San Antonio is well known for the Alamo, but we’ve discovered as we’ve opened a new center here how much more the city has going for it.
Already the seventh most populous city in the country, San Antonio is also one of the fastest growing. With a unique blend of history and culture, the city offers an abundance of opportunities.
“We are excited to be a part of this vibrant community,” said Ella Health CEO Melissa Dyrdahl. “Although San Antonio offers all the benefits of a large urban area, it has that friendly, small town vibe that makes you feel at home.”
We bring to San Antonio a focus on women’s wellness with 3D Mammography and physical therapy designed for women provided in a relaxing, spa-like setting. The center is conveniently located at the Shops at Lincoln Heights in the heart of Alamo Heights. This central location features unique shops and
restaurants along with other amenities.
“This is a convenient location that will make it easier for women who have appointments, and when they’re here, we will provide the special touches to make them feel welcome including coffee, tea and warm robes for mammography and private treatment rooms for physical therapy along with a large open studio for classes.”
Ella Health is partnering with the Institute for Women’s Health, committed to providing exceptional women’s health care with eight clinics throughout San Antonio.
“We value the high quality of care and focus on wellness that Ella Health will provide to women,” said Institute for Women’s Health Chief Executive Mike Koroscik. “This new center will provide mammography and physical therapy services with the level of compassion and care that we provide to our patients.”
Screening mammography appointments can be scheduled on line at ellahealth.com or by calling 210-290-9760. Women do not need a referral or prescription for screening mammography and the exam is covered by insurance.
Physical therapy appointments can be made by calling 210-290-9760. In addition to individual therapy services, we will be offering small group classes designed around specific concerns.
I just got back from my Mamogram. First of all, there was no waiting. Second, the heated robes and coffee made me feel warm and relaxed. Best of all, the actual Mamogram was not bad at all ( I always dread this exam since it’s painful and very uncomfortable). I have no soreness and was out in under 30 minutes. I will never go anywhere else.