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State of the Art Medical Care for Women Available in Johns Creek and Cumming

Featured in CountyLine Magazine

With no time to be sick, in pain or have surgery, the physicians of Modern OBGYN, know that educating women with different options for surgery is important. Dr. John Reyes, Dr. Ingrid Reyes and, newest addition, Dr. Natu Mmbaga understand that one way of helping women in this busy world is through minimally invasive surgical options via robotic surgery and in-office surgical procedures. “There are so many great options for women,” Dr. John Reyes said. “It’s our job to get that information to them and make them aware they don’t need large incisions, long hospital stays, or painful recovery times.”

Minimally invasive robotic surgery allows the physicians at Modern OBGYN to operate through just a few small incisions. Featuring a high-definition vision system and tiny wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human wrist, da Vinci enables them to operate with enhanced vision, precision and control.

As the first surgeons to perform da Vinci robotic surgeries at Emory Johns Creek Hospital, the husband and wife team, Dr. Ingrid and Dr. John, know some common issues that can be addressed with robotic surgery are hysterectomies, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain and heavy bleeding. Striving to do their best for the women in the community, Dr. John said, “It’s a blessing to be able to do minimally invasive and robotic surgeries on patients suffering from longstanding issues such as infertility from endometriosis, fibroids, or pelvic adhesive disease.”

Caring for patients in their own practice since 2010 and adding Yale University-trained, Dr. Mmbaga, in September, Modern OBGYN is able to care for more patients and now at two different office locations: Johns Creek and Cumming, on the Northside Forsyth campus.

Along with compassionate care for patients and their needed surgeries, Modern OBGYN strives to give expecting mothers the support they need by making sure that the mothers know their doctor, personally. “You’ll always know us, and we’ll always know you,” Dr. John said. “No surprises when it comes time to deliver!” Dr. John says the best part about building doctor-patient relationships is, “We can help them become pregnant, and come full-circle to care for them during their pregnancy and delivery. It’s the full spectrum of caring for what’s so important to a woman’s life—her health and her family.”

Modern OBGYN also provides routine annual exams, Pap smears, HPV testing, irregular cycles, menopause and other common women’s issues. The physicians perform robotic surgery at both Emory Johns Creek Hospital and Northside Hospital-Forsyth.

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