Nature Coast Now Offers CoolSculpting in Tallahassee!


CoolSculpting® in Tallahassee Is Now a Reality!

The CoolSculpting ® procedure eliminates stubborn fat safely and effectively, without surgery or downtime. This fat reduction treatment is the only FDA-cleared procedure to use controlled cooling to safely target and eliminate diet- and exercise-resistant fat. CoolSculpting results are proven, noticeable, and lasting, so you’ll look and feel great from every angle.

Fat cells freeze at higher temperatures than surrounding tissues. CoolSculpting technology safely delivers precisely controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin. The treated fat cells are crystallized (frozen), and then die. Over time, your body naturally processes the fat and eliminates these dead cells, leaving a more sculpted you.

You can reshape your body! We will develop a customized CoolSculpting treatment plan that addresses your problem areas. Additional sessions may further enhance your results. Your individualized treatment plan will be tailored to your body, your goals, and your budget.
It’s easy to sit back, relax and say goodbye to stubborn fat. After we select the area(s) to be treated, the device is positioned on your body and controlled cooling is applied. During your procedure, you may choose to read, check email, or even take a nap.

Learn More About CoolSculpting.

Medical Minute: Beth Horton discusses CoolSculpting


Our very own Beth Horton sits down with Jason Taylor of 94.9TNT to discuss CoolSculpting in our Nature Coast Family Medicine Medical Minute.

Listen Here:

Learn More About CoolSculpting in Tallahassee

Beth Horton has joined the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tallahassee Committee


Nature Coast Wellness Clinic is proud to announce our very own Beth Horton has joined the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tallahassee Committee to help raise money and share awareness. St. Jude has treated patients from all 50 states and around the world and has the best survival rates for some of the most aggressive childhood cancers. Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food.

On September 16, 2017 there will be a St.Jude Walk/Run in Southwood to help raise money for finding cures and saving children. If anyone is interested in joining Nature Coast and Beth or becoming a sponsor for the walk in September, please contact Beth at 850-320-6452. Nature Coast Wellness Clinic is proud to join St. Jude and support their research.

Medical Minute: Achieving Your Weight Loss Goals


Our Nurse Practitioner, Elizabeth Miller, talks weight loss in your Medical Minute.

Our very own Elizabeth Miller details the best plan of action when trying to lose weight. Well worth the listen!

Stay Informed Regarding the Zika Virus


Many people in Tallahassee and Leon County have questions regarding the Zika Virus. You can stay informed on Zika prevention from the CDC. As well, please call our office if you have any urgent concerns.

Visit the Center For Disease Control (CDC)

Patient Testimonial: “My experience was amazing!”


My experience was amazing! I went in with a little reservation regarding the pain and over results once the procedure was complete, but Dr. O helped to relieve me of my fear. The way he handled the procedure caused me minimal pain and the end result is exactly as he said it would be. Thanks Dr. O!

The staff is friendly and the office is always neat & clean. I really love the Nature Coast Family!

– Tenicia Colvin

Dr. O has gone Virtually!


Did you know Dr. O now has a virtual concierge practice with healthtap? He currently has licenses in FL, MO, IL, NJ and is also available to international clients. Check out Dr. O virtually at and schedule your Virtual Appointment today!


What is a Hysterectomy?


HysterectomyA hysterectomy is a surgery to remove the uterus. It is a very common type of surgery. When you have a hysterectomy you can no longer get pregnant.

There are two common types of hysterectomy.

• Total hysterectomy– Where the entire uterus, including the cervix, is removed.
 Partial hysterectomy– Where the upper part of the uterus is removed, but the cervix is left in place.

What is Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and How to Manage?


Tallahassee-uterineAbnormal uterine bleeding can occur at any age. During certain times in a woman’s life it is common for periods to be somewhat irregular.

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding is bleeding in any of the following situations:

 Bleeding between periods
• Bleeding after sex
• Spotting anytime during the menstrual cycle
• Bleeding heavier or for more days than normal
• Bleeding after menopause

There are different test based on your symptoms that can help diagnose uterine bleeding. Some of the test can be done in your health care provider’s office or may need to be done at a hospital. The type of treatment depends on many factors, including the cause of bleeding, your age, if you want or have children. Most women can be treated with medications. Others may need surgery to help manage.

“Breastfeeding, The Best and Earliest Healthy Start for Children”


Dr. O

Choosing to breastfeed your baby gives your baby the best and earliest healthy start in life. Breastfeeding is a wonderful way to bond with your baby. Breast milk has antibodies that can prevent your baby from getting sick and it has all the nutrients your baby needs to grow and develop. It can help prevent against health problems in your baby such as allergies, eczema, ear infections and stomach problems. Breastfed babies are also less likely to be obese or have diabetes.

Breastfeeding has benefits for mothers as well. Mothers who breastfeed find it easier to lose weight after pregnancy and it may help lower their risk of breast and ovarian cancers and other diseases. Breastfeeding is the natural, healthy choice for both mom and baby.

At Nature Coast Women’s Care, we want you to know that we are here to answer any questions you have regarding breastfeeding your baby and to get you connected with local support groups to help you maximize the benefits of breastfeeding.