Now offering our pregnant patients attentive, personalized concierge service.
Now offering our pregnant patients attentive, personalized concierge service.
We are please to announce we are now offering patients the ability to get tested for COVID-19 illness and immunity in our Manhattan, Queen and Long Island Offices.
Across our Manhattan, Queens, and Long Island offices, we're taking every initiative to keep our patients safe. If you need to see a gynecologist or obstetrician, you can safely and confidently visit our offices.
Learn about different symptoms, side effects, interactions, and social considerations related to COVID-19 with Dr. Petriksovsky's novel coronavirus YouTube series.
Garden OB/GYN is proud to offer our patients the convenience of telehealth with video call appointment options. You can now still get medical care from the best ob/gyn in NYC, Queens, and Long Island, from the comfort of your own home.
Our offices are still open and we are using strict sanitation procedures to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy while we tend to their women's health needs.
To help our patients stay safe and on top of their health while practicing social distancing, we are now offering telemedicine appointment options through video calls with our expert providers.
Garden OB/GYN’s Dr. Petrikovsky addresses the concerns of many pregnant women who worry about the possible effects the Coronavirus may have on their baby.
What we're doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you haven't come in for your annual well-women visit, now is a better time than ever. Be proactive about your health and get a cancer screening!
A recent study by Garden OB/GYN's leading Medical Doctors provides insight into if transatlantic air travel is safe for developing babies in the third trimester.
Dr. Petrikovsky discusses Fetal Anomalies and how Garden OB/GYN can ensure the best possible health outcome for irregular pregnancies
Regain control over your bladder with an effective and pain-free treatment for urinary stress incontinence
Garden OB/GYN is proud to announce we now offer our patients an FDA-approved treatment for heavy menstruation. If you experience heavy periods, Her Option®, an effective in-office freezing procedure, may be right for you.
See what our Garden OB/GYN clinicians have been up to this month
We are proud to announce our newest NYC hospital affiliation
This weekend, October 20th 2019, our staff made strides against breast cancer across the greater New York region.
On behalf of Garden OB/GYN, we thank this month's employee of the month for a job well done!
In honor of Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month, we are spreading awareness of the benefits of ultrasounds in medical care. Especially in women's health, ultrasounds play a major role in detection and early diagnosis of many medical conditions.
Our hearts are swelling with the love we have for three of our administrators’ new babies. Congratulations!
We offer innovative, effective routine pregnancy monitoring for successful maternal and fetal health care
This week the Garden OB/GYN family had to say goodbye to one of our own. With heavy hearts we report the passing of Paul Hartel, one of our dedicated employees.
Did you know laser hair removal is one if the most cost effective hair removal options long-term? Getting laser hair removal may save you money vs. Shaving or waxing. Learn more in our blog post.
The shape and size of your best changes after breastfeeding. We offer options to help you obtain your ideal shape and size
Birth Control is used for different reasons whether it be for the practice of preventing unwanted pregnancies, or to also prevent period irregularities. Learn more about birth control and its function in our latest blog post.
Do you feel self-conscious when it comes to your hair, especially in the summer when you are outdoors? There is no need to worry anymore because we have a solution that is perfect for you! Learn more about Laser Hair Removal in our latest blog post.
Men in New York have been turning to plastic surgery to get rid of their “dad bod”.
If you’re feeling self-conscious about excess skin or love handles, you may want to consider non-surgical body contouring to boost your body positivity. Learn more about non-surgical body contouring in our latest blog post!
Ultrasounds are an incredibly important part of obstetrics and gynecology medical care. Garden OB/GYN therefore proudly offers our patients the convenience of in-office ultrasounds. Learn more about it in our latest blog post.
Have you recently had a baby and want your pre-baby body back? Learn more about how this can happen in our latest blog post.
We know its an uncomfortable question, and is an even more uncomfortable issue to deal with, but we ask if you suffer from stress urinary incontinence we have a solution for you!
Are you due for your well-woman exam? As the summer season approaches and many of the usual yearly demands slow down a bit (or not at all - who are we kidding), it is a great time to take control of your health.
Skin cancer is known as the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun is the one of the main causes of skin cancer. Learn more about ways to reduce your risk of getting skin cancer in our latest blog post.
Consider our non-invasive, effective and safe aesthetic treatments for your goal this summer. Learn more about our non-invasive treatments in our latest blog post!
Radiate your inner brilliance with the experts who know women best! Garden Plastic Surgery & MedAesthetics is proud to offer a wide range of plastic Surgery services, as well as non-invasive laser therapies for your aesthetic goals.
This past weekend, we, with the country, celebrated National Cancer Survivors’ Day. A diagnosis of cancer is a tough battle to face for everyone involved: the patient, their family and their caregivers. Learn more about Survivors day in our blog post.
If you are worried about how that pesky, stubborn cellulite, which most of us have, will look this summer, we have quick, effective and safe non-surgical solutions for you! Learn more about the non-surgical solutions in our latest blog post.
What is the placenta exactly? The placenta is frequently talked about during pregnancy, but do you know what it is?
PostPartum depression is a mental health illness that affects women after they give birth to their baby. Learn more about PostPartum depression in our latest blog post.
We all love feeling confident, beautiful and healthy, but did you know that health and wellness go beyond what meets the eye? Learn more about health wellness in our latest blog post.
Pregnancy starts off with sperm cells and an egg. When the egg is mature, it is ready to be fertilized by a sperm cell. Learn more about the process of pregnancy in our latest blog post.
Have you been stressed out lately, and need a night to yourself? Garden OB/GYN is hosting Women's Night Out on June 13th, 2019 at 6pm. It will be a night filled with excitement that includes, door prizes, raffles, gifts, and much more!
If properly used, the oral contraceptive is 99% effective. However oral pills can be easy to forget. Learn more about oral contraceptives in our latest blog post.
Yes, it is often safe to exercise during your pregnancy and can even be very beneficial, as long as you consult with your Obstetrician or pregnancy provider beforehand.
Vaginitis is an inflammation or infection of the vagina. Learn more about Vaginitis in our latest blog post.
Votiva is a safe treatment that addresses both internal and external vaginal health issues, without needing surgery. Click to learn more.
Sexually transmitted diseases are infections that are passed from one person to another through sexual contact.
Dr. Terrani explains how Garden OB/GYN has been successful at reducing its premature birth rate
Looking to feel more comfortable and confident in your own skin and body? Dreaming of a fun women’s night out? You can have both! Garden Plastic Surgery & Med-Aesthetics is hosting a Women’s Night Out this Thursday, June 13th at Lenoard’s Palazzo!
This past week, the weekly Garden OB/GYN clinicians' meeting was centered around treatment for Dyspareunia, more commonly known as painful intercourse.
We have a brand new website! Our new website offers all of the same features as before, but now in a more easy-to-use way.
A pap smear test is the best way to find out if you have cervical cancer.
Women experience different challenges and are more likely to be diagnosed with certain diseases than opposed to men. Diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease are the leading causes of death for women.
We are so excited to now be able to offer our patients vaginal tightening procedures with Votiva.
Lumecca is a very powerful pulsed light that is used to treat vascular and pigmented lesions.
Votiva is a non-invasive radiofrequency procedure that addresses both internal and external vaginal issues, including vaginal rejuvenation.
One Of Our Newest Providers To Join The Garden OB/GYN Family, Rachel Telfort, FNP, Shares Her Expertise On Uterine Polyps.
Menopause is the end to a women’s menstrual cycle. Menopause happens to women in their 40’s-50’s and is diagnosed after 12 months without a menstrual cycle.
Happy Patient Testimonial!
We are excited to announce that we now offer vaginal rejuvenation, body contouring treatments, and skin treatments through our Garden Aesthetics.
If you are curious about vaginal rejuvenation, you are not alone. Many women, of many different ages, are interested in this women’s wellness treatment - and many women, across different age groups, may qualify for the treatment!
Our new Manhattan Office on West 51st Street is opening soon!
Don’t feel like calling our office? No problem!
At Garden OB/GYN we not only care about your gynecological & obstetric health, but your overall women’s wellness as well.
Garden OB/GYN Physician, Dr. Maria Culotta is here to share helpful information about infertility, treatment, and more!
We are thrilled to announce our new affiliation with Lenox Hill Hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Arminda Mauricio, MD, is a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist offering complete care for patients of all ages: pediatric, adolescent, women of child-bearing age, perimenopausal and beyond.
Working late? We have you covered!
Our kind and compassionate Physician Assistant, Jennifer Mansfield is her to explain what happens during a gynecological annual exam. Her explanation will hopefully take some of the mystery and anxiety out of this very common and useful visit!
During cardiogenesis, the primitive heart tube produces peristaltic waves of contractions, due to stimulation provided by natural cardiac pacemaker activity produced by cells of the sinus node (SN) at approximately 5 weeks of gestation.
Dr. Are is here to explain the details of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. If you have concerns that you may be experiencing the symptoms of PCOS or if you simply have questions about it, we welcome you to schedule an appointment
According to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, most adults should be engaging in physical activity for a wide variety of health benefits. While women who are pregnant need to modify their physical activity, it is still important to get moving
If you have questions about Ovarian Cysts, our expert practitioner, Dr. Sandra Curet has information to help explain what Ovarian Cysts are
Shaquira Thornton is our Employee of the Month for January 2019!
Globally, cancer is the second-leading cause of death, with 9.6 million people dying from cancer each year. For women, there are some types of cancers that most often affect women and some are specific to the female reproductive organs.
Did you know our practice is open 7 days a week, including weekends?
Warm, welcoming, and comforting, Magda Brown, WHNP, shares insight into why STD Screening and testing is crucial for maintaining sexual wellness and women’s wellness.
Meet our amazing PA, Carly Goga. Our patients rave about her compassion, thoroughness, knowledge and kindness. See what she has to say about pap smear tests
Our Commack Office is moving locations!
Regular, annual Pap smears are important exams, which help in the detection and prevention of cervical cancer.
Our 260 E 67th Street Location In Manhattan is super sleek and stunning.
It is known within the medical community that there is a link between body weight and breast cancer risk for middle-aged or post-menopausal women. Generally, the higher a woman’s Body Mass Index (BMI), the higher her risk for developing breast cancer is.
World Journal of Gynecology & Women's Health
Fetal surveillance, non-stress (NST), biophysical profile tests (BPP), modified BPP and fetal Doppler ultrasound testing, are available at all Garden OB/GYN Centers to ensure the well-being of your unborn baby
Feeling vaginal itchiness or discomfort? Experiencing burning or pain when you pee? Does it bother you during sexual intercourse?
Do you have trouble sleeping right before your period? Do you have issues falling asleep, staying asleep or face insomnia when you are experiencing PMS?
Our facilities offer the latest technology for sonograms so you can see your developing baby’s features crystal clear!
Are you wondering what to expect during your contraceptive or birth control consultation with your gynecologist?
We are proud to announce our affiliation with the Mount Sinai West Hospital, where we perform deliveries!
This year, Garden OB/GYN, along with partner, Myriad Genetics, will be participating in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on October 21st 2018.
At Garden OB/GYN we care about more than just our patients’ Ob/Gyn needs, we are also dedicated to our patients’ overall health. Therefore this week’s health tip is related to sleep and overall well-being.
On Sunday September 16, 2018, Garden OB/GYN, along with Good Samaritan Hospital, participated in the Bethpage Polo at the Park Polo Extravaganza Fundraiser.
The convenience of Garden OB/GYN Manhattan services just got more convenient! We now offer a second New York City location, centrally located in the Upper East side.
There are certain precautions and measures you can take to make sure you are ready for any worst-case-scenario situations.
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month, throughout the month we will be sharing vital information that will help you stay informed about this cancer type.
Last night, team Garden OB/GYN was welcomed as one of the Catholic Health Center’s newest Independent Physician Association (IPA) during their summer cocktail party to commemorate St. Charles and St. Catherine’s Wellness Center in Commack.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently reported that STD rates in the United States have hit a record high for the fourth year in a row; these rates are the highest they’ve been in the past two decades.
In an effort to stay current with the latest treatment methods in the industry, this past week Garden Ob/Gyn clinicians learned about a new drug that may be used in the treatment of endometriosis.
Family and teamwork is highly valued in our practice. Comprehensive, cohesive patient care starts with our staff!