complete women care patient portal

by Ms. Jacynthe Runolfsdottir Jr. 10 min read
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What is the completecare patient portal?

What is the Patient Portal? The Patient Portal is a website that lets patients communicate with their healthcare providers any time day or night. All information is secure and allows you to see your medical history and schedule appointments with CompleteCare in one convenient location. Who Can Use the Patient Portal?

What services does complete women's care center offer?

Complete Women's Care Center is also dedicated to meeting the needs of unique subspecialty services as well such as pediatric and adolescent gynecology, infertility, perimenopausal and post menopausal. CWCC is now offering telehealth visits for non-pregnant patients who do not require a physical exam.

How do I set up a telemedicine visit at CWCC?

No driving, parking, waiting or childcare! Call us at (713) 791-9100 to set up your telemedicine visit now! CWCC will use the Chiron Health telemedicine app on your computer, tablet, or smartphone for your visit. Be sure to log in 15 minutes before you video visit starts and come prepared with your questions for your provider.

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Book your Telemedicine Consultation

CWCC will use the Chiron Health telemedicine app on your computer, tablet, or smartphone for your visit. Be sure to log in 15 minutes before you video visit starts and come prepared with your questions for your provider.

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What is pelvic floor rehabilitation?

Also known as Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation or Pelvic Muscle Physical Therapy, this conservative, non-surgical therapy is used to retrain the pelvic floor and/or bladder muscles. Using this technology we can treat incontinence, urgency, pelvic pain, or to simply re-educate the pelvic floor muscles to restore and maintain health.

What is bioidentical hormone therapy?

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy changes the way we age. It allows us to treat the aging process before serious conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer’s appear. Hormones stimulate growth and healing.

Can pelvic floor dysfunction be treated?

But many of these conditions are treatable — and not always with surgery — treatment often includes pelvic floor therapy you can learn and do on your own.

Patient Education

Browse online pamphlets provided by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) to learn more about your particular diagnosis or scheduled procedure.

You Have Questions, We Have Answers

Your health is important to you, so it’s important to us! We are here to serve you, answer your questions, and schedule your appointments. After hours emergency care is also available.

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