At this time, we are requiring masks to be worn by both patients and our team in clinic to ensure your safety and ours.

Please see FAQ’s and News for additional detailed information including Telehealth instructions, class and support group updates, and clinic news.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    • Our Fort Collins and Loveland offices are currently open from 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday. Telehealth appointments are also available to patients. Our Greeley office is now closed.
      We will resume to regular business hours starting Monday, May 4th, 8-5pm Monday-Thursday and 8-4pm on Fridays.

       

    • Yes! We are seeing our prenatal and postpartum patients through our Telehealth platform and in the office if necessary. The Telehealth option for lactation allows for flexible and prompt appointment scheduling and is an excellent way to receive breastfeeding support.  All patients can call 970-493-7442 ext 3951 or email hooverj@fwc.com to speak directly with a lactation consultant to determine which appointment is best and schedule.

    • Please note the current safety guidelines for appointments. Thank you for your compliance and keeping yourself, other patients and our staff safe.

      • Patients & staff must wear face coverings in our offices for safety of all
      • No children under the age of 16 are permitted in our waiting rooms at this time
      • Limit of one support person at your appointment
      • Patients will be screened for symptoms both when making appointments and checking-in.
      • Please practice social distancing in our reception and waiting rooms
      • Please schedule your appointments over the phone; no walk up scheduling

      If you have ANY of the following symptoms you must reschedule your appointment:

      Fever
      Cough
      Any upper respiratory symptoms

      If you have traveled outside of the country in the last 14 days, or have been in contact with someone who has, please notify your provider.

    • No, The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado does not perform elective abortions.

    • FAQs

      The Issue     Menopause can affect a woman’s quality of life in unexpected ways. Now, there is a gentle laser therapy that can help millions of women who are silently suffering from vaginal dryness and pain with intimacy due to lack of estrogen after menopause.

      What is the MonaLisa Touch?        The MonaLisa Touch is a gentle laser therapy that delivers controlled energy to the vaginal wall. It restores vaginal health by generating new collagen, elastin and vascularization. The MonaLisa Touch has been available in the US since 2014 and thousands of patients have been treated worldwide.

      For which patients is this treatment appropriate?        The MonaLisa Touch maybe appropriate for any woman suffering from symptoms of a decline in estrogen such as dryness, pain with intercourse, urinary urgency, or mild stress incontinence. Women who suffer from lichen sclerosus, a skin condition, may also benefit from treatment.

      Where can I have this done?        The MonaLisa Touch is an in-office procedure performed by our gynecologists.

      Does the procedure hurt?        The procedure utilizes a topical anesthetic, but the actual treatment is not painful. Many patients report that it feels like a gentle vibration or cramping

      How long does it take?          Treatments take about 5 minutes to perform.

       When will I see results?          Many patients feel improvement after the very first treatment, although most patients will require multiple treatments that are generally spaced 4-6 weeks apart.

      How long does it last?          Some patients may need a follow up treatment at one year.

       What are my limitations after the procedure is done?          Patients should refrain from sexual activity for at least 24 hours. Your doctor will determine a post-procedure regimen

       How much will the procedure cost?          Patients should contact the clinic directly for information.

      Is this procedure safe for women with breast cancer?          Yes, the MonaLisa Touch therapy is particularly well suited for patients who cannot or prefer not to use estrogen therapy.