As a woman, your reproductive system is unique in how it functions and can require specific tests and procedures if it's to remain in good health. Gynecological procedures and exams are used to diagnose and treat health issues that are exclusive to a woman's reproductive system.
Dr. Siudmak at Total Women’s Healthcare provides a full spectrum of gynecological services and procedures designed to cater to your goals and needs. He has undergone extensive training that allows him to address your health concerns and provide you with effective treatment options that are designed to restore your reproductive health and allow you to live a full, more active life.
Your reproductive organs have to work together to achieve a common goal; each organ plays a critical role. If one isn’t functioning properly, it can impact the entire process. Even if you aren't planning on having children, your reproductive system can affect your overall health. Gynecological procedures address all of these components to protect and maintain your reproductive health.
Aside from annual gynecological exams, Total Women’s Healthcare provides these services:
Dr. Siudmak has successfully performed over 300 LEEP procedures and 200 endometrial ablations. His extensive experience and expert technical skills with these procedures are a testament to his ability to provide excellent gynecological care.
Total Women’s Healthcare offers procedures in three areas:
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery that uses surgical tools inserted through small incisions in the abdomen. This procedure is used to perform:
In a hysteroscopy, a scope is inserted through your cervix to examine your uterus for fibroids, polyps or causes of abnormal bleeding. Hysteroscopies can be used for the following:
A laparotomy is a larger incision in the abdominal cavity for diagnosis or surgery. This procedure is used for:
Dr. Siudmak has extensive experience and expert technical skills using these procedures, having successfully performed over 3,000 hysteroscopies and 1,500 laparoscopies, to date.