For the health and safety of our patients, their family members, and our staff, we are encouraging our patients to utilize our telemedicine services, if/ when possible, in lieu of on-site treatment during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. You can contact us at 404-549-3224 or through our patient portal with any … Read More
This is a real post from one of our patients. She shared her first MonaLisa Touch treatment experience at our Atlanta offices on our blog. This post shares her second treatment experience. I am overdue for my second MonaLisa laser treatment. Life has been crazy busy- graduations, bridal showers, baby … Read More
Treatment #1. I have to admit, that even though everyone told me that it “doesn’t hurt,” secretly I felt like I would be the one that has pain. How can it not hurt?! My stomach was a bit nervous. Plus- the entire thought of a laser in my girly parts … Read More
My First MonaLisa Experience at Academia of Women’s Healthcare By: A grateful patient. The first in a series of a patient’s personal MonaLisa Touch experience at Academia A couple of years ago, I noticed that after I had been intimate, I would have a burning sensation when I used the … Read More
A girl’s first visit to a gynecologist needs to be compassionate, comforting, reassuring. Dr. Stepanian’s loving approach to every patient is just what the doctor ordered.
A woman’s reproductive system holds so many fascinating secrets. This blog lets you in on an array of intriguing facts. Did you know that three levels of your reproductive system are located in your brain?
Laparoscopy (robotic or traditional), Hysteroscopy, and vaginal surgeries compose Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS). With each of the above approaches, incisions are smaller. That makes healing much faster and postoperative discomfort minimal. The use of lasers in laparoscopy allows for additional dimension in handling tissue in complex surgical conditions.
YOU’RE INVITED to: Let’s Talk! An Intimate Evening with Lyn Ross L.M.E., and Assia Stepanian M.D., F.A.C.O.G. February 6th, 2018 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. An intimate educational opportunity to have all your questions answered by the experts in women’s health. Learn about how life’s changes and decreased hormone levels … Read More
With this article, it is with great pleasure that I introduce to you my beginning series of editorials to discuss minimally invasive approaches to women’s health. We will begin by addressing a condition that I see affecting many women tremendously: abnormal vaginal bleeding. It creates anemia, associated fatigue, and if … Read More
The Cause The lining of a woman’s uterus, the endometrium, is made up of special cells that are perfect for the functions of menstruation and pregnancy. When these special cells and their supportive structures (endometrial tissue) grow outside of the uterus endometriosis develops. When these cells and their supportive structures … Read More