New Standard

published on May 24th, 2012 by

The da Vinci Robot represents an amazing new technology that allows gynecologists to perform complex surgical procedures through tiny incisions. Da Vinci Robotic assisted surgery has changed the way physicians view and their patients experience gynecological surgery. Below are commonly asked questions about da Vinci robotic assisted surgery as it relates to hysterectomy as well … Continue

Do You Have a Vitamin Deficiency?

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If you are like an increasing number of us, the answer is surprisingly, “Yes,” at least when it comes to the critically important nutrient, vitamin D. I am amazed at how often I discover patients with low levels of vitamin D. The problem is not solely with our diets, which is certainly responsible for much … Continue