All of the physicians at Craig Ranch Ob/Gyn are Board Certified and received their training from some of the most prestigious training programs in the country.
The practice offers women of all ages of advanced care for the following:
A midwife is a trained professional with the education and skills to support women in the healthiest possible pregnancy and birth experience. Midwives provide care that is focused on the individual and her emotional, physical, cultural, and spiritual needs. This traditional practice that is centered around the empowerment of the mother has been common in countries around the world that demonstrate optimal mother and infant outcomes.
VBAC is the term used to describe a vaginal birth after cesarean delivery. Many women who have had a cesarean section previously can attempt to deliver vaginally in subsequent deliveries. VBAC allows a woman to have the experience of a vaginal delivery if she so desires. It also may decrease the risk of certain health problems related to multiple cesarean deliveries, such as bladder or bowel injury or placenta problems in subsequent pregnancies.
The goal of obstetrics and the prenatal care we provide at Craig Ranch OB/GYN is to keep both you and your future baby healthy. Some of this care will involve testing, some of it will be counseling on what to expect, some is simply being there through the more difficult parts of the process. Our team of highly skilled providers takes great pride in the care we provide both for mom and for your future child.
Although any pregnancy has the potential of complications, one defined as “high risk” is more likely to have complications that potentially threaten the health of both the mother and fetus, so it requires a greater level of attention and monitoring. A high-risk pregnancy increases a baby’s chances for health and developmental problems at birth and beyond.
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse. Infertility may be attributed to the man, the woman, or both partners. Infertility does not mean that a couple is sterile and will never have a child. Approximately half of all couples who seek help for infertility will eventually conceive a child.