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Complete Women's Healthcare - Gynecologist Serving Cumming, Johns Creek, Suwanee, Alpharetta, & Dawsonville, Georgia.
Most women associate gynecology with their annual pelvic exam and Pap smear, yet gynecologists do so much more. At Complete Women’s Healthcare we concentrate on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of any issue related to your reproductive health.
Even though pelvic floor dysfunction is common among women, many people accept the condition as a normal part of life and don’t seek treatment. But many of these conditions are treatable — and not always with surgery — treatment often includes pelvic floor therapy you can learn and do on your own.
We also provide aesthetic services to help women look and feel their best. Whether you’re experiencing vaginal dryness symptoms, urinary stress or mild incontinence, laxity of vaginal tissue, stubborn pockets of body fat or wrinkles, we can help!
Welcome To Our Clinic!
Thank you for considering Complete Women’s Healthcare for your gynecology healthcare needs.
Our physicians and staff strive to remain current with the latest advances in gynecology and implementing techniques that are best suited to the individual needs of our patients. Our doctors have developed a reputation for excellence and medical expertise that is on the leading edge of today’s medicine.
We provide our patients with a wide range of Women’s Healthcare services, including gynecological surgeries, robotic surgery, menopausal management, incontinence issues, contraceptive choices, menstrual problems, and fertility evaluation and infertility treatment. We are pleased to offer our patients noninvasive procedures in the comfort of our office.
We consider patient education to be among our most important tasks so that our patients can take an active role in maintaining their well-being. To further this goal, we offer an extensive selection of patient educational materials.
Understanding and compassion, matched with highly developed skills and knowledge, make Complete Women’s Healthcare a truly distinguished practice.
Pelvic Floor Therapy in the comfort of our office!
"Dr. Dori was professional and helpful when answering all my concerns and questions."
"She was very approachable, wonderful bedside manner making me feel at ease."
"Dr. Kasparek was very pleasant and friendly. The staff were also friendly. The office itself was very nice, clean, and looked new. I would definitely recommend Dr.Kasparek."
Meet Your Providers
Dr. Kasparek was born Dorigen K. Kasparek in 1971 in Iowa City, Iowa. She is the youngest of three siblings. By the third grade Dori, as she is known to friends and family, was actively involved in sports, especially basketball, in her new hometown of Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Tara received her bachelors of nursing from Medical College of Georgia and then worked for 12 years as a Labor and Delivery nurse. She has a Masters of nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Miami. She has practiced for the last 4 years as an OBGYN nurse practitioner in Florida. Tara is married with 2 children. In her spare time she enjoys gardening.
Susan is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. In 2010 she graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana where she received a bachelors in psychology with a biology minor. She then attended Samford University in Birmingham, AL where she completed an accelerated nursing program. She is an experienced in emergency room nursing and labor and delivery nursing: working alongside our doctors for the past three years at Emory John’s Creek Hospital. She completed her Masters in Nursing from The University of Alabama in Birmingham and is a board certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.
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