Congrats to Dr. Pamela Jordi!
Dr. Pamela Jordi has been named a partner at Clinic Sofia, joining five other Clinic Sofia physicians who are partners at the Edina and Maple Grove locations. The clinic prides itself on being an independent, stand-alone clinic owned by a team of physicians with a vested interest in providing the best care possible to women in the Twin Cities.
Simple Ways to Welcome Spring
Welcome, spring! This long-awaited season is home to holidays, fresh air and anticipation. Do you have any special spring rituals?
“We love spring—the season of renewal and fresh starts—at Clinic Sofia and look forward to the many patients and babies we will welcome in the months to come!” said Dr. Staci Biegner.
Ask Sofia: Why do women have more autoimmune diseases?
Autoimmune diseases—when your body attacks healthy cells because it cannot distinguish between your own cells and foreign cells—are now the third most common disease category after cancer and heart disease. While women generally live longer and suffer fewer infectious diseases than their male counterparts, they represent nearly 80 percent of autoimmune disease patients, according to […]
Supporting Your Kids’ Mental Health
The pandemic has not been kind to kids’ mental health and wellness, increasing everything from depression and anxiety to substance abuse to issues with sleeping and eating. Isolation and uncertainty as well as lack of access to care during the heart of the pandemic have contributed to a growing mental health epidemic among kids, tweens and teens. Check out the signs to watch for and resources for help.
Mindful Eating Instead of Dieting
While losing weight remains a top resolution for many in the new year, time and again, studies show that most diets fail to work long term. Meanwhile, Americans spend billions of dollars each year on diet programs and products in search of the magic bullet for health and wellness. If you’re looking to flip the […]
Ask Sofia: What is a healthy menstrual cycle?
You’re probably not surprised to hear that your menstrual cycle can affect everything from your mood to your sleep, and your energy to your appetite. While there is no “perfect” period, a normal menstrual cycle—the first day of one cycle to the first day of the next—will range from about 25 to 35 days and may shift as we age. Naturally, birth control, pregnancies and peri-menopause can also change the length and symptoms of your cycle.