Our ultrasound department is staffed with highly skilled registered diagnostic medical sonographers. Ultrasonogram is performed by using specialized equipment that emits high frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body. Our friendly, personable sonographers delight in participating in our patients’ medical care needs, whether obstetric or gynecologic.

Bone Density

Bone Densitometry is an enhanced form of x-ray technology that is used to measure bone loss. Also known as a Bone Mineral Density (BMD) or DEXA scan, this noninvasive test can determine the risk for osteopenia and osteoporosis in the postmenopausal patient. Bone Density is conveniently tested in our office.


Endometriosis is a disorder characterized by pelvic pain, especially during the menstrual cycle. It can be frustrating to treat and debilitating to sexual life and fertility. It makes all the difference in the world when your doctor can recognize your pain and move toward a tailored treatment plan. The doctors at Mobile Bay ObGyn Center are well versed in all your available treatment options, including medication or laparoscopy.

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A hysterectomy is a surgery to remove the uterus. Pelvic pain, heavy or abnormal uterine bleeding, fibroids, endometriosis, and pelvic organ prolapse are just a few of the reasons that women have this common procedure performed. There are many approaches to hysterectomy including robotic, vaginal, and abdominal. The physicians at Mobile Bay ObGyn Center understand the importance of assessing your needs and determining the best route of hysterectomy. From the exam room to the operating room, you are in capable, caring hands.

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Gynecologic care encompasses everything from annual breast and pelvic exams to contraception to heavy bleeding. The physicians at Mobile Bay ObGyn Center have years of experience diagnosing and treating gynecological issues. They are dedicated to implementing a treatment plan tailored to your needs and your lifestyle. If surgery is in your best interest, rest assured that they are highly skilled in minimally invasive techniques.


Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when she stops having menstrual cycles, signaling the end of her reproductive years. The years leading up to menopause, perimenopause, can be characterized for some patients by hot flashes, sleep disturbances, mood changes, vaginal dryness, and many more. It is important to discuss these changes with your doctor and protect against the risks that occur during this time: bone loss and increased risk of heart disease.

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Hormone Therapy

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), also called estrogen therapy, can help relieve the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. If you have not had a hysterectomy, another medication, progestin, will be added to protect your uterus.

Estrogen can be given in many different forms. Systemic (treating the entire body) forms include pills, skin patches, gels, and sprays. It is beneficial at reducing and/or relieving hot flashes and night sweats, protecting against bone loss, and may even reduce the risk of colon cancer. If vaginal dryness is predominant, then local estrogen via cream, ring, or suppository may be the best option. At Mobile Bay ObGyn Center, we are dedicated to finding and prescribing the treatment plan that works best for you.

High Risk Pregnancy

Although pregnancy is a miraculous time in a woman’s life, it can be fraught with anxiety and challenges. The obstetricians at Mobile Bay ObGyn Center are trained in managing high risk pregnancies. Diabetes, hypertension, and pregnancy with multiples are just a few of the conditions that our physicians have experience in managing. They also regularly consult with specialists to give you and your fetus the utmost attention and care.

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