Navita Modi, M.D. is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG). Dr. Modi has been in practice for nearly Fourteen years. Dr. Modi is Board certified (Diplomat of American Board of OBGYN) and has taken certified trainings to perform minimally invasive surgeries utilizing the most current technology in the surgical arena da Vinci and Olympus 3-D. Dr. Modis interests include strong commitment to patient education, research in womens health care, and teaching. Dr. Modi has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of womens diseases, especially dealing with the female reproductive system, performing advanced gynecologic surgeries, including diagnostic, emergency, and Urogyn procedures. Dr. Modi has an outstanding ability to provide care with emphasis on a holistic approach, treating the female patient as a physical, emotional, and social being. With her ability to establish rapport with the patients, unfailing flexibility, and adaptability to constantly changing circumstances, she has been able to deliver superior results under extreme pressures. Dr. Modi has published various research papers and articles throughout her professional career. Dr. Modi has also received recognition awards for her outstanding performances VIP award by Ohio Health and chosen among Americas Top OB/GYNs by Consumer Research Council of America, are a few.Dr. Modi is dedicated to providing compassionate care to women of all ages. When not in the office or at the hospital, Dr. Modi enjoys spending time with friends and family, teaching and helping various charitable organizations.
Education and Training
Howard University Hospital MD 2004
Guru Gobind Singh Medical College M.B.B.S 1996
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics and GynecologyAmerican Board of Obstetrics and GynecologyABOG- Critical Care Medicine- 2014
Dr. Navita Modi, MD's Expert Contributions
There can be lots of reasons: sometimes it can be a simple infection or sometimes it is endometriosis. I will advise you to see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
Please avoid fish, and also avoid food which has lots of fat and carbs. READ MORE
Wait for a week or two. If bleeding continues after that, you should see your ob/gyn, but anyway, your bleeding should not be heavy. In that case, you need to see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
It depends what kind of IUD you have. If it is Mirena, it comes out in 5 years, and if it is CU IUD, it comes out in 10 years, and if it is Skyla, it comes out in 3 years. READ MORE
I advise her to visit her ob/gyn. Sometimes it can be hormonal changes for menopausal reasons or there can be underlying pathology. She may need imaging, too, but I don’t think it is malignancy again. READ MORE
It can, but not that effective. You should consult a reproductive endocrinologist; they have ways to inject sperm like IUI (means intrauterine insemination). READ MORE
I do not think so, there is no literature saying that it can cause any problems. READ MORE
Not at all, it is not serious. It can be a yeast infection. Sometimes when you sweat it happens. I suggest you visit your ob/gyn and get checked. READ MORE
Yes, absolutely. Visit your ob/gyn and tell her to check you for Polycystic syndrome. READ MORE
You can do it now. If it comes back negative and you do not get your period, check it again in a week. READ MORE
To have high blood pressure in pregnancy is not a good thing. It can cause lot of problems like placental abruption, DIC, eclampsia, or fetal demise, so I would visit an ob/gyn to get checked. READ MORE
To be on safe side, I will advise you to do a pregnancy test and also, if it is negative, wait for another week. If your period does not come in another week, then you should visit your ob/gyn for a hormonal panel. READ MORE
It can be allergic dermatitis. Make sure you did not use anything new which turned out to be allergic to your local area and also, quite possibly, it is not a fungal infection. Please visit your ob/gyn. READ MORE
That should be okay. Make sure you do not use any vaginal douches. READ MORE
Make sure you clean yourself from front to back before and after sexual activity, and also your significant other, too. Also, make sure to visit your ob/gyn to r/o any infection and also r/o endometriosis. READ MORE
Yes, I do not see any problems with them. READ MORE
First of all, it depends on the size of the fibroids, and then options are OCPs, depo, and sometimes you can proceed with uterine artery embolization, but this option is only good for patients who do not want children, so you should get a sonogram of your fibroids and see your ob/gyn for options. READ MORE
You should stay on suppression therapy for UTI and also make sure to clean yourself and your partner before and after sexual activity. Also, try to use cranberry juice. READ MORE
You should get checked by an ob/gyn to see how bad the prolapse is, and also it should not affect your sexual activity, but if it is bothering you as a bulge, there are non-surgical and surgical options that can help to get it fixed. READ MORE
Make sure you do not have Gestational DM and also sometimes, if the baby is big, you may end up in a C-section. So, make sure you should have a thorough discussion with your ob/gyn about mode of delivery. READ MORE
First of all, make sure you are not pregnant and then see your ob/gyn to check your hormonal profile. READ MORE
You can do a UPT now or a blood pregnancy test now. READ MORE
I want you to get examined by your doctor ASAP so he or she can see whether you have hemorrhoids or anal skin flap. Some conditions are only ruled out by a physical exam. READ MORE
Most likely, it could be contact dermatitis or a yeast infection, but to be on the safe side, I will advise you to see your ob/gyn for a clinical breast exam. READ MORE
Try to do sits bath or sit in a warm tub of water with some hydrogen peroxide in it two or three times a day. If that does not help, then see your doc for further evaluation. READ MORE
Not really, just make sure she eats a diet with good iron amounts in it and also she needs to take a multivitamin and calcium 600mg over-the-counter in it . READ MORE
I would not advise it. Sometimes when people get a tattoo done, they get hepatitis C infection. READ MORE
Yes, you can take Tylenol for sinus and cold. READ MORE
Sometimes it is simply a sign of dehydration, or sometimes it is a sign of preterm labor. Please drink at least 8-10 glasses of water a day and also avoid sexual activity. If cramps continue, then you should see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
Looks like it is your period, but to be on the safe side, you can visit your ob/gyn and do a blood pregnancy test. READ MORE
Yes, it is quite normal. I would apply heating pads or use Motrin for the pain. READ MORE
In pregnancy, people develop restless leg syndrome, or it can be sign of anemia. You should get a CBC done by your doctor sometime. Check with your doc if she can put you on some medication for restless leg syndrome. READ MORE
I will advise to do a sitz bath and warm compressor on that area. If that does not go away after, I suggest you see your ob/gyn and she might put you on antibiotics. READ MORE
It can be a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. I will advise you to see your ob/gyn and get checked. READ MORE
I will advise you to use OCPs and see your ob/gyn. It can be simple ovulatory pain or endometriosis. READ MORE
Over-the-counter treatment is Monistat, but sometimes it does not work. Best thing is to see your ob/gyn and let her prescribe you the prescription medications. READ MORE
Sometimes it is contact dermatitis or a simple yeast infection. I suggest you see your ob/gyn and let them check it out. READ MORE
You can look in Health Grade or Zoc Doc. Those websites are good ones. READ MORE
Try to use more soya products and also eat a diet with low salt and low carbs. She needs to increase her water intake. READ MORE
Try to do over-the-counter ovulation kits and see whether you are ovulating or not. Also, you can see your ob/gyn to check your hormonal profile. READ MORE
You need to get your hormonal panel checked by your ob/gyn and also need a pelvic sonogram. There are lots of reasons for heavy periods, but unless you get an evaluation, you will not figure out the reason. READ MORE
There are medications called spironolactone or vaniqua hair cream can help, but you need to see your ob/gyn so she can do your hormonal panel to make sure you do not have PCOS. READ MORE
Will taking birth control for an extended period of time effect my chances of getting pregnant when the time is right?
Not at all, OCPs do not affect pregnancy rate no matter how long you take it. READ MORE
Yes, if it is not heavy bleeding, you should be okay. READ MORE
I think you need to take another Plan B. It is common to throw up after Plan B, and this time take antiemetic before Plan B. READ MORE
Her progesterone level may be low. She may need some progesterone. I hope she did not have a history of PID. A history of ectopic pregnancy can predispose one to another ectopic, but she should see an REI, meaning reproductive endocrinology infertility. READ MORE
You need to see a breast specialist and get a clinical breast exam. Also, get a breast mammogram. READ MORE
You need to get your hormonal panel checked like FSH and LH to see you are not becoming menopausal. READ MORE
I would take Tylenol with sinus and cold. READ MORE
If you never had a child with neural tube defect, I advise you to take 0.4 mg folic acid 3 months before the conception period. READ MORE
I do not think so. Vaginal dryness is not related to antibiotics for ear infection. READ MORE
You may have a ruptured corpus luteam cyst. It happens sometimes. If your pain does not go away in 24 hours, you should go to the ER or visit your doc. READ MORE
It can be simple ovulation or endometriosis. I suggest you see your ob/gyn and get checked. READ MORE
It can happen with a lot of girls. Just watch her for other signs of puberty and make sure she does not have precocious puberty. I will advise you to see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
I would get checked to make sure you are not developing type 2 diabetes mellitus. READ MORE
Sometimes it is a sign of premenstrual dysphoric disorder. You need NSAIDs or OCPs. Please see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
Do not worry, most of the time it is normal. Just avoid sexual activity and if it continues to increase, you should get a sonogram to be on the safe side. READ MORE
I do not think so. Sexual position does not affect pregnancy, but you should see your ob/gyn for a work-up. READ MORE
It can be simple stress or a hormonal imbalance. You should see your OB/GYN and get an evaluation. READ MORE
You should start 3 months before you start planning conception READ MORE
Possibilities are vaginal infection or bladder infection and also make sure no foreign body is there READ MORE
Do not worry, it does not affect future pregnancy. READ MORE
Somewhat, but if your periods regulate, you will not gain that much weight. READ MORE
Please make sure you are wearing the right size bra and also check pregnancy test. In addition, get a mammogram or ultrasound of the breast, if everything comes out normal, use primrose oil. READ MORE
That is very normal. Pregnancy makes a person very irritable and moody. Let her simply walk every day for half an hour and start saying all is well. READ MORE
No, slightly high cholesterol does not affect pregnancy. Just make sure she starts eating a healthy diet and stays away from fried foods. READ MORE
It will not cause infertility, but it is not advisable to keep on taking plan B. I want you to think about a contraception method on a regular basis if you are not ready to have a child yet. READ MORE
Not really. Normally, people take it for 6 months to one year and also, in the meantime, start doing some exercises and eat a healthy diet. READ MORE
It will not cause weight gain but it will help in reducing weight READ MORE
It is possible. I will advise you to see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
Yes, it can. Simply taking regular baths are ok. READ MORE
Yes, it happens a lot in pregnancy, but still be careful if you start getting SOB, please see your ob/gyn and then let her know your symptoms. READ MORE
There is nothing you can do to prevent ectopic pregnancy. Having fear about it is genuine, but take a deep breath and believe in GOD. You should be ok. READ MORE
Most likely, it is a yeast infection. You should see your ob/gyn so she can do proper testing and give you the medications for that. READ MORE
It can be any of the above, but do not become paranoid. Most of the time, it is simply ingrown hair and a person gets nervous. I do not think it is herpes because, most of the time, herpes is very painful, but just to be on the safe side you, should see your ob/gyn. READ MORE
You need to see your ob/gyn so she can do your cultures and also do some blood work. Most likely you need to go on suppression therapy. Hopefully, that will take care of your recurrent infection. READ MORE
Yes, you may have PCOS. It decreases insulin resistance and then helps you to regulate your cycle if you are overweight. READ MORE
You still have time. Use copper IUD, that might help. READ MORE
You can start yourself on ocps or depo shot or take high dose nsaids but on the other hand you have to make sure you have no endometriosis so you might need a surgical procedure called laparoscopy READ MORE
It can be from multiple reasons. You need to see your obgyn to make sure there is no STD. She will make sure you do not have STDs. READ MORE
It can be from multiple reasons: it can be hormonal imbalance, or there can be an underlying pathology. You need blood work and imaging and need to see your obgyn. READ MORE
Do not worry, the best thing you can do is practice safe sex and also make sure your partner is also treated, and always use condoms during sexual activity. READ MORE
There can be a lot of reasons you can miss your periods. You need to see your obgyn and get a hormonal panel. READ MORE
Healthy diet and exercise is the solution. Please do not run after medications. READ MORE
Yes, you should, it can be simple sign of infections or your physiological discharge. I will recommend to see your obgyn. READ MORE
That is a good thing, but just remember you do not have to. It does not make a big difference, there are lots of people who do not get massages after a c-section, but if it makes you feel better, you should have it. READ MORE
Your treatment is a healthy diet and exercise. Please do not go for medications. Everyday, 30 minutes of exercise or simple walking can help you. READ MORE
My friend has taken abortion pills which is causing heavy bleeding. Does this mean she requires a D&C or is it normal?
Just wait. If it continues more than 6 days, she needs to see her obgyn. Sometimes, it is part of the normal process, but in case the bleeding is too heavy, she should not wait for 6 days. READ MORE
Yes, it can, remember whenever you take pills it can affect your hormonal imbalance, so be careful, I will advise you to stay on Ocps to regulate it. READ MORE
I am 6 months pregnant and I am suffering from a viral infection. Will the antibiotics have any impact on my baby?
Not at all, if your doc knows you are pregnant, he will put you on antibiotics that will not affect the baby. READ MORE
You can do a home pregnancy test; buy a kit from the pharmacy and do that, and if you are pregnant, then see your obgyn; if not, then wait for another week. If your period does not come, then see your obgyn for a blood pregnancy test. READ MORE
It can be ovarian torsion or infection too. You should see your obgyn asap. READ MORE
It can be multiple reasons, either it is regular pain during cycle which is because you ovulate or it can be any other reason like endometriosis or adenomyosis or fibroids, I will suggest you to see your ob-gyn so she evaluate you. READ MORE
I will not recommend water birthing, there is more damage than benefits. READ MORE
Yes still there is a chance, if her doc before chemo and radiation did cryopreservation of her ovaries, breast feeding may not be possible but I will still be happy to carry a child is she has her ovaries still functional READ MORE
There are lot of other reasons ,that you can have late periods ,Please see your obgyn and get this blood work first like pregnancy test,TSH,Prolactin ,FSH and LH READ MORE
Inside the vagina is more painful than outside READ MORE
No, it is not normal, make sure to do free T3 and free T4. READ MORE
Yes it can, I will go to a MFM and have preconceptional counseling before getting pregnant. READ MORE
Implantation bleed can make your pregnancy test positive and can delay your periods, that is the way you distinguish it from periods. READ MORE
No you have to use a backup method and start all over again a new pack, backup method means condom READ MORE
It is common, sometimes blood vessels around the cervical os bleeds if there is lot of inflammation READ MORE
Biopsy is more accurate READ MORE
It prevents the cervix to open up before 36-37weeks ,So the pregnant patient does not miscarry and deliver a healthy baby ,basically cerclage is a stitch a doc put it around the cervix to keep it close . READ MORE
No, it means take it easy, avoid heavy activities until and unless you are really bleeding. READ MORE
You need to have a preconceptional counseling with MFM and they will suggest what else you can take and still become pregnant. READ MORE
You may have IBS, you need to see a GI to make sure. READ MORE
You can still take Miralex powder or enema to help you, you do not have to wait until delivery, Colace does not harm you. READ MORE
Yes, a lot has changed. A lot of hospitals have banned VBAC, due to liability and lack of resources to manage the complications. READ MORE
Yes, certainly it can be cholestasis of pregnancy, so please see your ob-gyn asap. READ MORE
Do not worry, you will be just fine. READ MORE
Let them know you are pregnant, they can do your security check with other ways without using X-ray. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Chairman, OBGYN OhioHealth Mansfield and Shelby Hospitals 2017 - 2017
- Medical Director Women's Health Care Specialists 2018 - 2019
- VIP2017OHIO HEALTH
- LEADING PHYISIAN OF THE WORLDTHE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OB&GYN
- America's Top OBGYNs2017Consumers Research Council of America
- Top OBGYN in Maryland2019IAHCP
- America’s Top OB/GYNs Consumer Research Council of America
- VIP AwardOhio Health
- Urinary Incontinece
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Incontinence Procedures
- Urogynecological Problems, Female Incontinence, Pelvic Prolapse And More
- Urogynecological Problems, Infertility, Gynecological Problems
- Infertility Consultation and Treatment in association with Reproductive Gynecology Inc.
- Infertility Consultations
- High-risk Pregnancy
- Hpv (human Papillomavirus)
- Obstetric, Gynecologic, Teen Health And More
- Obstetric Care
- Davinci Robotic Surgery
- Davinci Robotic Surgery, Gynecological Problems, Laparoscopic Hysterectomy And More
- Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery
- American college of obstetricians and Gynecologists
- Fellow ACOG 2014 - 2019
- Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- KG NGO FOUNDATION INDIA
- United way USA
- Prince George's Hospital Center ( Cheverly, MD )
- Doctors Community Hospital ( Lanham, MD )
- Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center ( Woodbridge, VA )
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First time meeting Dr. Modi and I can already see she is the perfect doctor I've been looking for. She listened and understood exactly what I was asking for and already put the plans in motion. Love the after hours appointment times.
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Dr.Modi is amazing! I'm very thankful that she's helping me
Navita Modi is very good at what she does, makes you feel very comfortable. The staff is very nice too.
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Dr.Modi and her staff were very polite. I liked how Dr.Modi is very concerning of my issues.
Very knowledgeable and punctual!
Excellent bedside manner. Everyone was super caring and warm.
Awesome doctor and staff. Very pleasant and professional. Would highly recommend it
Very patient and thorough.
First overall appt was good
Very friendly, made you feel relax and very personable.
She communicate well with you by listening and ask questions about your health. She always ask if you drinking a lot of water very nice and caring.
Dr Navita is an excellent doctor. She is very understanding and can relate well with her patients. She makes her patient feel at ease and comfortable and she walks you through any concerns or worries you might have. I will highly recommend her for any Gyn procedures.
She is great !
Very honest and polite
Very nice and friendly. She elaborated everything very well and shows genuine care. Thank you
Very Happy and Satisfied
Wonderful Doctor good bedside manors. I love her
She is very helpful with any and all questions that I have
Dr. Modi was very thorough and reassuring. Answered all of my questions.
Easy to talk to.
Every single employee in this clinic has a comforting, relaxed energy to them. Making what can be a stressful, uncomfortable appointment, easy and relaxed. Dr.Modi is amazing as is her team and I love the many helpful appointment times.
Very warming and I'm happy we decided to move forward with her!
Very good doctor
Dr. Modi and staff always make my visits comfortable. The staff really cares about the health of their patients and it shows. Dr. Modi takes the time to explain any procedures she suggests, and will answer any questions I have. I enjoy coming to this office because of the wonderful doctor and her staff.
I love Dr. Modi and all her nurses! Everyone is so nice and helpful. This is my first pregnancy, twin pregnancy, and she voiced all her concerns and was more excited about my babies than I was at the moment. If you want a doctor who generally cares for you and remembers you, come to Dr. Modi's office!
Love dr Modi. Very easy to talk to and love that she's have a flexible schedule. Highly recommend üòÉ
Very pleasant and informative
They where clean and the service was great I highly recommend
Wonderfully skilled physician. Dr. Modi takes time to explain in detail. She explains with care , compassion, and sincerity. I was looking for a new Ob/ Gyn and I researched through personal and educational sources . Dr. Modi's name continued to be recommended. By people and professional organizations. She is aware of the latest technology while specializing in traditional techniques as well. I'm so glad I found her.
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Great. I felt very relaxed.
Great Doctor, she takes time to answer all my questions and concerns . she makes my appointments very pleasant and she also have a great staff. The front desk lady is so friendly.
Service is good the doctor is very nice.
I love Dr. Modi. She really cares about her patients from day one.
Great customer service!
Best doctor ever!!!
Enjoyed my experience
Dr. Modi is an amazing doctor, I will look no where else, and I love her back office nurse. She is very caring and is working on teaching a student, she is very resourceful and I love her personality.
Everyone is nice, this a great office
Okay service, waiting service was less than 30 minutes. Receptionist was helpful. No hand sanitizer was present.
The office staff is excellent. The front desk lady was very welcoming. Both nurses were awesome, especially when it came to drawing my blood. I love my new Doctor. I can see that I am going to enjoy coming back to this office.
First time and it was very nice
Dr. Modi and her staff are great people. I love the service and recommend any woman or female to visit.
The staff is really friendly and the doctor is super caring! I'm glad I found this place online.
Always great !!!!
Phenomenal staff Dr Modi is wonderful
Very good experience. I came very scared about the Pap smear but Did not even know that it got over! Such good hands‚ò∫Ô∏è
Quick and Easy!
Everyone here is great. Dr. Modi is very professional and knowledgeable.
Informative, fast, and friendly
Personable service! Great team.
My visit was professional felt confident with the doctor.
Everything went very smoothly & quick. Staff is super friendly.
Very attentive and very insightful.
The best both desk reception and nurse and Dr are great
The entire staff was very welcoming and Dr. Modi seems to really care about her patients. I will definitely be coming back.
Great place. I found my new doctor
Ms. Modi was very caring she listened to what I had to say! She didn't rush my appointment and she made sure that she addressed all of my issue.
Great experience so far during my pregnancy. I am currently 27 weeks pregnant.
Dr Modi is the best dr ever!!!!!
Everyone in the office was fast and polite
Great dr & great team
Awesome visit, quick and still takes her time to talk to patients
Good visit. Doc Modi is very nice. I will be returning.
The doctor had a great bedside manner and was extremely knowledgeable.
Dr. Modi was very professional.
Everyone is so nice
Staff is great
Great doctor and enjoy my visit.
Takes the time to listen and explain everything. Amazing experience!
Very nice and informative.
Dr. Modi is excellent. I needed an obgyn immediately and she was SO nice and she listened to all of my concerns. She has helped me tremendously!!!
Friendly environment. Dr Modi is very passionate and caring. She listened to all my problems and answered all my questions. She is very knowledgeable and I think I’ve finally found my OBGYN.
When I walked in the clinic, I was greeted with a friendly face, didn't have to wait for long either. Once I went back for my consultation, it was one of the most comforting experience I ever had with a physician. Dr Modi was honest, listened to my concerns carefully. I felt as if she care about me personally. I'll definitely be going back!!!!+ Show More
Get to know Obstetrician-Gynecologist Dr. Navita Modi, who serves patients in Lanham and Greenbelt, Maryland and Woodbridge/Alexandria, Virginia.
Dr. Modi is an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) who has been in practice for nearly 15 years. She plans on opening two additional clincs in May, one in Greenbelt, Maryland and other in Woodbridge/Alexandria, Virginia.
She has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of women’s diseases. She is especially knowledgeable when it comes to dealing with the female reproductive system, and performing advanced gynecologic surgeries, including diagnostic, emergency, and urogynecology procedures. “I hold myself to an extremely high-level of excellence in every aspect of my practice. This includes the care I provide, the equipment that I use, the health and safety protocols that I follow, and the incidental services that I offer. Above all, my aim is to provide each of my patients with an optimal experience” said Dr. Modi.
Dr. Modi is currently serving patients at her own private practice – Women’s Health Care Specialists – located in Lanham, Maryland. Women’s Health Care Specialists is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized health care for their patients. The practice specializes in the prevention of women’s diseases through wellness care.
Dr. Modi received her medical degree from Guru Gobind Singh Medical College in 1996. Thereafter, she went on to complete her residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C. in 2004.
Dr. Modi is board-certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). He additionally holds certification in performing minimally invasive “daVinci” Robotic surgeries. The mission of the ABOG is to define specialty standards, certify obstetricians and gynecologists, as well as facilitate continuous learning to advance knowledge, practice, and professionalism in women’s health. Furthermore, Dr. Modi is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG) and a sitting member of “HealthTap Medical Advisory Board (MAB).
Obstetrics and gynecology is the medical specialty that encompasses the two subspecialties of obstetrics (covering pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period) and gynaecology (covering the health of the female reproductive system – vagina, uterus, ovaries, and breasts). As an OB-GYN, Dr. Modi has an outstanding ability to provide care with emphasis on a holistic approach, thereby treating the female patient as a physical, emotional, and social being. She has also taken certified trainings to perform minimally invasive surgeries utilizing the most current technology in the surgical arena – Da Vinci and Olympus 3D.
With her ability to establish rapport with her patients, her unfailing flexibility, and her adaptability to constantly changing circumstances, Dr. Modi has been able to deliver superior results under extreme pressures.
Dr. Modi has published various research papers and articles throughout her professional career. She has also received several awards for her outstanding performances, including the VIP award by Ohio Health and recognition as America’s Top OB/GYNs by the Consumer Research Council of America – to name a few.
Dr. Modi is dedicated to providing compassionate care to women of all ages. Her interests include strong commitment to patient education, research in women’s health care, and teaching. In her spare time, Dr. Modi enjoys spending time with her family and friends, teaching, as well as helping various charitable organizations.
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