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8391 Commerce Road Suite 101 Commerce Township, MI 48382

Guiding Your Path to Wellness

Empower yourself and find your happiness through our certified counselors.

Guiding Your Path to Wellness

Our care providers practice under a shared decision-making approach to provide our medical expertise and best advice while empowering you to take control of your health.

Understanding what’s happening with your body is the first step to achieving your best health. This could mean navigating fertility and pregnancy, identifying a medical condition, managing pain, improving your nutritional health, or better understanding your contraceptive options. Through our close, trusted relationships with each of our patients, we provide the best individualized counseling services to support and educate you through every stage of your life.

Together, we will identify your needs or concerns and maintain an open conversation about the best care plan for your healthiest body and mind.

Generations of patients trust us with their care. Start your story with us.

Fitness and Exercise/Nutrition/Weight Management

No matter your age and no matter your reproductive journey, maintaining good eating habits and a well-rounded exercise routine are the core elements to the healthiest you possible—our number one priority, always.

Our care providers have all the expertise, knowledge, and resources to help you create an individualized nutrition and exercise health management program based on your personal health goals.

If you’re pregnant, you are your baby’s primary source of nutrition, so a healthy lifestyle is even more critical. Throughout your entire pregnancy, we work with you to develop and follow the ideal prenatal health management program based on you and your baby’s personal needs.

We know the best way to follow a healthy lifestyle is having a plan and setting a routine.


Physical and emotional changes around the time of your period are normal. In fact, at least 90% of women with regular menstrual cycles report unpleasant physical or psychological symptoms before their period.

We are uniquely specialized in careful counseling for women suffering from PMS and PMDD. Our focus is helping you manage premenstrual mood changes so they don’t cause significant disruption in your life or overall health. 

The Difference Between PMS and PMDD

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is the general combination of symptoms that many women get about a week or two before their period, including bloating, headaches, and moodiness. For the majority of women, these symptoms are mild and tolerable, but certainly not comfortable. However, some women’s symptoms can be much more serious—even disabling. 

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) causes severe irritability, depression, or anxiety in the week or two before your period starts. 

We will work with you to create a care plan for navigating your body’s natural process, especially before and during your menstrual cycle. From lifestyle changes and physical therapy to medication and hormonal treatments, we will find the solution for you.  

Postpartum Depression

If you think you may be suffering from postpartum depression, you’re not alone. There is hope.

Mood swings, sadness, irritability, trouble sleeping, and anxiety are all normal symptoms during and after pregnancy. These feelings are often referred to as the “baby blues”. However, some new mothers’ “baby blues” include much more serious signs:

  • Severe mood swings
  • Withdrawal from friends and family
  • Fatigue
  • Intense anger and a lack of interest in life
  • Sometimes, thoughts of harming yourself or your baby

Postpartum depression affects at least 10­-15% of women every year. We are here to support you.

Our counseling services focus on the critical health and safety of you and your baby, ensuring you a support system through every phase of your experience. Sometimes simple lifestyle changes can improve some symptoms, but postpartum depression is a serious condition that can last for months or even years if not treated by a professional. If you feel like you and your baby’s safety is at risk from postpartum depression, it is very important that you reach out immediately and find the support and information you need to be safe.

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