Who We Are
What We Do
For Patients
What's New
Evaluation and Diagnosis
• In-Office Ultrasound
• Mammography
• PEM Scan
Breast Biopsy
Benign Conditions of the Breast
• Breast Pain
• Cyst Aspiration
High Risk Evaluation
• Risk Factors for
   Breast Cancer

• Genetic Testing
• Lobular Carcinoma
   In Situ
Care of the Breast Cancer Patient

• After Surgical Treatment
  of Breast Cancer
• Lumpectomy
• Mastectomy
• Sentinel Node Biopsy
• Axillary Lymph Node
• Lymphedema
• Breast Reconstruction
• Radiation Therapy

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What We Do
Care of the Breast Cancer Patient

If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, we can help you through the process from the beginning of your treatment through your follow-up care and journey back to health and wellness.

We offer the latest treatments for breast cancer including: surgical intervention for breast cancer, access to immediate or postoperative chemotherapy, radiation services including short term radiation with the mammosite catheter, neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and access to clinical trials.

If breast cancer surgery is required, our practice performs breast-conserving lumpectomies on approximately 70 percent of women – far more than the national rate. Our nurse practitioner is available to answer questions, concerns, give support and help link you to available local and community resources.

After a woman with breast cancer has received the appropriate treatments, she will continue to be followed by our office. Our integrative approach includes a certified lymphedema specialist, massage therapist, nutritionist, social worker, and psychologist. We know that just because the treatments stop, the anxiety doesn’t. We are here to give you the support and close follow-up care that you need.








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