Less pain (or no pain) during pregnancy and after you deliver.
You shouldn’t have to suffer in pain and just accept it’s “discomforts of pregnancy.”
Everyone deserves a joyful pregnancy.
Hands-on drug-free osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) by a Board Certified OBGYN to realign your body.
Release stress related to infertility treatments, pregnancy, postpartum, nursing, postoperative changes and peri/postmenopause
Relieve pelvic and back pain
Relieve acute sprains and strains
Improve nerve function and circulation
Stay on your feet longer
Keep up with your kids and family
Support your recovery
(Keep your OB. Partner with us to feel your best.)
You may feel sad, isolated, overwhelmed, sleep deprived, disappointed because you expected more from your body.
We are here to help you feel your best in your body and be as active as you want to be.
Rebalance the postpartum body – OMT to relieve neck, back and pelvic pain
We take care of your newborn’s cranial sacral adjustments
Check on mood – postpartum depression screening and referrals for therapy
If breastfeeding, making sure that’s going well
— Breastfeeding medicine
— Lactation consults
— VIsit our parter 127 Pediactrics
Help you return to sexual function on your terms. Sometimes pain or low libido get in the way.
Help you return to exercise and listen to your body’s strength
Improve energy and regain confidence in your body
You are more than a diagnosis.
Unhurried, efficient and experienced care.
A whole-person approach to evidence-based medicine.
A forward thinking concierge gynecology experience.
Take away the fear from the first gynecology visit
Work with you before you get pregnant so you have a healthy pregnancy
Review birth control options and help you make a decision that’s best for you
Identify the root cause of your period problems and review options to achieve the results you want
Treat your abnormal Pap smears with the latest technology
Treat endometriosis and pelvic pain
Unpack sexual desire to help you find satisfaction again
Perimenopause/menopause care – hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
- Address orgasm concerns
- Identify and treat painful vulva (vestibulodynia/vulvodynia)
Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery when needed
An annual physical fit to your personal medical needs. It’s all about you and your specific goals for wellness.
Pelvic Floor PT
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Recovery from vaginal delivery or cesarean section recovery
Pelvic organ prolapse
Read More About Our Partner, Genesis PT & Wellness
Payment and Insurance
Dr. Carolyn Moyers, Sky Women’s Health, is “out of network.” We do not accept any form of insurance directly, including Medicare. Upon cash/credit card payment, you may request a claim form (“superbill’) to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement for the visit.
If services are covered by your provider, you can also choose to pay with your FSA/HSA dollars.
Procedures and tests performed during the office visit incur separate additional charges. Lab tests such as pap smears, mammograms, and bloodwork are still covered by your choice of insurance and can be billed to them.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is osteopathic and chiropractic training related?
Like DOs, chiropractors focus on the entire body and how different bodily systems work with each other. They also use their hands to diagnose and treat people. They do “adjustments” to correct alignment, improve how the body works, and restore health. They even have a few similar moves. The most predominant difference is that DOs are medical doctors who have completed 4 years of medical school, 3-8 years of residency/fellowship training in their specialty.
What is the difference between a DO and a MD?
DOs and MDs are both physicians who can practice in any area of medicine. Both DOs and MDs can specialize in dermatology, cardiology, orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine, OBGYN or any other medical or surgical field. All doctors — MDs and DOs — can prescribe medication.
They have similar training: 4 years of medical school, 3-8 additional years of internship, residency, and, for some, fellowships in their chosen field.
DOs and MDs also have to pass exams to receive a license to practice medicine. Both can practice medicine in all 50 states.
Doctors of osteopathic medicine, or DOs, are trained to look beyond your symptoms to understand how lifestyle and environmental factors impact wellbeing.⠀Osteopathic doctors get extra training in the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, and joints). It is called osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT). They use their hands to help diagnose, treat, and prevent illness and injury. It’s a key part of their medical training. Not all DOs use OMT routinely but when they do, they apply techniques such as gentle pressure, stretching, and resistance to help restore range of motion and encourage good health.
The letters behind the name don’t define the quality of a physician. Find a DO or MD who listens to you, educates you and empowers you to be a part of the decision making for your healthcare.
What does it mean to be a Board Certified OBGYN?
Medical school: 4 years to obtain DO or MD degree
Step Exams 1, 2 & 3
Residency: 4 years of residency
Written Board Exam
Collect a case log with a sampling of your cases from your first 1-2 years of practice and sit for Oral Board Exams
Complete lifelong learning and Continuing Medical Education requirements annually
Board Certification demonstrates a commitment to staying up to date with the latest medical advances
Why is it significant that a Board Certified OBGYN is performing my osteopathic adjustments?
What does that mean?
She has delivered babies vaginally and by cesarean, she’s treated abnormal uterine bleeding, endometriosis, ovarian torsion and ectopic pregnancy, performed hysterectomies and ablations and everything in between. She understands the anatomy and physiology of your body from hands-on experience. Also, she knows when your pain is more than musculoskeletal and needs further work up.
Need further workup? She can do that for you or communicate with your referring physician to seamlessly coordinate care.