Grand Island, Nebraska

Obstetricians & Gynecologists PC

Complete Women's Care throughout Life's Journey

Obstetricians & Gynecologists PC

1010 N Diers Avenue
Grand Island, NE 68803
308-381-1490
Obstetricians & Gynecologists PC , Obgyn, Health and Beauty, Grand Island, Nebraska

Located in Hastings, Nebraska and Grand Island, Nebraska, Obstetricians & Gynecologists, P.C. has been providing exceptional women’s health care for more than thirty years. Specializing in obstetrics, gynecology, and infertility, we provide an individualized and compassionate approach to each woman’s needs.

We serve a large area of Nebraska through our many satellite clinics and we are always working to better serve our patients. Our years of experience and use of the latest technology, assure that our patients receive the highest level of care.

Call us to see how we can help meet your health care needs. Obstetricians & Gynecologists, PC. Specializing in You! 

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Women's Health 101: What is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?, Grand Island, Nebraska
When you reach reproductive age, women’s health professionals recommend seeing a gynecologist on an annual basis to ensure overall wellness. One of the conditions every woman should ...read more
5 Essential Women’s Health Tips, Grand Island, Nebraska
Whether you’re starting a family or managing menopause symptoms, women have special health considerations. In addition to seeing a doctor who specializes in women’s health care, seve...read more
Pelvic Relaxation Symptoms, Grand Island, Nebraska
Pelvic relaxation is a weakening of the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic floor. This occurs as a result of pregnancy, aging, injury, or contributing conditions like abdominal tumo...read more
Gynecologists' Guide to Your First Mammogram , Grand Island, Nebraska
Mammograms are a crucial component of health care for women over age 40. Gynecologists use these exams to detect potentially cancerous masses. By catching cancer in its early stages,...read more
Gynecologist Shares 5 Warning Signs of Endometriosis, Grand Island, Nebraska
Endometriosis is a painful women’s health condition in which the tissue that lines your uterus grows outside the organ. According to gynecologists, the disorder can lead to addi...read more
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis are two conditions that affect a woman’s reproductive system. Each can cause fertility issues and frequently go undiagnosed. ...read more
Whether you are having trouble conceiving or would like to start trying, making an appointment with an OB-GYN will help you learn more about your fertility health. A discus...read more
Did that second line or plus sign shows up on your pregnancy test? If so, a miracle is unfolding within your body, and it’s time to study up. Experts agree that prenatal educati...read more
While menstruation side effects range from woman to woman, one of the most commonly reported symptoms is cramping in the abdomen and lower back. This is because the womb muscles cont...read more
Most women will experience breast tenderness at some point in their lives, especially in their reproductive years. For the most part, there’s no need to be alarmed by this common ail...read more
If you decide to have a baby, it can be frustrating when things don’t go as planned. If you’ve been trying to conceive for more than a year and are still having difficulty getting pr...read more
The terms ultrasound and sonogram are often used interchangeably, so you may assume they are the same thing. Although they’re closely related, it’s crucial to und...read more
Starting a family is an exciting milestone for any couple. Before you get excited about planning a pregnancy, though, it’s important to make sure you and your partner are on the same...read more
Birth control is incredibly helpful in a number of situations—not just in preventing pregnancy. However, it’s difficult to know when you or your child should begin birth co...read more
There are several reasons why you might stop taking your birth control pills. Whether you’re ready to start a family or want to try another method of contraception, it’s importa...read more
If you and your partner have been dealing with infertility for an extended period, discussing your options with an experienced and compassionate women’s health care provide...read more
Between cold, dry air and harsh winter winds, your face puts up with a lot. Even when the rest of your body is covered in lawyers, the delicate areas around your eyes, nose, and mout...read more
Over time, hormonal changes can cause your skin to lose its firmness and elasticity. While many women expect to visit a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for treatment, you might be s...read more
Birth control comes in many forms, from pills and injections to IUDs. The medication’s primary purpose is to prevent unwanted pregnancy, but it has even more to offer ...read more
If you think you're pregnant, there’s no need to wait for traditional symptoms such as missing a period or morning sickness. A pregnancy test is the simplest way to find out for sure...read more
If you recently started taking birth control, you may have spoken with your OB-GYN about what you should expect in the coming months. If not, there are some common symptoms you might...read more
Every woman should see a gynecologist regularly, but it’s especially important to do so at certain points in life. For example, the first visit should be around the time she reaches ...read more
When you have a doctor’s appointment, knowing what questions to ask will make the visit more productive. Since women’s health covers so many topics, from menstruation to reprodu...read more
Midwives are registered health care professionals who provide primary care during the stages of pregnancy, labor, and birth, as well as after delivery. While many wome...read more
Although pregnancy is a natural process, many people have questions about what to expect, especially when they’re preparing to welcome their first child. Discussing your concern...read more
The average American woman can expect to undergo menopause at 51 years old, and most women will experience it between the ages of 48 and 55. However, approximately 1% of women go thr...read more
Women have more options than ever before when it comes to birth control. However, choosing from the many contraception methods available can be confusing. Seeking an OB-GYN...read more
Struggling to conceive is a problem that affects couples of all ages. Factors ranging from genetic predisposition to hormonal imbalances are known to contribute to infertility. ...read more
Women’s health is a broad field that includes both obstetrics and gynecology. According to the medical professionals at Obstetricians & Gynecologists, P.C. of Central Nebras...read more
Going to the gynecologist is an essential part of entering adulthood, but many young women feel nervous about their first visit. The OB-GYN team at Obstetricians & Gynecologists,...read more
Whether you’re pregnant, planning to conceive, or simply looking for a new OB-GYN for your overall health, it’s important to find an OB-GYN who is reliable and experienced. By establ...read more
Infertility can be a difficult issue to cope with when you’re trying to start a family. Many people assume it’s simply genetics. However, the medical staff at Obstetricians & Gyn...read more
Although every woman goes through menopause, there are several myths and misconceptions that can make the process seem daunting. Discussing your questions and concerns with your...read more
During pregnancy, your body is preparing for the process of labor—and you should prepare your mind as well. It’s essential to know what to expect, so you can contact your doctor or m...read more
There is a common misconception that, given recent changes in pap smear screening guidelines, you don’t need to see your gynecologist every year.  This is not true, and could be...read more
Urinary incontinence affects women of all ages, though the chances of being affected by it increase with age. Although the leading cause is childbirth, many medical conditi...read more
Women who decide their family is complete can benefit from permanent birth control like Essure, a hysteroscopic sterilization device. With no significant long-term side eff...read more
Recently, 4D obstetric ultrasounds have emerged as a popular imaging option among expectant parents. If you’re wondering what this type of pregnancy ultrasound entails, the staff at&...read more
There are many benefits of having regular microdermabrasion treatments. The simple technique works on people of all ages and skin types. This non-invasi...read more
According to the American Pregnancy Association, infertility is an issue that affects about 10% to 15% of couples who are trying to conceive. But what exactly is infertility, an...read more
I grew up small-town around the Polk and Hordville area on a farm, which I’m not sure i appreciated as much as I should have back then!  I grew up around farming and raising cat...read more
Having your first child is an exciting and overwhelming experience. You’ll be making a lot of decisions, from your birth plan to your baby’s name. At Obstetricians & Gynecol...read more
The body undergoes quite a few changes during pregnancy, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed. When you’re expecting, you might wonder: what foods can I eat during my pregnancy? Or, m...read more
Obstetricians & Gynecologists P.C. in Grand Island, NE, seeks to demystify the menopause experience and help women navigate every stage of life. According to ...read more
When you make an appointment for a routine women’s wellness exam at Obstetricians & Gynecologists PC, the premier women’s health practice in Central Nebraska,...read more
Parents have to make countless decisions throughout the course of a child’s life, and it starts shortly after conception. Deciding whether to use a midwife is one of the earlies...read more
Adopting a healthy lifestyle sounds good, but it’s not the easiest thing to do if, like many people, you have a busy and sometimes stressful life. However, taking...read more
According to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine in 2014, 44% of women see their gynecologist, rather than their primary care doctor, for preventative care. At Obstetricians ...read more