OBGYN services located in San Jose, CA

Finding the right OB/GYN is a critical part of women’s health, but it isn’t always easy. Many women in and around San Jose, California, choose Athiya Javid, MD, of Nür Wellness Clinic to assist them as they move through the phases of life. To see what makes Dr. Javid so unique, call the office to book an initial visit or schedule online any time of day. 


What is an OB/GYN?

An OB/GYN is a health practitioner specializing in gynecology and obstetrics. Gynecology focuses on a woman’s reproductive health. Obstetrics focuses on the process of conceiving, carrying, and delivering a child.

The training to become an OB/GYN involves extensive hands-on experience. Practitioners also learn how to make the most of the advanced diagnostic and treatment platforms that guide women’s health.  

Medical practitioners specializing in the OB/GYN field do so because they are dedicated to enhancing the lives of the women in their care. Being an OB/GYN is a true calling for many, including Dr. Javid. It’s an honor to play such a vital role in the lives of so many women. 

How can my OB/GYN improve my overall health and wellness?

Preventive care is a central focus when working with your OB/GYN. Your practitioner provides the screenings you need at each phase of life. The information gleaned during your well-woman visits goes into your personal medical record. 

This living document becomes an invaluable resource over time. Dr. Javid can identify potentially problematic changes over time, enabling her to shape your health plan accordingly. 

As women enter menopause, partnering with an OB/GYN is important. Menopause can bring many troubling changes, and choosing the right treatment path is essential to restoring a sense of balance. 

Dr. Javid is also happy to advise you on some of the general health topics that women face in high numbers. Issues like heart health, mental health, and hypertension are just a few examples. 

When is the right time to begin working with an OB/GYN?

Many mothers choose to bring their daughters in for adolescent gynecology visits during their mid-to-late teenage years. These early visits do not usually involve a pelvic exam and focus on building a trusting bond between patient and practitioner. 

Young women can discuss a number of topics during these visits, including:

  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Birth control
  • Sexual health
  • Prevention, screening, and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases

Girls who feel comfortable meeting with an OB/GYN are more likely to continue working with a women’s health provider as they enter adulthood. This means they’ll receive the preventive health benefits they need to thrive, regardless of what life brings their way. 

To get started, call today or make an appointment online.