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Your Partner in Women's Health

Created with the belief that women should be fully informed regarding all choices available for their health, Minnesota Gynecology and Surgery is a one-of-a-kind clinic offering state-of-the-art procedures and leading edge women's health services.

Laparoscopic hysterectomies, robotic surgeries, stress incontinence procedures, help for heavy periods and chronic pelvic pain are some of our specialties.

And it's not just acute care. Everyday care and yearly exams are done within your scheduled appointment time. Mammograms, bone density scans and hysteroscopy testing are done right here, during your appointment, making this a one-stop appointment with no need to refer you elsewhere. An added benefit: because our doctors are not delivering babies at all hours, your appointment will not be rescheduled or canceled at the last minute.

"Just as women's bodies changes as they go through life, we wanted to make a transition that was natural for us as well. Giving up obstetrics was hard, but we knew that by focusing on gynecology and surgery, we could better focus on our patients. Our patients now can choose less-invasive procedures done in our office - not a hospital - with quicker recovery times and fewer missed days of work and family time."

- Drs. Presthus and Beadle, Founders
Minnesota Gynecology and Surgery   

Appointments 952-893-9100 or email us.


Website updated: June 13, 2013

Your Partner in Women's Health
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   Did You Know...
   Do you have heavy periods? Could you have uterine fibroids? We are currently enrolling patients in a study investigating a new non-surgical device for the treatment of uterine fibroids. Learn more.


  
   Her Option® is an in-office procedure that treats "menorrhagia" (men-or-ra-jah), a medical term for menstrual periods that are too heavy, too frequent or last too long. Learn more.


  
   Women considering permanent birth control have a new option. It's called Essure, and it's a 10-minute, painless in-office procedure. Learn more.