Annual Exams

Women’s Health & Wellness Exams

Annual Women’s Health & Wellness Exams are vital for maintaining a healthy body and life.

This exam will often include a breast exam, pap smear, and, if you’re getting married, it’s common to conduct a premarital exam as well. If any unusual lumps or illnesses appear, see your medical provider immediately.

Men's Health & Wellness Exams

At Vista Healthcare, we believe preventative exams and regular check ups are vital to stay on top of your health. Addressing any areas of concern now can help prevent problems in the future. If you have any health concerns or questions, set up an appointment to meet with one of our practitioners.

Birth Control

Birth Control Consultation

There are many options for birth control out there! Schedule to meet with one of our practitioners for a birth control consultation to discuss the best fit for you. Our providers can prescribe oral birth control, Depo-Provera injections, and vaginal rings, like the NuvaRing. They are also trained to insert Intrauterine Devices or IUD’s. At this time, our facility offers only the Liletta IUD, but can send a referral to another office if you’re interested in a different brand of IUD, or even the arm implant, Nexplanon.

Information on Birth Control Methods

  • Oral Birth Control: These pills use a small amount of synthetic hormone which is released to inhibit the body’s natural cyclical process. This hormonal contraceptive stops the body from ovulating.
  • Nuva Ring: This ring is a small, flexible piece of plastic that you insert into the vagina to prevent pregnancy. It is left in the vagina for 3 weeks and then taken out for a 1 week break before a new one is inserted.
  • Contraceptive injection (Depo-Provera): This injection releases the hormone progesterone into your bloodstream to prevent pregnancy. It is administered every 3 months.
  • Intrauterine Devices (IUD’s): Our facility offers the Liletta IUD. For more information on this IUD, please follow this link: Liletta

Young Women

Maturation can often cause a young woman distress. Knowing what is happening while maturing can be a great comfort for the youth. our practitioners can also work with young women struggling with anxiety, depression, or eating disorders. if your child is struggling, have them come in and meet one of our caring practitioners to receive help.

Premarital Exams

We want to educate woman about their answer any questions or concerns.

This service is designed for women getting married who would like a physical exam and the opportunity to ask any questions. This exam includes a breast exam and a pelvic exam if desired. Our practitioners are trained to help patients prepare to become sexually active as well as discuss forms of birth control.

Breast Exams

Regular breast exams are important to every woman’s health.

You should schedule breast exams once a year to once every three years. After turning 40, it is suggested that breast exams should be done at least once a year. If there is a history of breast cancer in your family there may be a need for more regular breast exams.

Heavy Menstrual Cycle

The hallmark symptom for a heavy menstrual cycle is the inability to maintain your daily routine due to heavy bleeding or pain.

If you are bleeding through 1 tampon or sanitized pad within an hour or if you need 2 sanitation devices to prevent seeping blood , set up an appointment to meet with one of our experienced practitioners to find ways to treat your heavy menstrual cycle.

Irregular Menstrual Cycle

There are many ways to tell if you’re having irregular menstrual cycles.

Normally a menstrual cycle lasts 24-38 days with your period lasting 2-8 days. If your period starts before or after a 24-38 day cycle, if you experience more or less bleeding than your previous period, or if the number of days your period lasts varies a lot, you may have irregular menstrual cycles.

Often when a young woman is beginning to experience her periods or when a woman is nearing menopause, menstrual cycles will become irregular. There are several other reasons you might have irregular menstrual cycles.

To find out if you are experiencing irregular menstrual cycles or to find out how to treat your irregular menstrual cycles, call our clinic today at 208-881-0902 to meet with one of our practitioners.

Painful Intercourse

Many things can cause pain during intercourse.

Along with physical pain, there can be mental and emotional problems that can follow in your relationship due to painful intercourse.

Set up an appointment as soon as you experience painful intercourse to help avoid added physical and emotional pain. In some cases, painful intercourse can be avoided by having a premarital exam. Set up an appointment or stop by our Rexburg Clinic so we can find exactly what is causing you pain.

Perimenopause Sexual Dysfunction

Studies have shown that sexual dysfunction increases nearly 30% in perimenopause.
There are many factors tha affect sexual dysfunction in women, including hormone levels, overall wellbeing, (both physically and psychologically), relationship issues and even medication use. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, we can help you find solutions to improve your experience.

Common Difficulties

  • Low libido
  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
  • Difficulty achieving orgasm

Vaginal Dryness

Common symptoms of vaginal dryness are burning, itching, and discomfort in the vaginal cavity. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms then it is important to seek medical help. In a women's health exam your medical professional can look at any symptoms you might be experiencing and find ways to treat your vaginal dryness.

Vaginal dryness often occurs during menopause.

Call today to set up an appointment to visit with one of our practitioners so we can help find the best course of action for your health needs.


It is recommended to set up regular appointments with a medical professional when menopausal symptoms begin.

Common Symptoms

  • Irregular periods
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Hot flashes
  • Chills
  • Night sweats
  • Sleep problems
  • Mood changes
  • Weight gain and slowed metabolism
  • Thinning hair and dry skin
  • Loss of breast fullness

Post Menopausal Bleeding

There should be no bleeding after menopause. Even if there is only blood spotting, seek medical assistance. Postmenopausal bleeding can be indicative of illnesses that often requires medical assistance.

Postmenopausal bleeding bleeding can be active of illness that often requires medical assistance. If you are having postmenopausal bleeding, call now to meet with one of our practitioners as soon as possible.

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