Conditions We Treat
Women’s Health Hematology/Bleeding Tendency
Women have hematology concerns throughout life, including clotting, bleeding, and abnormal blood counts.
We partner with Ob/Gyn physicians to address iron deficiency associated with heavy menstrual bleeding.
We work with pregnant women to ensure they have adequate iron for their babies.
We help manage abnormal platelet counts in women with immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP).
We help determine clotting risk associated with starting oral contraceptive medications.
We evaluate and guide women who have infertility or pregnancy loss, prescribing anticoagulants to maintain a pregnancy.
Having a DVT blood clot is a life-altering event.
We help you understand your reasons for clotting.
We provide guidance for treating clots and preventing future episodes.
We evaluate your risk/benefit profile for taking anticoagulants.
Immune thrombocytopenia purple (ITP) is an autoimmune disorder resulting in low platelet counts.
When you have this condition you need guidance by an ITP expert.
We provide evidence-based and guideline-based recommendations to treat ITP and to keep you out of the hospital.
Polycythemia Vera one of the myeloproliferative disorders, requires guidance and strategies for clot prevention.
When you have this condition you need an expert to explain it and prescribe treatments,.
We provide evidence-based and guideline-based recommendations to treat polycythemia vera.
Blood cancers, accounting for 10% of all cancer, include lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma.
When you have one of these conditions, you need an expert to explain it and prescribe treatments.
We provide education and management of these conditions wherever it’s possible to keep you at home.
Sickle Cell Disease
Sickle cell disease affects 200,000 Americans.
The effects of this disorder can be disabling, including pain, infection, clotting, and anemia.
We provide televisit sickle cell care, focused on keeping you healthy and staying our of the hospital.
Bariatric (weight loss) surgery is a common way to lose weight and become a healthier person.
The most common “side effect” of surgery is iron deficiency, attributed to iron malabsorption.
We address this problem by providing intravenous iron infusions.