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The body changes a lot during adolescence. Our providers offer teen care, so your child can get the healthcare they need in a comfortable and judgment-free environment.

Advanced laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that allows your provider to identify and treat some chronic conditions. This form of surgery offers quicker recovery times and smaller scars.

It’s important to meet with your provider annually to discuss your overall health, get your annual pelvic exam, and discuss potential changes to your healthcare needs.

Interested in birth control? There are many options, including short-term, long-term, and even permanent methods. Your provider can help you explore all your options and select the best fit for your needs.

Bone density testing is how our providers diagnose osteoporosis, a condition in which bones are weak or brittle. This is commonly a screening test for women of an advanced age as well as a diagnostic tool for patients of any age.

Endometrial ablation is a minimally invasive procedure that can be done in-office to reduce heavy or abnormal bleeding during menstruation.

If you’ve been diagnosed with or are experiencing symptoms of endometriosis, your provider can help you manage the symptoms and recommend treatment options based on your lifestyle and future reproductive goals.

Gynecology care focuses on your reproductive organs and may include screenings for disease or cancer, procedures, and treatments for conditions that affect your reproductive system.

Some essential gynecological procedures can be performed in-office with a staff you trust and in a space you’re already familiar with.

Our providers strive to create an inclusive environment for people of all genders and sexualities, so you can receive the healthcare you need with dignity and respect.

Mammograms are an important screening and diagnostic tool to identify potential breast cancer. Your provider may recommend routine screenings or a mammogram if you are experiencing symptoms that are of concern.

Menopause signals the end of the reproductive phase of your life. Your provider is here to help you through this transition and manage the symptoms you may experience.

Your pelvic floor is an important part of your reproductive and urinary system. Our providers can help if you’re experiencing weak pelvic floor muscles and similar issues.

If you’re pregnant or want to begin family planning, our experienced obstetrics team can help. We’ll care for you throughout your pregnancy and delivery with services like fertility testing, prenatal care, and labor & delivery care.

Many of our providers are trained in robotic surgery. These minimally invasive surgical procedures can treat various gynecological conditions with a robot that your provider controls.

Telehealth appointments are available to help you get healthcare in a way that works for you. Request refills, discuss symptoms you’re experiencing, and follow up with your provider after a procedure without visiting an office.

Urogynecology specialists focus on the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders. Urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and interstitial cystitis are common conditions our providers can help treat.

Discomfort, pain, and irritation around your vulva can happen. Many women struggle with it. Our providers can diagnose, manage, and treat your symptoms, so you can experience relief.

Schedule an Appointment With a UWH of Michigan Provider

If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment with a UWH of Michigan provider, fill out our online request form. Our team will contact you to confirm an appointment date and time so you can get the healthcare you need. Request an appointment today.