Physicians at OB/GYN Associates of Montgomery are proud to be specially trained in using the da Vinci Surgical System to perform certain procedures.
While no woman wants to face surgery, today the vast majority of complex gynecologic conditions – from endometriosis to uterine fibroids, heavy periods to cancer – can now be treated effectively without a big incision.
da Vinci Surgery only requires a few tiny precise incisions, so patients can typically get back to life faster – within days rather than the usual weeks required with traditional surgery.
We are pleased to offer an in-office weight loss program.
The term “date” often leads people to believe that one must be dating the rapist for a sexual assault to count as “date rape,” but that is not the case.
Regardless of whether two parties are in a relationship, rape is sex without consent, and it is a crime.
Certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) are licensed health care providers educated in nursing and midwifery.
In 1994, the Montgomery County Domestic Violence Task Force was created including the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, Montgomery County Commission, Montgomery Police Department, Family Sunshine Center, Legal Services Alabama, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, and Standing Together Against Rape (S. Renovations were made to the building through the generosity and support of local civic groups and private donors. ONE PLACE houses full-time onsite partners, including: Family Justice Unit of the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, staff attorneys from Legal Services Alabama, law students from the Family Violence Clinic of Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones Law School, case managers from the Family Sunshine Center, detectives from the Domestic Violence Unit of the Montgomery Police Department, and a Magistrate from the City of Montgomery Municipal Court.
A typical course of treatment is three procedures over 18 weeks.
Victims benefit from receiving combined, comprehensive service in one location.
Lawrence Street, Montgomery, Alabama was re-named the Brooks-Sellers One Place Family Justice Center after its co-founders, Ellen Brooks, Supernumerary, District Attorney and Karen Sellers, Executive Director (Retired), Family Sunshine Center.
In both cases the survivor knows the perpetrator, but has not consented to sexual intercourse.
CNMs/CMs provide health care to women all through life, including: prenatal care, birth, care after birth, care for the new baby, annual exams, birth control planning, menopause, and health counseling.