Health & Well-being
We care about each patient’s health and well-being. In doing so we offer several types of care to help our patients physically through screenings and minimally invasive surgeries. We also offer counseling on pregnancy loss, health care, and preconception planning. Dr. Rachel Dalton has a special interest in gynecological surgery, laparoscopy, infertility and counseling for pregnancy loss.
Some cancers can be detected before symptoms occur. Screening for cancer is done to help detect cancer early. For many cancers, treatment is most successful if caught in the early stages. Our providers are pro-active in their approach to cancer screening and are available to discuss whether cancer screening should be recommended for you.Read More
Menopause is the time in a women’s life when menstrual periods stop, typically occurring around age 50. Menopause is official once a woman has gone an entire year without a menstrual period. The natural transition to menopause can take several years. Women may notice changes in their menstrual cycles. Their cycles may become lighter, irregular or heavier than what they have had in the past. This is in relation to the fluctuation of hormone levels during this time of transition.Read More
If surgery is needed, we desire for you to be back to health and normal activity as quickly as possible. Minimally invasive procedures use small incisions or no incisions to perform surgery. Minimally invasive surgery can be used for gynecologic conditions including endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts or masses, pelvic pain, cervical cancer, and uterine cancer.Read More
Your teenager’s health is important to us. Decisions she makes now can affect her health for the rest of her life. We would love to assist you with education regarding the menstrual cycle, help with menstrual concerns, and encourage healthy lifestyle habits.Read More
We recommend a yearly well woman exam. We feel this is a vital part of your care. At this exam we focus on health promotion and prevention of disease. An annual exam helps us to find and prevent serious conditions like breast and gynecologic cancers, and provides you the opportunity to be proactive regarding your reproductive health.Read More