Rockledge, Florida

Marja Sprock, M.D., FACOG, FPMRS Board Certified
Fellowship Trained Urogynecologist

Now Accepting New Patients

info@CFUroGyn.com      Phone:  321-806-3929

Recently Published

new  New Treatments for Vaginal Atrophy

new  The Healthy Weight Lifestyle Formula

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new  Laser and the Vagina

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new  Overactive Bladder

new  Painful Bladder Syndrome / Interstitial Cystitis

new  Stress Urinary Incontinence

new  The Thrill is Gone

new  Chronic Constipation

Laser Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy

Have You Had Your Pap Smear?

Resources for Pelvic Floor Disorders

The Uterine Fibroid Dilemma

Are You Leaking ?

New Non-Surgical Laser Solution for Stress Urinary Incontinence

New Treatment Option for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Non-hormonal Vaginal Atrophy Treatment -- Non-painful Sex Without Estrogen

In-Office Painless Laser Vaginal Tightening

Central Florida UroGynecology Announces LASER 4D Aesthetics

Accidental Bowel Loss - A Socially Hidden Problem

Nerve Stimulation to Treat Urinary and Fecal Problems

Is UTI a Major Health Problem?

It Appeared to be an Overactive Bladder

Pessary Treatment of Prolapse

Overactive Bladder Evaluation Chart

Accidental Bowel Loss or Fecal Incontinence

Overactive Bladder Guidelines

Vaginoplasty and the “Designer Vagina”

Surgical Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence

Recurrent UTI - Urinary Tract Infection

Pads are "Out of Style"

Stool or Bowel Incontinence

Pain with Sex

Nightime Urination

A Tighter Vagina - the Answer to Happiness

Do not Let Urine Loss Color the Golden Years

Office Injection Procedure for Urinary Incontinence

Read a Magazine and Regain Urinary Continence

Position Statement on Mesh Midurethral Slings

Botox Covered by Insurance

Walk to Guard Against Disease!

Estrogen Treatment Possible Side-Effects Often Overstated -- Consider the Benefits!

What the doctor does not tell you…

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Health and Feeling Good About Yourself

I have to Go All the Time

Treatments for Fecal Incontinence

Third Generation i-Lipo Xcell now available!  FIRST IN U.S.A.

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 March 19     March 10

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Sexy Meshes ???

Control Incontinence.  Enjoy Being a Senior!

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Inches Off Where You Want Them Off - I-Lipo® Introduction

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The Healthy Weight Lifestyle Formula
By: Katrina Davis, M.D. and Marja Sprock, M.D.

Weight management is a major issue. More than 2/3 of adults in the US are trying to either lose or maintain their weight. Hectic lifestyles, processed foods, large portions and decreased physical activity work against us. We try to manage our weight due to body image and self-esteem, but also for health benefits. The more we weigh, the more likely we are to be sick and not live as long. As our weight goes up, our life span goes down. Diabetes, high blood pressure, joint issues, and heart disease are all more common when we have an unhealthy weight.

The ultimate goal is to burn more calories than you take in. To do this, we need at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity each week. Whether it is running, walking, swimming, dancing or riding a bike, our bodies need to move to burn calories. Today there are so many options to help us get moving. You can join a gym; get a personal trainer; use workout videos at home; or even stream workout guidance through your lap top or phone. You can track your activity on paper; on your smart phone; or fitness gadgets that you can wear on your wrist. Use the tools available to you help you reach a healthy activity level.

More than 2/3 of adults in the US are trying to either lose or maintain their weight.  

Hectic lifestyles, processed foods, large portions and decreased physical activity work against us.

We also need to watch food intake to help us control our body weight. Regardless if the chosen eating lifestyle is balanced low-calorie; low-fat low calorie; moderate-fat low calorie; low-carbohydrate; or Mediterranean, each will likely work if followed. The concepts are similar in the end and different things work best for different people. At Central Florida UroGynecology, Dr. Davis has been working with patients to help them understand the daily portion of different food groups which will either lead to weight loss or maintaining your weight. Sometimes all we need to learn is how to eat healthy in the right portions and the right combinations of types of food to reach our fitness goals. Eating a balanced diet that includes appropriate amounts of the various nutrients helps to curb cravings. Limiting the amount of gluten and not using artificial sugars will also diminish your desire to eat all the time and in larger volumes. Remember the main thing will be healthy food choices and portion control.

Last but not least, it is important to lose weight at a safe pace. The Center for Disease Control recommends that weight loss should be at a rate of 1-2 pounds per week to avoid muscle loss. Weight loss at this rate is also more likely to be true weight and not water weight that you regain quickly. Beware of fad diets and eating programs that cause rapid weight loss as this can be harmful to your health and usually is not sustainable.

  • Try Dr. Davis’ food portion control instruction and guidance
  • At least 150 minutes each week of moderate-intensity physical activity is a critical component of weight loss and maintenance
  • You did not gain all your weight in one month, it will not all come off in one month
  • Slow and steady wins the race

Weight management requires work on your part. There will be no reward if you do not start taking control of your weight and eating habits today. Remember, you were only given one body and you better take care of it as best you can. There are ways that we can assist you. Dr. Davis has developed an entire weight support program. Call our clinic today to see how we can help you on your journey.

See Dr. Davis and get started on living healthy and feeling better.

Call Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge 321-806-3929 or visit www.CFUroGyn.com for more information. 

"Central Florida UroGynecology where high tech and common sense meet"

   

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101 Eyster Boulevard, Rockledge, FL 32955

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