Gynecologic health focuses on the female reproductive organs, but also includes overall health issues related to women.
Gynecology care can be provided by an OB/GYN physician, a family practice physician, a nurse practitioner, or a nurse
Regular annual gynecologic appointments revolve mostly around preventive care and include:
If you are having problems with abnormal bleeding (heavy, irregular or painful periods or lack of periods), pelvic organ
prolapse, loss of urine, or pelvic pain, discuss this with your doctor to review the best treatment options with you.
Jupiter Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Women’s Health Program recognizes that women have special needs. Your
reproductive system is an important part of your health and wellbeing. From the time women begin menstruating
through their childbearing years the body changes and you may experience symptoms that cause physical pain and
Our Women’s Health Program is designed to help relieve your pain and discomfort. Our physical therapists specialize in
women’s health and offer non-surgical options to address issues you may be experiencing.
A gynecologic appointment is also a good time to update your health history and discuss lifestyle changes such as
health eating, smoking cessation, or weight management. This is also a good time to address questions you may have
about contraception, conception, sterilization, infertility, and sexuality.
For more information about our program, or to make an appointment, call (561) 263-5775. To find a qualified
gynecologist, click HERE, or call our Physician Referral Service at (561) 263-5737.