CU's Perinatal Resource Offering Mood Integrated Services & Evaluation (PROMISE) clinic provides counseling for women during and after pregnancy for mood disorders & anxiety.
CU’s Complex Colposcopy Clinic is well-equipped to handle all colposcopy cases. A colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure involving the use of a colposcope, a magnifying device that allows a doctor to closely examine the cervix, vulva and vagina. Colposcopies are most commonly performed after a patient receives abnormal results on a pap smear, a test used to identify cervical cancer.
CU's Pelvic Pain Clinic utilizes physical therapy, compounding pharmacies (tailor-made prescription medications), trigger point injections, and other alternative therapies to treat pain.
The Vaginitis Clinic at the University of Colorado, within the Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN), is a unique clinical concept that focuses on treating chronic vaginitis and related skin conditions of the vulva.