The Center for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the first private practice clinic of its kind in the Southeast.The center focuses on the total health care needs of the patient with polycystic ovarian syndrome.Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common endocrinopathy known, it is caused by the excessive production of male hormone by the ovaries.Frequently encountered problems are irregular menstrual cycles, increased dark hair growth, acne, excessive weight gain, or difficulty losing weight.Individuals with polycystic ovarian syndrome are at increased risks for long term health problems, especially diabetes and heart disease.The Center for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the sister clinic to the Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine, our downtown clinic focusing on patients with primarily infertility concerns.The goal at the Center for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is to achieve the highest quality of care at the lowest cost, and to provide this care in the warmest most comfortable office environment possible.
The Center for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome boasts an impressive staff, including Dr.Kevin L. Winslow, the Program Director, Board Certified Reproductive Medicine subspecialist, completed his fellowship at the Eastern Virginia School of Medicine. Dr. Daniel M. Duffy is a Board Certified Reproductive Medicine specialist who completed his fellowship at the University of Southern California. Dr. Michael L. Freeman is a Board Certified Reproductive Medicine subspecialist who completed his fellowship at Wayne State University. Dr. Travis W. McCoy completed his Fellowship at the University of Louisville. We have a Registered Dietitian, Melissa Timonere, who is very knowledgeable in the special dietary needs of the PCOS patient, as well as a licensed laser hair removal specialist, Karen Lanier.
•Diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome
•Regulation of menstrual cyclicity
•Management of blood sugar problems
•Management of lipid problems
•Management of excessive hair growth
•Management of acne
•Management of weight problems
Patients primarily concerned with infertility will be referred to our downtown clinic, Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine.