Women's Health

A woman’s health concerns will change with her age and development. Women’s health concerns can vary from reproductive concerns, to cancer to mental health.

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By DMG Physical & Occupational Therapy
When you become a parent, nobody tells you how hard it is on your body, especially your wrists, elbows, back and neck. Practice these safe lifting techniques to avoid injury.

By DuPage Medical Group Radiology
Learn more about mammograms, what they detect and why they are important. Be proactive about your health and schedule your annual mammogram today!

By DuPage Medical Group Cardiology
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the number 1 killer of women, and takes the life of 1 in 3 women each year. Join together to fight against heart disease by being proactive about your health – prevention is the key!
Topics and Subtopics: Heart Health & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group
Be proactive about your health and determine if you are considered high-risk for breast cancer by taking the Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Quiz.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By DMG Integrated Oncology Program
DMG’s genetic counseling program is an important part of our commitment to providing outstanding oncology services to the patients and communities we serve. This service is available to individuals who are at an increased risk for a hereditary cancer syndrome.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group Radiology
Don’t wait for your physician to recommend a mammogram, instead be proactive about your health and discuss this important test with your physician.

By Dr. Berggren
Spider Veins are a huge cosmetic concern for many patients and cause many to “cover up” even in the heat of summer.
Topics and Subtopics: Skin Health, Women's Health & Arteries & Veins

By DuPage Medical Group
Treatments you receive from DuPage Medical Group Urology or Physical Therapy may include pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises (kegels), biofeedback, pelvic floor muscle stimulation, behavioral and lifestyle changes, bladder retraining, medication, special devices (pessaries) or surgery.

By DuPage Medical Group Urology
Do you have problems with incontinence? Learn about sling procedures that help control stress incontinence, (urine leakage) that can happen when you laugh, cough, sneeze, lift things or exercise.

By DMG Physical & Occupational Therapy
Regular pelvic floor exercise, or Kegel exercise, will help to build awareness, muscle strength, endurance and coordination.

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