The Institute for Women's Health

SAN ANTONIO — The Zika Virus is devastating parts of South America and the Carribean. Some cases have also been reported in the United States. It’s especially important to be aware of the virus if you’re pregnant or considering pregnancy. Dr. Karen Carcamo, an OBGYN with The Institute for Women’s Health, stopped by the Evening…


Chance Miracle Rodriguez is almost a year old, but at less than 13 pounds, he still fits into some newborn-sized clothes. Born four months premature, at just 1 pound and 9 ounces, Chance spent more than three months in the neonatal intensive care unit, a time his mother describes as an “emotional roller coaster —…


The Institute for Women’s Health plans to break ground this weekend on a seven-story medical office building that will house a number of state-of-the-art multispecialty services and clinics. http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/news/2015/11/20/multi-story-office-structure-planned-for-south.html


Let’s face it, hair loss is a sensitive issue where treatments involving topical chemicals or surgery are not only embarrassing, they often lead to painful side effects. Institute for Women’s Health is announcing a pain-free alternative, as it is the first San Antonio business to offer the FDA-cleared Sunetics Clinical Hair Growth Laser. The Stone…


San Antonio —Northeast OB/GYN and the Institute for Women’s Health made major changes when the New Year began to better serve the women of the San Antonio community. The area’s largest women’s health practice has combined its administrative functions with Northeast OB/GYN and Northeast Pediatrics. These groups are divisions of Consultants in Women’s Health, so…


San Antonio — Institute for Women’s Health, the largest OB/GYN in South Texas, recently obtained membership to the US Women’s Health Alliance (USWHA), making them the only practice in the region, and one of three in the entire state of Texas, to join. USWHA is a national alliance of many of the largest and most…


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In April and through Mother’s Day, the Institute for Women’s Health held a social media contest called My Little Snapshots. Moms uploaded a series of their favorite photos of their children, creating a digital scrapbook they could share with family and friends. Out of the scrapbooks submitted, Marlana Gutierrez and her family were the lucky…