Consider Holistic for comprehensive women's health services, including gynecologic exams, screenings, and weight management. Regular health screenings are crucial, especially for older adults, as detecting disease early can make treatment easier and provide a better prognosis. Call to schedule an appointment and learn more about the importance of screenings.
Holistic is dedicated to the wellness and longevity of its patients, caring for multiple generations of families. They provide information to make healthy lifestyle choices and healthcare decisions for all family members. Trust Holistic to provide most of your healthcare in one location and take control of your health by contacting them today.
Certain illnesses affect women differently than men, such as fatal heart attacks occurring more frequently for women under 50 than for men. Other conditions that affect women specifically include heart disease, pregnancy, and various cancers. Holistic has nurse practitioners specifically trained to address women's health issues, including gynecologic health, breast and cervical cancers, osteoporosis, weight issues, and colon and rectal cancer.
Trust the nurse practitioners at Holistic to provide specialized care for women's health concerns. With expertise in a wide range of areas, including gynecologic health and cancer screening, Holistic's practitioners are equipped to meet the unique health needs of their patients.
We provide comprehensive screening tests to monitor blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and various cancers, including breast and colon cancers and osteoporosis. At your well-woman exam, we pay special attention to polycystic ovarian syndrome, abnormal bleeding, and painful periods. We also offer routine lab testing, hormone optimization, weight management, and certain services based on your nurse practitioner's recommendation.
What is a Pap smear?
A Pap smear is an essential test to screen for cervical cancer, performed by opening your vagina with a speculum and swabbing your cervix to collect cells. Your sample is sent to the lab to check for abnormalities. The procedure is quick and well-tolerated, allowing nurse practitioners to detect cervical cancer before symptoms appear.