Mature Women’s Health

A woman’s health is a responsibility she shares with her doctor. The physician is responsible for providing information about basic health needs and treating problems that may occur. This includes giving women information about healthy lifestyles, as well as providing preventative tests to check for disease. This section has been designed to give women information on different types of tests that are available to detect early stages of diseases that may occur. It also includes information about other social and preventative issues such as domestic violence, exercise, nutrition and smoking cessation.

Gynecological Exam – The pap test

Breast Self Examination – Benign breast problems and conditions

Mammography – Screening for breast problems

Nutrition – Weight control

Exercise and Fitness

Smoking Cessation – It’s time to quit smoking

Bone Density Testing – Osteoporosis

Ovarian Cancer Screening – Cancer of the Ovary

Menopause and perimenopausal bleeding control

Hormone Replacement Therapy


Domestic Violence

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding


AIDS – HIV and Women

Abnormal Pap Smear


The information provided is not intended to serve as medical treatment or advice, nor should it be a substitute for in person consultation with our providers or staff. If a problem arises you should seek medical attention immediately by calling a physician or, if necessary, going to a hospital emergency room.