Giving Hope To You
Congratulations Dr. Greenberg!
Dr. Laura Greenberg will be retiring at the end of June, 2020.
AboutDr. Laura Greenberg opened her private practice in 1989 in Portland Oregon after completing a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) at Oregon Health Sciences and University (OHSU). Dr Greenberg is Board Certified in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology. She is a graduate of U.C. San Diego and she did her residency in OB/GYN at Harbor UCLA, in Los Angeles. Dr Greenberg is married and has two daughters and in her free time she likes to play tennis, hike, read, cook and spend time with family and friends. She loves to help women having problems conceiving. She offers many forms of infertility treatments, both basic and advanced. Additionally, she performs fertility surgeries such as hysteroscopies, laparoscopies, myomectomies and microscopic tubal reversals. Her second area of interest is hormone disorders of women. Finally, she sees patients with gynecology problems (not trying to conceive) such as endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and fibroid tumors. She works with women having period problems, ovarian cysts and other female hormone disorders. Please note she does not provide primary care, do annual exams or prenatal care.
" Our practice is committed to providing the highest quality individualized care to each of our patients. We provide personalized attention in a friendly, courteous and confidential environment. "
Endometriosis: Symptoms, Treatment, & Support
This film has been created to help educate women about what is normal, and what isn’t when it comes to pain. It highlights the symptoms of endometriosis, explains diagnosis and treatment options, and encourages those — who recognize these symptoms within themselves — to seek help before their long-term health is affected.
Natural Solutions to Infertility
Over the past few decades, infertility issues have increased dramatically in our country. According to 2002 CDC statistics, 7.3 million or 11.8% of women of childbearing age were shown to have received some sort of infertility services. How can this diagnosis be treated without aggressive prescription drugs?