Partner with the breast specialists of the Englewood Health Physician Network to protect your health with exceptional care. Get personalized attention in a comfortable setting near your home in New Jersey and New York.
Comprehensive Breast Care
Benefit from individualized services for benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) breast conditions, including:
- Diagnostic and screening exams, such as
- a clinical breast exam (CBE),
- breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
- breast duct imaging,
- breast biopsy,
- breast ultrasound, or
- fine needle aspiration (FNA)
- Genetic counseling to determine breast cancer risk
- Breast surgery, including surgical breast biopsy, cyst removal, breast reduction, mastectomy, or lumpectomy. For more information about surgical treatment of breast cancer, visit The Lefcourt Family Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center at Englewood Health website.
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Routine Breast Exams
See your primary care provider or a gynecologist each year for a well-woman exam. Your provider will do a CBE (a physical exam of the breast) and teach you how to do a breast self-exam at home.
Talk to your doctor if you have a breast lump, pain that doesn’t go away, non-milk discharge from a nipple, or other changes in your breast. Expect high-quality care because your Englewood Health provider has advanced training to diagnose and treat breast conditions. These include:
- Calcifications — Small pieces of calcium in the breast
- Fibrocystic breast changes — Lumps in the breast caused by cysts (sacs of fluid)
- Galactorrhea — Discharge from the nipple that isn’t related to pregnancy or breastfeeding
- Gynecomastia — Enlarged breast tissue in males
- Mastitis — Infection of the breast that can cause swelling, pain, and fever
- Breast cancer
Your Treatment Plan
Trust that your Englewood Health provider will answer your questions and help you feel as comfortable as possible during your visit.
- Additional tests, such as a breast MRI, biopsy, or FNA
- Lifestyle changes, including wearing a supportive bra or eating a different diet
- Medications, such as over-the-counter drugs like aspirin or ibuprofen