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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 »


Obstetrics & Prenatal Care Phoenix, AZ

How to Ease Back into Exercise After Delivery

The miracle of life is quite a miracle, especially from the mother’s point of view. Not only do you get to witness you body changing and growing in ways you didn’t think were possible, but you get to delivery a baby and bring new life into this world. Whether you had a vaginal delivery or… Read More »


Healthier You, Phoenix, AZ

3 Ways to Get Up and Moving During the Holidays

It’s that time of year— you know the one— where there are endless trays of treats around, a big feast around the corner, and virtually every excuse to not workout. As one of the best things you can do for your health, however, exercise is a great way to clear your mind and get your… Read More »


Cold vs. Flu

Knowing the signs and symptoms of each will help you decide which over-the-counter medications will work best for you: Symptoms Cold Flu Fever Rare Characteristic, high (102-104*); lasts 3-4 days Headache Rare Prominent General aches & pains Slight Usual; often severe Fatigue & weakness Mild Can last up to 2-3 weeks Exhaustion Never Early &… Read More »



Zika Virus Warning

New information was released today regarding the Zika virus. This virus is spread through bites by the Aedes mosquito and is found primarily in Central America, South America, Mexico, Caribbean and Puerto Rico. There have been recently reported cases within the United States, of which all infected individuals had recently traveled to the above areas.… Read More »


What Exactly Are Dense Breasts?

Let’s start by deconstructing your décolletage to understand what dense breasts actually are…. Breasts are a combination of three types of tissue: fibrous (connective tissue), glandular (milk ducts and lobules), and fatty. Dense breasts, which about 50%of women have, contain more fibrous and glandular tissue than fat. They also set off more alarm bells. Experts… Read More »



Medicare & Hormone Replacement

Recent changes in the U.S. insurance industry have had some unsettling effects on drug benefits for our patients on Medicare. Beginning in January of 2014 and extending through next year, many Medicare providers have withdrawn coverage or will soon withdraw coverage for traditional hormone replacement regimens. Using studies published in journals of gerontology, they have… Read More »


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