Research

Research Journal Publishing: Cervical Cerclage Does the Location of the Suture Placement Make a Difference?

By AdviceMedia
February 26, 2018

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physicians Dr. Boris Petrikovsky, Dr. Michael Terrani, Steven Swancoat, DO, and Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Alison Dillon have been published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for their research on cervical cerclage location and preterm births. Their research provides evidence to support that sonographically detected cerclage location is ... read more


Clinician Education on Weight Loss

By AdviceMedia
February 26, 2018

Every week our Garden OB/GYN clinicians have a “Clinicians Meeting.” During these meetings, our medical providers are able to discuss ways to improve patient care, communicate about office happenings, as well as remain up-to-date on recent medical innovations. This week’s meeting was focused on education around the latest weight loss medication. This is important as ... read more


Garden OB/GYN – Compassionate, Convenient Care

By AdviceMedia
November 28, 2017

Along with our expertise and compassion, Garden OB/GYN offers you convenience on many levels. We are open 7 days a week with extended office hours. We have 6 office locations and welcome walk-in appointments. All the more reason to choose Garden OB/GYN as your women's health practice!  ... read more


Miscarriage Prevention

By AdviceMedia
November 22, 2017

Below is a link to a perspective piece from the Washington Post. The author describes the powerful, overwhelming, and devastated feelings she has from her late miscarriage. At Garden Ob/Gyn, we help prevent stories like this from occurring. Our procedures, protocols, research and expertise help prevent miscarriages and preterm births. We have standard guidelines which ... read more


Ovarian Cancer: The Importance of Recognizing the Symptoms

By AdviceMedia
November 22, 2017

According to American Cancer Society Statistics, in 2017, 22,440 women received a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2017 and 14,080 died from this cancer. Ovarian Cancer is the fifth leading cancer death in women in the United States. It is very important to recognize the symptoms and consult your health care provider as soon ... read more


World Prematurity Day Nov 17th 2017

By Elizabeth Frankowski
November 16, 2017

Friday November 17th is World Prematurity Day – a day to raise awareness of preterm births and the consequences it may have on babies, mothers, as well as their families. Premature births not only impact American families, but effect families worldwide. Premature birth is the number one cause of death in children under age 5 ... read more


STD Testing

By Elizabeth Frankowski
November 15, 2017

In many cases, sexually transmitted diseases may have no symptoms, especially in women, so a person may not even know if they are infected. Periodic testing is recommended for anyone who may be at risk for an STD, including those who have multiple sexual partners, even if they are having protected sex. This flyer provides ... read more


Breast Cancer Screening

By emily.blumkin
October 3, 2017

Breast Cancer screening involves checking a woman’s breasts for cancer before there are signs or symptoms of the disease. Screening and Detection is important because, usually, the earlier the breast cancer is detected, before it is big enough to cause symptoms, the easier it is to treat. Breast cancer is caused by damage to a ... read more