Category Archives: Dr. Webb’s Blog

14 Sep

10 Myths Regarding the Hysterectomy and How to Avoid Having One

  Let’s Talk About Hysterectomies More often than not, doctors are going straight to performing a hysterectomy before further examining a patient’s issues, many of which could be solved by a minimally invasive procedure, rather than a total hysterectomy. “With the number of options available in this day and age, a hysterectomy is always the

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22 Jul

Better health through diet

Hi…my name is Jaki Ryan, the Health & Weight Loss Coach at Dr. Webb’s office, Scottsdale Center for Women’s Health & Vitality Hormones for Men. I will be filling in here for Dr. Webb while he is at the Gender Spectrum Conference in California! We offer two weight loss programs. One is an updated, modernized

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03 Jul

Insurance 101 with Kim Edkin, Surgery Coordinator

Insurance 101 Part 1 – with Kim Edkin, surgery scheduler for Dr. Burt Webb   The insurance world can be a little confusing, especially if you are not familiar with the frequently used terminology. This blog may help you understand your insurance coverage a little better and help you be a little more prepared should

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03 Jul

Welcome to the blog of Dr. Burt Webb MD FACOG

Welcome! Hello, and welcome to the Blog page of Dr. Burt Webb! Thanks so much for visiting our page, we are currently working to update the page so feel free to leave us some feedback on what you think! Dr. Webb has been a practicing OB/GYN in Scottsdale for over 30 years. Dr. Webb is

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13 Oct

Dr. Webb Transitions Practice to Gynecology

Beginning in December, Burt Webb, MD is transitioning his practice to gynecology only. After more than three decades of providing pre and post-natal care and delivering thousands of children, Dr. Webb is eliminating the obstetrics portion of his practice to focus on gynecologic robotic surgery and other specialty care including alternatives to hysterectomy, pelvic pain,

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07 Jul

Labiaplasty Growing in Popularity

Labiaplasty, also known as vaginal rejuvenation or tightening, came in as the second fastest growing cosmetic procedure. According to a report released earlier this year by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the procedure witnessed a 44% increase in 2013 compared to 2012. While women have the option of using a cosmetic surgeon or

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07 Jul

Researching the Cause of Endometriosis

While endometriosis affects more than 175 million women and girls worldwide, little is known about the cause. According to a study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have uncovered cellular activity that could provide a better understanding of the mechanisms behind the condition. It is hoped that their findings

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