Routine Prenatal Care
High-risk Pregnancies

Low-risk Pregnancies
Childbirth; Natural, High-Risk, C-Sections


Pelvic Exams
Pap Smears
Permanent Sterilization


Urinary Incontinence
Pelvic Prolapse Repairs
Urogynecology Therapies
Urodynamic Studies



NovaSure Endometrial Ablation is a quick, safe and simple one-time procedure with NO Hormones and NO hysterectomy.  NovaSure can treat the excessive bleeding so you can go on with your life. 

If you can answer yes to any of the questions below, you may be a candidate for this minimally invasive treatment. For signs relating to the kind of bleeding you experience:

• Do you regularly experience excessive bleeding?

• Does your bleeding last seven or more days per cycle?

• Is your bleeding so heavy that it requires you to change protection nearly every hour and to carry large amounts of feminine products with you?

• Has medication (birth control pills) failed to help you with your heavy bleeding?

NovaSure is a simple, safe procedure that removes the endometrium to reduce or eliminate bleeding.

• Simple, 90 second average treatment time.

• Proven safe and effective.

• Requires no pre-treatment.

• Convenient. 

• Can be performed at any time during the menstrual cycle.

• Rapid Recovery.

• Excellent Success Rates.

• Removes uterine lining while preserving uterus.

• Only appropriate for women who have completed childbearing.


If you are sure you don't want anymore children and are tired of using temporary birth control, Essure was created for you.

What is Essure?  The Essure procedure is a sterilization procedure for women.  Essure is inserted vaginally by a trained gynecologist using a visually guided method called hysteroscopy.  A micro-insert is placed in each fallopian tube, where the body and the micro-insert work together to form a biological blockage that prevents sperm from reaching the egg.

Unlike tubal ligation (having your tubes tied) or vasectomy, the Essure procedure requires no incisions and is typically done without general anesthesia.  In clinical trials, the average time spent using a hysterscope to place micro-inserts into the fallopian tube was 15 minutes.  The total procedure time was about 30 minutes, and most women were able to leave the facility 45 minutes after the procedure.

The Essure procedure is designed to provide permanent birth control and is not expected to be reversible, so be sure that permanent birth control is the right decision for you.

T.O.T. Sling

An Effective Solution for Urinary Stress Incontinence Approximately 85% of all women in childbearing years and beyond experience some degree of stress urinary incontinence.  This leakage, which often occurs with coughing, laughing, sneezing, running or jumping is not only embarrassing but also tends to prohibit many activities of today's active woman.

The new T.O.T. is inserted vaginally in a ten minute outpatient surgery.  Patients generally leave the outpatient facility in a few hours.

Several improvements in the procedure and the technology indicate that the T.O.T. sling is the method of choice.

The new T.O.T. sling is attached underneath the pubic bone.  After approximately 90 days of healing and the formation of supportive scar tissue, the central portion of the T.O.T. will have dissolved into the body. 


Gynecology and Women's Health (Dr. Gabrielson) including D&C, Novasure, Essure, slings for stress incontinence, urodynamics, A&P repairs, Oophorectomies, hysterectomy, tubal ligations, C-sections, hystoscopes, uterine ablations, thermal ablation, infertility, urogynecology, high risk obstetrics and gynecology.