Women's Health

Many of our practitioners are available for your annual wellness to include a pap, pelvic and breast exam which are an important part of women’s health. During these visits we can address specific needs such as family planning, hormonal concerns and mental health issues along with scheduling for the routine mammogram, bone density testing and colonoscopy at local facilities.

We offer a variety of alternatives when you are considering birth control. Your practitioner is available to discuss these options along with potential side effects in an effort to find the right fit for you.

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Annual Physical/Pap

Wellness exams are an important part of your overall healthcare. These visits help us identify and treat any problems that may develop. We want to prevent acute, chronic or even emergent needs from developing. These visits are an excellent time to discuss day to day concerns you may have about your health.

No longer required on an annual basis, a pap smear is performed to look for changes in cervical cells before they turn into cancer.

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Birth Control

There are a variety of birth control options available and a number of factors you should consider when choosing one. While all birth control options we offer can prevent pregnancy, they may have different side effects. Our providers are available to help you navigate these options to make sure you find the birth control option that’s best for you.

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Incontinence is a common condition that happens because of problems with the muscles and nerves that help the bladder hold or release urine. You may leak urine when you cough or sneeze. Or you may have a sudden urge to go but can’t get to the bathroom in time. We are here to help!

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A personalized evaluation of uncomfortable symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats along with assessment regarding the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy or other non-hormonal treatments will help you and your Practitioner make well-informed decisions about what’s best for you.

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Women should begin scheduling their annual mammograms at the age of 40. Detecting breast cancer at its earliest stage is crucial to survival. Having an annual mammogram is an important first step in diagnosing breast cancer.

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Clinical Trials

Family Practice Associates (FPA) is pleased to affirm our affiliation with Virginia Research Center (VRC). Through this partnership patient records of FPA will be screened for ongoing clinical studies. Patients meeting the criteria will be invited to participate. This opportunity provides our patients with the opportunity to be part of new therapies on the horizon at no cost.  All clinical study visits are conveniently located right here in our office.  Patients who wish to opt-out of the initial screenings may complete an Opt-Out Form and return it to our office.

For more information about VRC please visit their website at Virginia Research Center

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Behavioral Health Therapy

Behavioral Health Therapy will provide the tools and support to make a change possible. As a service available in our office, your provider can arrange an initial appointment for you to meet with a behavior health counselor. Talk to your provider if you are interested. Family Practice Associates of Chesterfield is committed to helping you feel the joy that everyone deserves.

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We are open six days a week with flexible scheduling options to accommodate your needs.