Welcome to Cobb Women's Health

Office Hours :
Monday to Thursday - 8:30am to 5pm
  Friday - 8am to 3pm

  Contact : 770-944-8660

Our Services

We offer a full range of gynecologic services that cater to all key phases in a woman’s life. As your obstetric and gynecologic health care needs change over time, from yearly checkups to pregnancies, and eventually to menopause, we are ready to serve you.
We specialize in sophisticated, advanced and minimally invasive da vinci and laparoscopic surgery resulting in non-visible scars and a shorter recovery time.

Da Vinci Robotic Surgery

Cobb Women’s Health has an alternative to open and even laparoscopic procedures. We offer minimally invasive surgery thanks to the da Vinci Surgical System. Compared to open surgery, da Vinci offers less pain, smaller incisions, shorter recovery, and a way to return to your normal daily activities more quickly. For complex hysterectomies and other gynecologic procedures, robotic assisted surgery with the da Vinci Surgical System may be the most effective, least invasive treatment option. To find out more about the procedures we offer, please speak with one of our physicians. More..

Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is a major surgical procedure used to treat various gynecological conditions such as cancers and precancers, fibroids and other growths, abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, and prolapse. The uterus is removed (and sometimes the tubes and ovaries), usually through an incision on the abdomen or in the vagina. This type of surgery may be recommended when other more conservative therapies have not provided adequate results. More..

Myomectomy

Surgical procedure used to remove benign masses (fibroids) from the uterus. Myomectomy is performed in cases where is it desirable for the patient to retain the uterus. Depending on their size, location, and depth, fibroids may be removed through an open abdominal incision or through a laparoscope or hysteroscope. More

Removal of ovaries or cysts

An ovarian cyst is a sac or pouch filled with fluid or other tissue that forms on the ovary. Ovarian cysts are quite common in women during their childbearing years.Birth control pills may be prescribed to treat some types of ovarian cysts. This treatment will not make cysts you already have go away. But it will prevent new cysts from forming. If your cyst is large or causing symptoms, your health care provider may suggest surgery. More..

Endometrial ablation

Surgical procedure used to treat heavy or prolonged menstrual periods by destroying the superficial tissue layer of the uterine cavity. Often a hysteroscopy and D&C are performed along with this procedure. More..

Tubal ligation Laproscopic

Procedure performed in women who request a permanent end to their fertility. Tubal ligation may be done during hospitalization for the delivery of a baby, either at the time of a cesarean section or through a small abdominal incision performed soon after a vaginal delivery. Alternatively, it may be done remote from a pregnancy as an outpatient procedure through the laparoscope. More..

Hysteroscopy

Surgery performed to assess the cavity of the uterus. A small camera is inserted through the dilated cervix to allow the interior of the uterus to be visualized. This procedure is often combined with a D&C. Polyps, fibroids, and other intrauterine masses may be evaluated and sometimes removed in this way. More..

LEEP

Surgical procedure used in certain situations to treat abnormal cells (dysplasia) of the cervix. An electric current is directed through a thin wire loop which is used to remove a portion of the cervix containing the area of abnormality. More..

Cervical Cone Biopsy

Surgical procedure used in certain situations to evaluate and treat abnormal cervical cells (dysplasia) which have the potential to progress to cancer. A sharp instrument such as a scalpel or laser is used to remove the concerning portion of the cervix.More

Dilation and Curettage (D&C)

Surgery used for the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal bleeding. A similar procedure may be used to evacuate the uterus of pregnancy tissue following a miscarriage. The cervix is gently opened with dilators, and an instrument is then inserted through the cervix to clear the uterine cavity of any thickened tissue. More..