Phone: 215.741.1600

Women’s Healthcare

Medicine in Balance provides conventional women’s healthcare services, including:

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  • Annual GYN exams and Pap tests
  • Birth control counseling and options
  • Gynecologic visits for problems such as
    • Irregular menstral cycles
    • PMS, endometriosis and other issues
  • STD testing and counseling
  • Urinary incontinence treatment
  • Sexuality counseling

We offer a wide range of options for the perimenopausal / menopausal woman, including:

  • Conventional hormone replacement
  • Compounded Bioidentical hormone therapy
  • Herbal medicine
  • Osteoporosis counseling and treatment

Note: We do not provide obstetrical services, and all procedures are done in the office only.

Holistic Medical Consultations

Because Dr. Warner is board certified in Holistic Medicine, she is also well versed in the treatment of many other health conditions for men and women. Commonly addressed conditions include, but are not limited to:
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  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Depression
  • Chronic pain
  • Prostate issues

Dr. Warner is available for consultations to develop a treatment plan in conjunction with your primary care physician or other specialist. Her recommendations may include herbals, other supplements, and nutritional/exercise changes to enhance your healing and long-term good health. These consultations do not include an exam or diagnosis. Instead they focus on forming a more holistic approach to your healthcare. Many of Dr. Warner’s patients will include a holistic consultation visit as part of their usual healthcare, not to treat an illness, but to seek information that will help them optimize their health. Such patients will schedule a session to review and seek guidance regarding their current supplement regimen or to seek nutritional advice.

Other Holistic Modalities

There are many ways to approach healing; one therapy may work well for one individual while it isn’t the best choice for another. Health is a process, not a destination. That is why Medicine In Balance encompasses a wide range of therapists with differing approaches to healing; they can all help you in your process of health. Please click on the links below to view a description of each modality.

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For additional information about these techniques and modalities and the practioners who provide these services, click on the links above.

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Thermography

Thermography (Digital Infrared Imaging) is a technique that uses infrared technology to evaluate the heat radiating from a surface. When used for breast cancer screening, it can be used as a primary or secondary measure in addition to manual exams, mammography or other tools. While mammography, ultrasound, MRI, and other structural imaging tools rely primarily on finding the physical tumor, thermography is based on detecting the heat produced by increased blood vessel circulation and metabolic changes associated with a tumor’s growth. By detecting the minute variations in normal blood vessel activity that occur in order for the growing tumor to get adequate nutrients, infrared imaging may find thermal signs suggesting a pre-cancerous state of the breast or the presence an early tumor that is not yet large enough to be detected by physical examination, mammography, or other types of structural imaging. It does not rely on any radiation and does not require compression of the breast.

Medicine in Balance is pleased to host the services of Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging on a regular basis for the convenience of our patients. This practice is based in Marlton, NJ, and was founded by Philip Getson, DO. He has been a board certified Medical Thermographer since 1982; he is an international lecturer and serves on the executive committee of the American Academy of Thermology.

Please call TDI directly to schedule your thermogram; simply tell them you would like to have it done here at MIB. Note that they also see patients at many other facilities; feel free to choose one closer to you if that is more convenient. For more information, see their website: www.tdinj.com.

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