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Learn More About Infertility From Dr. Maria Culotta

By emily.blumkin
February 19, 2019

Garden OB/GYN Physician, Dr. Maria Culotta is here to share helpful information about infertility, treatment and more! One of the most exciting times in our lives is making the decision to have a family. Although exciting, it can also come with much anxiety if you find yourself having issues. Whether you are looking to start ... read more


Get to Know Dr. Arminda Mauricio

By emily.blumkin
February 13, 2019

 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.  She loves taking care of women with their normal and complicated pregnancies.  Dr. Mauricio believes in providing one-on-one, hands-on care.  She takes time to know each of her patients to find ... read more


After Work OBGYN Appointment Hours

By emily.blumkin
February 12, 2019

  Working late? We have you covered! Garden OB/GYN offers late night appointments for after work hours. That way, you can still take care of your women’s health needs without taking away from your work day. https://www.gardenobgyn.com/schedule-an-appointment/... read more


What Entails a Normal Gynecological Annual Exam?

By emily.blumkin
February 11, 2019

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!   "A Well Woman Visit or Annual Exam is an important component of preventative medicine that is ... read more


Fetal Cardiac Pacemaker: Connect the Dots

By Ariel
February 10, 2019

Published by: A Uryash, MD; BM Petrikovsky, MD, PhD; O Bockeria, MD, DScFetal Cardiac pathophysiologyDuring 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. The remainder of cardiac conduction system is ... read more


How much physical activity should you do if you’re pregnant?

By emily.blumkin
February 7, 2019

  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 for them to get moving too! The latest Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans published in 2008 ... read more


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Explained

By emily.blumkin
February 6, 2019

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 with Dr. Are or our other Garden OB/GYN Providers.  Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is seen ... read more


What Are Ovarian Cysts?

By emily.blumkin
February 5, 2019

If you have questions about Ovarian Cysts, our expert practitioner, Dr. Sandra Curet has information to help explain what Ovarian Cysts are: Ovarian cysts are fluid -filled sacks developed in the ovary.  They occur in women of all ages. Some women experience symptoms like pain or pelvic pressure while others have no symptoms. Usually they ... read more


Meet Our January 2019 Employee of the Month

By emily.blumkin
February 4, 2019

Shaquira Thornton is our Employee of the Month for January 2019! Shaquira is a Sonographer that works out of our Massapequa office, but has been helping out at several of our offices. We would like to extend our appreciation for a job well done.  Shaquira has exemplified high quality customer service to our patients, showed professionalism with ... read more