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Whether you need primary or specialty care, you can expect the latest treatments, advanced technology, and minimally invasive techniques to help you on your journey to better health.

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Whether you need primary or specialty care, you can expect the latest treatments, advanced technology, and minimally invasive techniques to help you on your journey to better health.

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PRIMARY AND SPECIALTY WOMEN’S CARE

Comprehensive treatment options for every age and stage of your life.

Our internationally recognized experts provide personalized solutions ranging from routine obstetrics and gynecological care to highly specialized services, including maternal-fetal medicine, urogynecology, gynecologic oncology, and genetic counseling.

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Patient Stories

Fifty years of running required one active senior to need double knee replacements. Learn how the procedures improved his bowlegged frame and enabled him to participate in distance running again.
Clubfoot can be treated weeks after birth with full-leg casts, stretching, and therapy. Learn how a UT Physicians pediatric orthopedic surgeon treated Jazael’s birth defect and supported his mom.
Born with a third nostril and webbed fingers, a team of UT Physicians pediatric plastic surgeons helped a 6-year-old girl to breathe normally, and maximize the use of her left hand.
In the two years since her last procedure, 9-year-old Sofia Speir has been nearly seizure-free. Learn how the pediatric epilepsy program at UT Physicians vastly improved her quality of life.
A team of UT Physicians orthopedic surgeons helped a police officer shot in the line of duty. Learn how extensive procedures and his determination got him back to helping Houston two years later.
A UT Physicians orthopedic surgeon saved the day for one athlete who received a misdiagnosis in the emergency room. Today, he is achieving his college athletic dreams.
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RESEARCH
Across the United States, more babies born at 22 weeks’ gestation are admitted to neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) and surviving in increasing numbers, according to a new study led by UTHealth Houston.
Across the United States, more babies born at 22 weeks’ gestation are admitted to neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) and surviving in increasing numbers, according to a new study led by UTHealth Houston.