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MedSpa Services Phoenix, AZ

Why Is PRP With Microneedling So Popular?

When it comes to t taking good care of your skin, you always want to have the latest and greatest— after all, how else are you going to get the best results? One of the most popular skin care trends right now is microneedling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This unique, two-step procedure involves extracting the… Read More »


Dermal Fillers Phoenix, AZ

Why Dermal Fillers Are So Popular

When it comes to taking care of yourself as a woman, it starts from the inside and works its way out. As you age, there are few things that are more obnoxious than fine lines and wrinkles and an overall loss of collagen in your skin— all of which can contribute to a loss of… Read More »


MonaLisa Touch Phoenix, AZ

How MonaLisa Can Help You Gain Back Bladder Control

Losing bladder control is something you thought you would get rid of when you were a toddler and went through potty training, but life is full of surprises including urinary incontinence as an adult. As a fairly common condition— especially among women who have given vaginal childbirth— urinary incontinence is treatable and nothing to be… Read More »


Freezing Time?

Submitted by Barbara Faber, MD  It’s great that we are living longer and healthier lives. Forty may be the new thirty, and fifty the new forty but it doesn’t work that way with female reproduction. Women are still “programmed” to start having children in their late teens/early twenties and by the early to middle thirties,… Read More »


Getting Pregnant Should Be Easy, Right?

Submitted by: Barbara Faber, MD Women get pregnant all the time without even trying and even when they are taking measures to prevent it.  But for some couples, it’s just not that easy.  In fact, knowing what I know, I wonder how it happens at all.  It’s complicated.  A lot of stuff has to go… Read More »


Weight Loss Program Phoenix, AZ

Want to Lose That Stubborn Fat?

When it comes to feeling good about yourself, it starts with obtaining a healthy weight. However, because more than 70% of Americans are overweight, losing weight isn’t always as easy as people set out to make it be. Here at Camelback Women’s Health, we have a weight loss program that is designed specifically for women… Read More »


Gynecology Phoenix, AZ

3 Things to Know About Pap Smears

There are some things in life that you love doing like going on vacation, going to the spa, and treating yourself to a perfect shopping day. However, there are other things in life that you know you should be doing but you’d rather put it off— including getting a pap smear. However, did you know… Read More »


Prenatal Guide Phoenix, AZ

3 Things to Shop for In a Prenatal Vitamin

The wonderful thing about pregnancy is that basically, you get to sit back and watch your body do the work for you. And although you may be suffering from morning sickness, back pain, or even sleepless nights, it’s pretty incredible to think that your body knows how to create life practically on its own. There… Read More »


MonaLisa Touch Phoenix, AZ

Let’s Talk About the MonaLisa

If you have been to Le Louvre in Paris, you know just how surprisingly small yet so impactful seeing the Mona Lisa in person feels like. Although we at Camelback Women’s Health can’t reinvent that same feeling over and over again, we can help in another area with the MonaLisa Touch procedure at our office.… Read More »


Insurance: What Does It All Mean?

Did you know that one single insurance company can have several different insurance plans? And each of those insurance plans can have multiple tiers of coverage and benefit options??? Most of these insurance plans also have different “networks” of physicians, too! Between group plans, individual plans, state aid, premiums, co-pays, co-insurance, deductibles, in-network vs. out-of-network,… Read More »


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