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Cathy J. Berry MD & Associates is an all woman OB/GYN practice that has been providing unique care to the woman of central New York for many years.

Dr. Berry practices in two locations: The Radisson Healthcenter, Baldwinsville and 101 Pine St., Syracuse, along with three nurse practitioners and two midwives. All six providers are accepting new patients at this time and they accept most major medical insurances.

Their goal is to empower and educate woman therefore allowing them to be an integral part of the healthcare team. They have working partnerships with many diverse alternative care providers from herbal treatments, acupuncture, reiki, massage therapy, and physical therapy. These compliment our more traditional gynecological services, which include: premenstrual syndrome, treatment of vulvodynia, fibroid management, infertility/polycystic ovarian syndrome management, menopausal/perimenopausal management, as well as Implanon and IUD's, which are two of many birth control methods that are options at Dr. Berry and Associates.

Dr. Berry and Associates is fortunate to have been one of the first practices in the area to offer centering pregnancy and are excited to announce they will be continuing to offer this to their expectant mothers. This is a rewarding model of prenatal care that allows mothers a dynamic way to participate in their care. They also have two on staff childbirth educators for the educational needs of all of their patients. Dr. Berry also prides herself on her willingness to offer VBAC's (vaginal birth after cesarean section) and the high success rate she has with this. Dr. Berry and the midwives Charina Carissimi and Janet Ortalani deliver at Crouse Hospital.

They look forward to providing you with the wellness and vitality you deserve. Please visit them at cathyjberrymd.com or give them a call at one of their two locations: Baldwinsville at 638-0263 and Syracuse 422-8105.

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