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New Patients Welcome! 512-425-3825

located near Mopac & Parmer

gynecologic consultant to the

UT Women’s Athletic Program

Individualized care at every stage & every age

Natural Beginning Birth Center

Individualized care at every stage & every age

New Patients Welcome! 512-425-3825

located near Mopac & Parmer

Natural Beginning Birth Center

Individualized care at every stage & every age

New Patients Welcome! 512-425-3825

located near Mopac & Parmer

gynecologic consultant to the

UT Women’s Athletic Program

Natural Beginning Birth Center

Getting to Know Siobhan Kubesh, CNM

What is your favorite way to exercise or where do you spend time outdoors in Austin? I love walking my neighborhood with my girlfriends and spending time boating on Lake Austin and Lake Travis with my family. How would your encourage women or what would you say to the...

Getting to Know Dr. Piparia

When did you know you wanted to be a physician? I knew I wanted to be a physician in my 7th grade biology class. I remember learning that there were 206 major bones in the human body and I remember thinking I wanted to know each and every one of them and how they all...

Getting to Know Dr. Sebestyen

When did you know you wanted to become a physician? I thought I might want to be a physician in high school, so I got a job as a receptionist in a pediatric office to investigate the possibility. I ultimately decided with certainty in my senior year of college after...

What is a Cesarean Section?

(Tips to Avoid) Cesarean Delivery    According to legend, Julius Caesar was born surgically, thus lending his name to the well-known practice of Cesarean section or C-section for short. In this past, this was done for a truly life saving purpose for the mom or baby....

Get to Know Dr. Maansi Piparia

Hi there everyone! I'm Dr. Maansi Piparia, and even though I have been here at the practice for a year now, I am still the newest doctor of the group! I am sure some of you have met me already but just to give you a little background, I was born in Canton, Ohio but...

First Quarter Birth Stats for 2014

January 56 deliveries  45 vaginal, 11 cesarean sections (5 primary, 6 repeat) February 57 deliveries 45 vaginal, 12 cesarean sections (7 primary, 5 repeat) March  58 deliveries  45 vaginal, 13 cesarean sections April  48 deliveries   37 vaginal, 11 cesarean...

Breast Cancer Awareness and Prevention

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in females in the United States and the second most common cause of cancer death in women. Approximately one-half of newly diagnosed breast cancers can be explained by known risk factors, such as age at menarche, first live...

Proper Technique and the Importance of Breast Self Exam

Breast self exam has long been included with the standard instructions during the annual well woman exam. However, there are very few randomized trials examining the effectiveness of this routine.  One large study in China compared breast self exam (BSE) to a control...

It’s National Women’s Health Week!

National Women’s Health Week kicked off on Mother’s Day and yesterday was National Women’s Checkup Day. These nationwide awareness campaigns happen every year in the month of May to encourage women to schedule their annual well-women visits. The U.S. Department of...

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