Summit Women’s & Wellness Medical Group is a full-service practice located in the Inland Empire. Our premier women’s services, wellness, and aesthetics specialists provide comprehensive and compassionate care that is tailored to your individual needs. We offer complex family planning and have expertise in a wide range of women’s health issues beyond routine gynecologic care. Our physicians provide invasive and minimally invasive surgical procedures when indicated. We also specialize in disease prevention, menopausal health, sexual health, weight loss, nutrition, and aesthetic procedures. We want to partner with you to help you be the best version of yourself.
Specializing in patient-centered treatment plans for women in the San Bernardino, Riverside, and Los Angeles counties, Summit Women’s and Wellness Medical Group maintains a standard of providing the highest quality care in a warm and comfortable environment. We respect a woman’s individual right to reproductive choice and are dedicated to educating and empowering each woman so that she can make the best decisions about her care. We encourage open communication so that you can make an informed decision. Our office follows best practices and utilizes the most up-to-date guidelines and treatments available. We are committed to helping you live your best life at every stage of your life.
Dr. Obey is an award-winning physician and thought leader in women’s health. She has been providing quality women’s health services for 20 years. Dr. Obey is recognized as a leader in her field. She is committed to providing compassionate care to patients. She believes in providing patients with all their options, and partners with patients to help them make the best-informed decision possible. Patients have traveled hundreds of miles to receive care through Dr. Obey.
Some common women’s health issues include menstrual irregularities, menopause symptoms, urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted infections, and breast health concerns.
Women should typically have a pelvic exam and pap smear at least once every three years, unless recommended otherwise by their healthcare provider.
Warning signs of breast cancer include a lump in the breast or underarm, changes in the size or shape of the breast, fluid discharge from the nipple, and changes to the skin over the breast such as dimpling or puckering.
The best way to manage menopause symptoms varies for each woman and can include lifestyle changes, hormone therapy, and alternative therapies.
To maintain a healthy pregnancy and protect the health of your baby, it is important to see a healthcare provider regularly, eat a balanced and nutritious diet, exercise regularly, avoid harmful substances such as tobacco and alcohol, and follow your provider’s recommendations for prenatal care.