Obstetrics in Spartanburg & Greer, SC
Spartanburg & Pelham OB-GYN is dedicated to caring for a woman's unique needs in a warm, courteous and high quality environment. Our dedication to excellence in care during pregnancy, labor and delivery, means we will keep you surrounded by the best medical team available in the region. During your pregnancy we will closely monitor your progress to ensure the best possible quality of care.
We provide a large selection of prenatal services for pregnant women - from routine care for the healthy mother to the most sophisticated care for the complicated pregnancy. Our clinical staff works together with maternal fetal medicine specialists to provide care for certain conditions during pregnancy. These specialists can perform CVS, amniocentesis, percutaneous umbilical cord sampling, Level II Ultrasound, and Doppler Flow studies. Prenatal consultations and preconception counseling are also available.
We seek to provide complete and integrated care from the preconception period until six weeks after the delivery. An emphasis is also placed on education and prevention. Our ultrasound services include transvaginal scans, complete fetal surveys, and amniocentesis. We are also excited to provide 4D ultrasounds that allow you to see your baby's smile even before birth!
Family Planning Services
We offer our patients a full range of contraceptive services. These services include counseling to teens as well as all women who want contraception. A full range of contraceptive options are available to our patients, including oral contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices, contraceptive rings, contraceptive patches, Implanon, and tubal sterilizations.
All Obstetrical Care Services
- Family Planning and Pre Pregnancy Visits
- Infertility Testing and Treatment
- In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
- Preconception Counseling
- Birthing Options
Prenatal care and testing
- Preparing for a healthy pregnancy
- Maintaining a healthy pregnancy
Perinatal Care and Support (for the period 3 months before pregnancy and up to one year after birth)
- Fetal monitoring
- Preterm birth
- Low birth weight
- Obstetrical anesthesia
- High risk pregnancies including blood disorders, obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes
- Labor and delivery care
- Postpartum depression
- Postpartum hemorrhage
- Male Infant Circumcision