«Scandinavia» clinic network provides a full range of gynecological care services, including:
assistance in selecting hormonal replacement therapy;
diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), inflammatory diseases, and cervix disorders;
endoscopic diagnostic and surgical procedures (colposcopy, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy);
performing a radiofrequency biopsy of the cervical tissue;
myomectomy — a surgery to remove fibroids while preserving the uterus.
We ensure that no unnecessary tests or procedures are conducted. Our OB-GYNs are fluent in English and German.
We offer a comprehensive health check program tailored for women preparing for motherhood. This program includes visits to three specialists: an obstetrician-gynecologist, a dentist, and a therapist.
Within the “General gynecology” field, the clinic provides the following services for patients who want to conceive:
hysterosalpingography — an X-ray procedure that is used to see if fallopian tubes are blocked;
“Scandinavia” also provides assistance to pregnant women in the following areas:
treatment of pregnancy complications in an outpatient facility;
creating comfortable and safe conditions for childbirth;
Clinic consultations facilitate coordinated patient care among multiple specialists within a single healthcare facility.
During the consultation, the doctor may perform an ultrasound examination of the pelvic organs using vaginal and/or transabdominal probes.
Using a specialized technique known as HyCoSy (hystero-salpingo contrast sonography), doctors can determine if a patient has any blockages in their fallopian tubes or additional tissue inside the uterus. This equipment helps detect even the slightest deviation in the health of both the mother and the baby.
This is a type of ultrasound diagnostic technique that examines blood flow characteristics in the fetus and uterine vessels. According to medical recommendations, it is performed even during a normally progressing pregnancy. However, Doppler ultrasound is particularly crucial in cases of fetal abnormalities, maternal pathologies (such as gestational diabetes, hypertension, and the risk of developing preeclampsia), and Rh incompatibility.
“Scandinavia” clinic network offers a comprehensive range of laboratory tests for pregnant women. The diagnostics recommended by the doctor help identify autoimmune diseases and the patient's genetic predisposition to pregnancy complications.
Treatment and Prevention of Specific Conditions
During the consultation, the gynecologist, in collaboration with the hematologist, will formulate a treatment plan to correct changes in the patient's blood clotting. This will serve as a preventive measure against serious pregnancy complications.
If necessary, pregnant women can receive consultations and treatment in an outpatient setting or, based on indications, in the 24-hour inpatient department.
Akopyan Sergey Vladimirovich — obstetrician-gynecologist, sex therapist. 17 years experience.
Smyk Ekaterina Borisovna — obstetrician-gynecologist. 15 years experience.
Shlyapnikova Irina Leonidovna — obstetrician-gynecologist, gynecologist surgeon, pediatric gynaecologist. 33 years experience.