Women's Health of Central Virginia Lynchburg, VA …

Women’s Health of Central Virginia has been recognized as a Gold Award Winner in Lynchburg Living Best Of Lynchburg contest. We also placed 1st in The News & Advance 2020 Reader’s Choice Awards for OB/GYN – Women’s Health! Thank you to all of our amazing patients for your continued support! We are so grateful for you!

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Women's Health Services

Women’s Health of Central Virginia, located in Lynchburg, VA, is pleased to offer compassionate and comprehensive women’s health services through all stages of life. With 15 providers, we are able to combine comfort, compassion and understanding with advanced medical skills and experience to offer our patients the highest level of care. At

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Women's Health Month and You!

Mental Health. Women play a huge role in the society of the world today, meaning it is more important now than ever to focus on mental health. There is so much expected of a woman in their day-to-day lives. Having mental health check-ins with yourself regularly helps maintain a healthy mind, making for a happier and more successful life.

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COVID-19 Policies

WOMEN’S HEALTH OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA COVID-19 CLINIC POLICY UPDATE. Women’s Health of Central Virginia is pleased to announce that our clinic will begin seeing patients on a regular schedule again, starting on May 4. We will begin by rescheduling patients whose procedures were postponed, and will go from there!

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Secure Check-in Kiosk

HELPING PROVIDERS & PATIENTS CONNECT MORE EFFICIENTLY. Women’s Health of Central Virginia is pleased to offer self-service kiosks in our office. This new, state-of-the-art patient check-in kiosk system will improve the patient experience, cut patient wait time and produce a more efficient insurance verification and eligibility process.

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Breast Imaging Center

Yearly mammograms at age 40 and continuing for as long as a woman is in good health. Clinical breast exam (CBE) every year for women aged 40 and over and every 3 years for women in their 20s and 30s. Breast self-exam (BSE) for women starting in their 20s. Screening mammograms are not recommended for average risk women under age 40.

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Ajith Z. Cherian MD is a board certified ob/gyn providing outstanding women's healthcare in Lynchburg VA at Women's Health of Central VA.

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The Benefits of Folic Acid

Folic acid is one way to do that. Our team at Women’s Health of Central Va would like to share the benefits of folic acid. Taking a folic acid supplement prior to pregnancy can help prevent a particular group of birth defects, medically known as neural tube defects. Neural tube defects are birth defects of the brain, spine or spinal cord.

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Meet Dr. Graham Nelsen: Dr. Nelsen is an obstetrician and gynecologist providing healthcare in the Central Virginia community. He is a caring, thoughtful provider who aims to give patients excellent evidence-based care while still being patient-focused.

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Applause and Praise

Applause and Praise - Women's Health of Central Virginia. APPLAUSE Women's Health of Central Virginia 2021-10-11T16:31:30-04:00.

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Gynecological Services

Women’s Health of Central Virginia offers advanced diagnostic ultrasound to help diagnose many gynecological conditions such as pelvic masses, uterine fibroids, pelvic pain, congenital uterine abnormalities and pelvic floor imaging. The advanced ultrasound is an excellent diagnostic tool for both obstetrical and gynecological healthcare.

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Natural Childbirth

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, our providers respect a patient’s decision to not have an epidural and have experience working with patients using various methods of natural childbirth. Having any form of continuous physical and emotional support (in addition to your medical team) has been shown to make labor shorter and a more

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Elective Surgery Update

Women’s Health of Central Virginia offers patients 24-hour access to their personal health information and electronic records through our patient portal. You can get fast and easy access to your latest lab results, recent doctor visits, request prescription refills and securely message your doctor.

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Collaborative Care

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, we offer comprehensive, compassionate healthcare using a team approach.What does this mean for you? Our team of physicians, nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives come together in a collaborative effort to provide you with the best care possible during your pregnancy, labor, delivery and postpartum experience.

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Now Accepting TRICARE!

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, we want you to receive the medical care both require and deserve. By accepting TRICARE insurance, we have taken another step further to ensure your physical wellbeing. If you are ready to schedule an appointment with us, please do so by giving us a call at (434) 239-7890 or by filling out our online form.

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Beyond Contraception: Birth Control's Health Benefits

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, our providers will work with you to find the birth control option that is best for your needs. Whether they are contraceptive or medical, your overall health is our priority. Contact us today at (434) 239-7890 for an appointment. Women's Health of Central Virginia 2021-02-12T16:03:24-05:00.

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The providers at Women’s Health of Central Virginia are highly trained in this advanced surgical system and are pleased to offer the da Vinci® surgical system as …

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Menopause is a natural, gradual transition time in a woman’s life when the hormone levels of estrogen and progesterone begin to drop. Women transition out of the reproductive years and the monthly cycle starts to become irregular and eventually stops. Although most women typically enter menopause in their late 40s, the average age of

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Dr. Tracy Wheelock Announces His Retirement

After 29 years with Women’s Health of Central Virginia, my wife and I have made the decision to start the next chapter of our lives. I am immensely thankful for the many people who have been with me during this glorious ride. I thank you for the trust and respect you placed in my care of your health.

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Minimally Invasive Surgery

The providers at Women’s Health of Central Virginia in Lynchburg are highly trained in performing minimally invasive gynecological surgery to treat common and often benign conditions of the reproductive system. Advancements in technology have enabled doctors to treat a broad range of conditions including: Uterine fibroids. Chronic pelvic pain.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Women’s Health of Central VA wants to remind you, during this season of awareness, to take the steps necessary to maintain your breast health! Make your Mammogram a Priority. At Women’s Health of Central VA, we want to encourage women to get their yearly mammograms, and invite others to do the same. Breast Cancer is the most common cancer

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Michael Robertson, MD- Women's Health of Central Virginia

Patients will find Dr. Michael Robertson to be relaxed, calm and personable. Dr. Robertson moved to Lynchburg in 2006 from Massachusetts, where he was in private practice. He is proud to have served as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts Medical School, as well as a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Dr.

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Your First Trimester

Dizziness. Women’s Health of Central Virginia is dedicated to the highest quality of healthcare during your pregnancy, through delivery, and beyond. If you just found out you are pregnant, schedule your first appointment today at (434) 239-7890. Women's Health of Central Virginia 2021-02-23T15:53:56-05:00.

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Women's Urinary Incontinence Care

Did you know that more than 25 million people in America experience bladder leakage every day? Incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine and may be the result of aging, childbirth, surgery or other related health issues.Incontinence can vary in severity from a small leak during a sneeze or laugh, which is known as stress incontinence, to complete loss of bladder.

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Your Second Trimester

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, we generally examine expectant mothers once a month. During the second trimester appointments you will be checked for the following: any symptoms or discomforts. weight gain. blood pressure. urine test. growth or size and development of …

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Jerrod Justice, MD

He is passionate about women’s health and practices evidence-based medicine to provide safe and effective care for all of his patients. Dr. Justice’s special areas of interest include general obstetrics and gynecology, contraceptive counseling, minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery and Da Vinci robotic-assisted surgery.

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COVID-19 Consent Form

Thank you for understanding and adhering to these enhanced health and safety protocols. We are taking extra measures to ensure both your safety and the safety of our team. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality care in a safe and healthy environment while following all governor-mandated orders. With that being said, procedures

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Women's Health of Central Virginia, Author at Women's

Dr. Tracy Wheelock Announces His Retirement Women's Health of Central Virginia 2021-10-21T09:42:12-04:00. COVID-19 VACCINATION DURING PREGNANCY Gallery. COVID-19 VACCINATION DURING PREGNANCY. Blog, pregnancy and childbirth.

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What You Need To Know About Urinary Tract Infections

At Women’s Health of Central Virginia, our physicians are skilled in diagnosing and treating UTIs appropriately for each woman’s needs. There are many symptoms of UTIs, which can include, but are not limited to the following: the persistent urge to urinate. a …

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114 Nationwide Drive

The most serious health effect is that a woman colonized . with GBS late in her pregnancy can pass it to her baby. For this reason, women are tested for GBS late in pregnancy. If GBS is present, a woman will receive treatment during labor. Effects on the Newborn

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Karen Ellis, MSN, FNP-C at Women's Health of Central Virginia

Meet Karen Ellis: Karen Ellis is a kind and maternal provider. As a mother, Karen knows that trust is one of the most important elements in a patient/provider relationship. The bond between a woman and her OB/GYN is like no other. Karen establishes a connection with her patients by sharing her personal experiences to ease their minds and ensure

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The Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy

health care team. You also should call your obstetri-cian or other health care professional if you are preg-nant and come in close contact with someone who has the flu. This includes living with, caring for, or talking face-to-face with someone who may have the flu. You may be prescribed an antiviral drug to reduce the risk that you will get

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