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Meet Angela Filipowicz Rothstein, WHNP, MSN, RN-C
Angela was born and raised on Long Island, New York. She received her undergraduate degree in nursing at Binghamton University and graduated from The State University of New York at Stony Brook as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner in 1998. She has been practicing as a WHNP for 17+ years in a variety of OB/GYN settings. She has also taught Obstetrics to RN students at Hondros College School of Nursing. She currently specializes in bio-identical hormones and integrates a functional medicine/holistic approach to her practice. 
 
Additionally, Angela is passionate about nutrition and fitness. She has been a competitive NPC Figure/Bikini athlete for the last 5 years. She has competed in 14 shows at both the local and national levels and placed Top 5 multiple times in Ohio and Kentucky. She loves to help other women achieve their personal health and fitness goals.
 
Angela presently resides in Centerville,  Ohio with her 8-year-old son, Jack.
 
 

What can she do for me?

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The Complete Women’s Practice will now be providing state of the art diagnostic hormone testing. Through this testing we can determine your hormone levels and your unique bio identical hormone needs.

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We are offering a special introductory price of $325 for the Dutch testing. Now through November 30,2015

Angela will provide you with a thorough consultation to help interpret the test results. She can then get you started on a customized treatment plan using a prescribed regimen of Metagenics.

 

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October 13th, 2015

Posted In: MedSpa, OBGYN

Ask yourself the following questions:

1.Does your period affect your quality of life?

2.Are your periods heavy or do they last a long time?

3.Would your quality of life improve if you could decrease or potentially eliminate your heavy periods?

4.Do your heavy periods affect your social, athletic or sexual activities or cause you to miss work?

5.Do you change protection frequently or carry large quantities of feminine products and/or a change of clothes? 6.Do your heavy periods cause anxiety, PMS, or pain?

If yes, call today and schedule an appointment to discuss options.

What is NovaSure Endometrial Ablation?

NovaSure® endometrial ablation is a quick, safe, and simple procedure to lighten or stop your periods, without the side effects of hormones or the risks of hysterectomy. In office procedure options available.

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July 20th, 2015

Posted In: OBGYN

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A more accurate test

Harmony is more accurate than traditional Down syndrome blood tests and much less likely to give a false-positive result. That means there will be much less chance your doctor would recommend follow-up testing, such as amniocentesis.

Harmony also tests for two other genetic conditions, trisomy 18 (Edward syndrome) and trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome).

In addition, with Harmony you have the option to evaluate X and Y sex chromosomes (BOY or GIRL).

Greater clarity

Harmony Prenatal Test has unsurpassed accuracy, bringing clarity to genetic testing for common trisomy’s.

Conventional prenatal screening methods using serum proteins and ultrasound have higher false-positive rates, causing healthcare providers and their patients unnecessary worry and additional invasive testing.

  • In blinded clinical trials, Harmony correctly identified over 99% of cases of trisomy 21
  • Conventional screening tests can miss 15% or more of trisomy 21 cases

 

February 4th, 2015

Posted In: OBGYN

Myriad Hereditary Cancer Testing

Having the information you need about your risk of cancer can help improve health and quality of life while reducing healthcare costs. Myriad’s hereditary cancer testing products have been used to help millions of people make more informed healthcare choices. We offer testing for several inherited cancers including breast, ovarian, colon, skin (melanoma), uterine, pancreatic, gastric and prostate cancer. Myriad’s hereditary cancer tests provide vital information to help people with a strong personal or family history of cancer understand their own risk of developing the disease. With this information, they can take steps to potentially prevent cancer, delay the onset of the disease or catch it at an earlier stage when outcomes and survival rates are better.

Does Cancer Run In Your Family?

Cancer may be inherited if:

  • It occurs at a young age (e.g., below 50)
  • It develops in multiple family members
  • There are rare cancers in a family

Cancers can be inherited from either the mother’s or father’s side of the family. To help assess whether you might be at risk of hereditary cancer and might benefit from genetic testing, take the Hereditary Cancer Quiz https://www.hereditarycancerquiz.com/ . This simple, 30-second quiz can help you get the information you need to discuss your risk of cancer with your healthcare professional and ask for further evaluation. If you take the quiz and find red flags in your own or your family’s health history, you may benefit from hereditary cancer testing.

Visit https://ms360.myriad.com/ for more information about hereditary cancer tests and the testing process.

Myriad MyRisk™ Hereditary Cancer

Myriad MyRisk™ Hereditary Cancer panel can help to determine your cancer risk for eight primary cancers: https://www.myriadpro.com/myrisk/hereditary-cancer-panel-overview/

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December 16th, 2014

Posted In: OBGYN

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month

At The Complete Women’s Practice we understand how important early detection is.  Managing Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) begins with discovering who is at risk and if they may be right for genetic testing to identify BRCA mutations that are responsible for most cases of HBOC.

To learn if you are at risk for HBOC, ask your family if there is a history of any of the following:

  • Ovarian cancer
  • Breast cancer diagnosed before age 50
  • Two primary breast cancers
  • Male breast cancer
  • Triple Negative Breast Cancer
  • Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry with an HBOC-associated cancer
  • Three or more HBOC-associated cancers at any age
  • A previously identified HBOC syndrome mutation in the family

DID YOU KNOW?
1 IN 7 OVARIAN CANCERS ARE HEREDITARY

NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN MANAGING YOUR RISK

Call us at (937) 433-6513 to make an appointment for a screening.  If you’re new to The Complete Women’s Practice you can download our new patient registration form before you come in.

August 26th, 2014

Posted In: OBGYN