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Stop Your Period and Reduce Incontinence with These 2 Procedures [VIDEO]

Transcript My name is David Shenker, I am a doctor her at the Woman’s Clinic and I’ve been here since 2008. Today I want to talk about two procedures that we do here commonly, and all of us do them. The reason I want to talk about them is because I feel like most of my patients don’t even know that they exist. The two things that we are mostly hearing about are really heavy periods, we call that menorrhagia. And the other one is incontinence, or leaking urine later in life. These are two problems that we hear often here, but patients aren’t aware that we have some pretty simple out patient procedures that can really be rewarding and beneficial for them, and the results are really good for them. So the first one is for heavy periods is called an endometrial ablation. Some people may have heard of… Read More

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5 Vaccines Every Woman Needs

Which vaccinations are important for protection of women’s health? Here are the top 5 that we recommend! According to the CDC, women should receive annual assessment of infection risks due to health, age, occupation, travel, lifestyle, and history of vaccinations. At The Woman’s Clinic, our gynecologists in Little Rock offer many kinds of vaccines so that you can stay healthy and keep doing the things you love. In addition to coming in for an annual visit, we recommend that you get the following vaccines!

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How Robotic Surgery Helps You as an OB/GYN Patient [VIDEO]

    Transcript My name is Kim Reynolds, I’m an OB-GYN here at the Woman’s Clinic. I have been here since 2014. My favorite part about working at the Woman’s Clinic is the people. From the five positions, to the support staff, our nursing staff, our front desk, check out, everyone works as a team. My favorite procedure really is anything that is minimally invasive. I know how busy my patients are and how important it is for them to get back to their family, kids, and work. Even the larger procedures that I do, people are still most of the time able to go home even the same day, and recovery time is now a couple weeks. Where as in the past we were talking about open surgeries, and it would be up to six weeks, which is a significant difference. One of the devices that allows me to… Read More

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