Wellness Services
Breast Exams
Annual Gynecological Exams can save
your Life!
Having a yearly gynecological exam is an important aspect of responsible
preventive health care and ensuring your physical and reproductive well-
being.  Every woman should be aware that diseases such as breast, cervical
and ovarian cancer have few obvious symptoms, and earlier detection
increases chances for survival.
Avoiding routine yearly gynecological exams increases the risk for
unintended pregnancy, pelvic infections, and potentially delaying diagnosis
of diseases such as ovarian and breast cancer.
We will use the annual exam as a means of keeping in touch with our
patients and providing well-rounded information regarding the woman’s
health. The provider will:
Check weight and blood pressure.
Ask questions regarding nutrition, exercise, sexual activity, and
address any concerns a woman may have.
Keep women up to date regarding immunizations, birth control
options, or any other medical news pertaining to female health.
Perform a routine breast exam, and instruct the patient how to do
so, to screen for suspicious lumps or irregular breast tissue.
Patients of all ages will be taught to perform monthly self-breast
exams. These steps are essential in helping to detect breast cancer,
which kills more than 46,000 women each year.
Discuss calcium intake requirements, the need for cholesterol
screening, and the importance of regular exercise and eating a well-
balanced diet.
The purpose of the breast exam is to check for any lumps or irregularities in the
breast tissue. The female gynecologist examines the female's breasts by making
gentle circular and linear motions with his/her fingers. It should feel as if the doctor
is massaging your breasts and only last about a minute. If you feel discomfort or
pain while the female gynecologist is feeling your breasts, be sure to let the female
gynecologist know. The female gynecologist may also show you how to perform a
breast self-exam during your annual breast examination. This should be discussed
during your general check-up or women's wellness check-up if you are menopausal
or postmenopausal. Masses that may represent breast cancer, when discovered
using this technique, are more likely to be an early stage, may have a better
outcome, and may likely have higher cure rates (i.e. long-term survival).
                               Vaccine Schedule
Vaccines that may also be offered during your visit, include but are not limited to Human Papillomavirus,
Tetanus Boosters, Hepatitis B and Flu. Your doctor is ready to discus vaccinations during you visit.
Recommended adult immunization schedule http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/adult.html
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fax: 602.812.3482
515 W. Buckeye Road
Suite #207
Phoenix, AZ 85003


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Having a yearly gynecological exam is an important aspect of responsible
preventive health care and ensuring your physical and reproductive well-
being.  Every woman should be aware that diseases such as breast, cervical
and ovarian cancer have few obvious symptoms, and earlier detection
increases chances for survival.
Avoiding routine yearly gynecological exams increases the risk for
unintended pregnancy, pelvic infections, and potentially delaying diagnosis
of diseases such as ovarian and breast cancer.
We will use the annual exam as a means of keeping in touch with our
patients and providing well-rounded information regarding the woman’s
health. The provider will:
Check weight and blood pressure.
Ask questions regarding nutrition, exercise, sexual activity, and
address any concerns a woman may have.
Keep women up to date regarding immunizations, birth control
options, or any other medical news pertaining to female health.
Perform a routine breast exam, and instruct the patient how to do
so, to screen for suspicious lumps or irregular breast tissue.
Patients of all ages will be taught to perform monthly self-breast
exams. These steps are essential in helping to detect breast cancer,
which kills more than 46,000 women each year.
Discuss calcium intake requirements, the need for cholesterol
screening, and the importance of regular exercise and eating a well-
balanced diet.
TAP TO CALL
Off: 602.761.2036
fax: 602.812.3482
515 W. Buckeye Road
Suite #207
Phoenix, AZ 85008


Hablamos español
Wellness Services
Annual Gynecological Exams can save your
Life!
Having a yearly gynecological exam is an
important aspect of responsible preventive
health care and ensuring your physical and
reproductive well-being.  Every woman
should be aware that diseases such as
breast, cervical and ovarian cancer have few
obvious symptoms, and earlier detection
increases chances for survival.
Avoiding routine yearly gynecological exams
increases the risk for unintended pregnancy,
pelvic infections, and potentially delaying
diagnosis of diseases such as ovarian and
breast cancer.
We will use the annual exam as a means of
keeping in touch with our patients and
providing well-rounded information
regarding the woman’s health. The provider
will:
Check weight and blood pressure.
Ask questions regarding nutrition,
exercise, sexual activity, and address
any concerns a woman may have.
Keep women up to date regarding
immunizations, birth control options,
or any other medical news pertaining
to female health.
Perform a routine breast exam, and
instruct the patient how to do so, to
screen for suspicious lumps or
irregular breast tissue.
Patients of all ages will be taught to
perform monthly self-breast exams.
These steps are essential in helping to
detect breast cancer, which kills more
than 46,000 women each year.
Discuss calcium intake requirements,
the need for cholesterol screening, and
the importance of regular exercise and
eating a well-balanced diet.
Breast Exams
The purpose of the breast exam is to check for any lumps or irregularities in the
breast tissue. The female gynecologist examines the female's breasts by making
gentle circular and linear motions with his/her fingers. It should feel as if the doctor
is massaging your breasts and only last about a minute. If you feel discomfort or
pain while the female gynecologist is feeling your breasts, be sure to let the female
gynecologist know. The female gynecologist may also show you how to perform a
breast self-exam during your annual breast examination. This should be discussed
during your general check-up or women's wellness check-up if you are menopausal
or postmenopausal. Masses that may represent breast cancer, when discovered
using this technique, are more likely to be an early stage, may have a better
outcome, and may likely have higher cure rates (i.e. long-term survival).
                               Vaccine Schedule
Vaccines that may also be offered during your visit, include but are not limited to Human Papillomavirus,
Tetanus Boosters, Hepatitis B and Flu. Your doctor is ready to discus vaccinations during you visit.
Recommended adult immunization schedule http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/adult.html


Hablamos español
TAP TO CALL
Off: 602.761.2036
fax: 602.812.3482
515 W. Buckeye Road
Suite #207
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Let's be Social!



Let's be Social!