2055 Kimball Avenue, Suite 101
Medical Arts Building
Waterloo, Iowa 50702-5047
319-272-2112

WALK-IN appointments taken Monday – Friday 9am-4pm and Saturday 9-11am.

SAME-DAY appointments available during regular office hours. Call 319-272-2112 to schedule. 

Our phone is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!

Holiday Hours

Thursday, November 28th:  Closed          Friday, November 29th:  9 am - 12 noon          Saturday, November 30th:  Closed

Friday, December 20th: 8 am - 12 noon          Saturday, December 21st:  Closed

Tuesday, December 24th:  8 am - 12 noon          Wednesday, December 25th: Closed

January 1st (2020): Closed

Services

GYN Services

Colposcopy

A colposcopy is a way your doctor can examine your genitals, vagina and cervix more closely. A colposcope is an instrument that shines a light on the cervix and magnifies the view for your doctor. At the beginning of the exam, you lie back and place your feet in the stirrups as you would for a pap smear. Your doctor inserts a speculum into your vagina and opens it slightly so your cervix can be seen. Then your doctor applies a vinegar solution to the cervix and vagina with a cotton ball or swab. The vinegar makes abnormal tissue turn white so your doctor can identify areas that may need further evaluation.

If your doctor sees areas of abnormal tissue during the colposcopy, he or she may also perform a biopsy. This involves removing small samples of tissue from any abnormal areas in or around the cervix. A specialist doctor called a pathologist will examine these samples.

It usually only takes 20 to 30 minutes for your doctor to complete a colposcopy and biopsy.