By catering for women's physical, mental, and nutritional health needs in an age, stage, and goal-appropriate way, we provide an unparalleled continuum of care.
Family medicine is a primary care specialty that provides comprehensive medical care to individuals of all ages and genders. For women, family medicine can include management of chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, routine health screenings such as mammograms and Pap tests, and management of reproductive and sexual health.
Family medicine providers can also offer counseling and support for mental health concerns and lifestyle interventions such as exercise and healthy eating.
Physiotherapy is a specialty that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of physical impairments and disabilities. For women, physiotherapy can include treatment for conditions such as pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and chronic pain.
Additionally, physiotherapy can promote recovery following childbirth, surgery, or other medical procedures. Physiotherapists may also provide education and exercises to promote overall physical health and wellbeing.
Psychology is a specialty that focuses on the study of behavior and mental processes. For women, psychology can be helpful in the management of conditions such as anxiety, depression, and postpartum depression. Additionally, psychology can provide support and counseling for women during times of stress and transition, such as pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.
Psychologists may also provide education and resources to promote mental health and wellbeing.
Diet and nutrition is a specialty that focuses on the study of food and its effects on the body. For women, diet and nutrition can be helpful in the management of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
Additionally, diet and nutrition can provide education and resources on healthy eating during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as during menopause. Diet and nutrition specialists may also provide counseling and support for weight management and healthy lifestyle habits.
Midwifery is defined as “skilled, knowledgeable and compassionate care for childbearing women, newborn infants and families across the continuum from prepregnancy, pregnancy, birth, postpartum and the early weeks of life”
Midwives are the experts in uncomplicated birth and are essential to creating a positive birth experience.
Nursing is a specialty that focuses on the provision of patient care and support. For women, nursing can include management of chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, routine health screenings such as mammograms and Pap tests, and management of reproductive and sexual health.
Additionally, nurses may provide counseling and support for mental health concerns and lifestyle interventions such as exercise and healthy eating.
Massage therapy is a specialty that involves the manipulation of soft tissues to promote physical and emotional wellbeing. For women, massage therapy can be helpful in the management of conditions such as chronic pain, stress, and anxiety. Additionally, massage therapy can promote recovery following childbirth and other medical procedures.
Massage therapists may also provide education and resources on self-care and relaxation techniques.
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