Norton Women’s Care offering hydrotherapy from certified nurse midwife

Hydrotherapy, or water labor, is available for laboring moms as a way to relieve pressure, decrease anxiety, lessen the need for pain medication through the labor process and shorten the initial phase of labor. “Hydrotherapy […]

View more

Breastfeeding jumps among Kentucky women; support and resources available

Good news for babies in Kentucky: More mothers in the commonwealth are giving their children valuable nutrients through breastfeeding, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 2018 Breastfeeding Report Card. Data reported was from […]

View more

Top Surgeons as voted by peers

Few things are more trusted than a doctor’s recommendation – which is why being named a Top Surgeon, according to fellow doctors, is so meaningful. To all the talented and dedicated Norton Medical Group surgeons […]

View more

Maternal-fetal medicine physician leads fetal anemia procedures

Intrauterine transfusion is an essential treatment for severe fetal anemia. The procedure is performed between 18 and 35 weeks after fetal ultrasound is suggestive of fetal anemia or hydrops. In a sterile environment, fetal blood […]

View more

David Doering, M.D., completes 1,000 da Vinci procedures – and counting

Dr. Doering views robotic-assisted procedure as better for patient, surgeonDavid L. Doering, M.D., gynecologic oncologist, Norton Cancer Institute, recently performed his 1,000th gynecologic procedure using the da Vinci Surgical System. He is one of only […]

View more

MOST Program available for pregnant mothers with substance use disorders

Norton Women’s Care launched the MOST (Maternal Opiate Substance Treatment) Program as a resource for pregnant women who suffer from substance use disorders. Treatment services designed specifically for pregnant women dependent on drugs or alcohol […]

View more

Treatment for endometriosis with Norton Women’s Care

Endometriosis isn’t talked about much. Yet, it’s all too common – about one in 10 women in the U.S. has it. Endometrial tissue can grow on the ovaries, fallopian tubes and abdominal organs. While the […]

View more

Nitrous oxide an option for labor pain and anxiety

Nitrous oxide is now available to women in labor. “The gas is safe to use and relatively simple to use, offering pain relief and decreased anxiety, among other benefits,” said C. Reed Nett, M.D., OB/GYN with Advocates […]

View more

Maternal-fetal medicine specialists available for high-risk pregnancies

A “high-risk pregnancy” can mean many things. However, pregnant women who need extra care to have a healthy pregnancy and delivery should be referred to a maternal-fetal medicine specialist. Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine provides services […]

View more

Gynecologist leads pelvic health program

Jonathan H. Reinstine, M.D., gynecologist with Associates in Obstetrics & Gynecology, a Part of Norton Women’s Care, has been practicing minimally invasive gynecology for more than 30 years. In 2013, he successfully led the effort […]

View more

Urogynecology practice experiences growth with addition of new physician

Norton Urogynecology Center, dedicated to providing the latest treatments for a variety of pelvic disorders, has added a fellowship-trained urogynecologist and two advanced practice registered nurses to its staff. Marjorie L. Pilkinton, M.D., joined the […]

View more

New labor and delivery options for expectant mothers

Norton Women’s Care provides pregnant women who deliver at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital with multiple labor and delivery choices. Some women choose an epidural and limited movement, while others prefer more natural alternatives to […]

View more

Search our entire site.