Seeing a women’s health specialist is the best way to prevent or detect medical problems before becoming serious. At Daily Apple Clinic in Congress Park of Denver, Colorado, Paul Reynolds, FNP, Monica Schonteich, FNP, and their highly trained team offer comprehensive women’s health services for women of all ages. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book a consultation online today.
Women’s health at Daily Apple Clinic includes prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of common health issues. The team at Daily Apple Clinic is experienced and knowledgeable, offering on-site, point-of-care testing with immediate results, as well as accurate diagnoses and treatments.
Daily Apple Clinic partners with two nearby hospitals for imaging and referrals, and their lab partners are convenient and accessible, with medications available in a pharmacy next door. Providers offer fast symptom relief, treatment for chronic (ongoing) and acute issues, and many in-office procedures. In addition, they refill medications via e-prescription.
Some of the many women’s health services available at Daily Apple Clinic include:
If you experience breast lumps, unusual vaginal discharge, changes in menstruation, pelvic pain, vaginal itching, or other symptoms of a women’s health condition, see the Daily Apple Clinic team for an evaluation.
When you arrive at the Daily Apple Clinic for a women’s health visit, friendly staff members greet you and check your weight, body mass index (BMI), pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs. They also review your medical history and discuss your symptoms.
Your provider completes a comprehensive physical examination, including breast and pelvic exams, and a Pap test as needed to screen for signs of cervical cancer. During a Pap smear, they take a sample of cells from your cervix and send it to a lab for analysis.
Depending on your symptoms, risk factors, and the results of a physical exam, your women’s health specialist may recommend you undergo blood tests, urine tests, STD tests, pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, or other imaging procedures.
If you’re in good health, you probably don’t need treatment but might opt for birth control, family planning, vaccinations, medical weight loss, or other preventive treatments.
Your specialist may recommend you:
Schedule a women’s health exam every year or more often if your Daily Apple Clinic provider recommends it. Book an appointment if you experience new or unusual symptoms related to women’s health, such as changes in menstruation, mood, or sexual desire.
To schedule your next women’s health visit, call Daily Apple Clinic or book an appointment online today.