Holistic Care for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life

Holistic Care for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life

Women’s Healthcare Can Be Extremely Challenging and Rewarding

As a successful and experienced Board Certified Gynecologist, Dr. Andrew Krinsky has a thriving practice here in Coral Springs/Tamarac. He is often the first person to see young ladies for their first GYN visit. He says, “Subsequently, I’ve had the privilege of guiding and caring for hundreds of families during the miracle of pregnancy and childbirth. I continue the care for the non-pregnant woman from adolescence, midlife, thru the menopause, and beyond.” With an approach specifically designed to be more holistic and patient nurturing, Dr. Krinsky knows that each stage of a woman’s life has its specific health goal. He is a Certified Menopause Specialist.

In a serene and personal boutique-like setting, his office is warm and inviting. Friendly and welcoming with a reassuring demeanor, Dr. Krinsky strives for personal touches in an effort to put every patient and family member at ease. The tastefully decorated waiting area greets every visitor with scents of lavender, spa – like music and relaxing videos. Proud of his caring staff, Dr. Krinsky humbly boasts, “Our team of trained professionals makes your visit cordial and comfortable. Everything is done with a smile, empathy and a gentle touch.”

 

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Your Daughter’s First Gynecologic Visit

Your Daughter’s First Gynecologic Visit

Did you know, that The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology recommends that all girls routinely see the gynecologist between the ages of 13-15? This applies even if there are no immediate concerns.

This important visit for a young girl should not be accompanied by fear or anxiety. The right preparation & discussion with your daughter will make it a pleasant experience. Before the visit, I suggest sharing some reading material with your daughter regarding her first exam. I often provide this to you, or it can be obtained online. A good source is the ACOG Website www.acog.org.

Unlike previous health choices for your child, it’s wise to involve her in making the choice of her physician. Here are some ways to consider your daughter’s preferences. What type of health professional would she prefer, a male or female, older or younger? Explain as you both have experienced in choosing a pediatrician, that the personality, gentle touch, knowledge, experience and compassion are all very important.

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