• On Rotation with Dr. Beesley: Jess Wissenbach

    On Rotation with Dr. Beesley: Jess Wissenbach

    Jess Wissenbach is a student of Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. As part of her education, she is shadowing Dr. Brian Beesley.  “Being able to watch him and see how thorough he is with his patients has been amazing,” she said. “It gives me a better understanding of how I can help my patients get

  • Tricia Snyder, Lactation Consultant

    Tricia Snyder, Lactation Consultant

    Tricia Snyder has been working in healthcare for 33 years, spending the majority of her time in women’s health. She’s a registered nurse, certified in fetal monitoring, obstetrics, and lactation consulting. Born and raised in Idaho Falls, Tricia did her undergraduate work at BYU-Provo, where she met her future husband. She then worked in labor

  • Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife

    Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife

    Seasons Medical is excited to welcome Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife, as one of the two newest members of our team. Originally from Las Vegas, NV, Rebecca studied nursing at BYU-Idaho and got her first nursing job at Madison Memorial Hospital, working in Labor & Delivery. She has grown to love Rexburg, and her nursing

  • Cystoscopy Exams

    Cystoscopy Exams

    This procedure allows your healthcare provider to examine your bladder by looking into it with a tube called a cystoscope. The test is used for both diagnosis and treatment.

  • Mammograms: What You Need to Know

    A 2010 study in the New England Journal of Medicine… suggested that aggressive use of mammograms could, at most, reduce the death rate from breast cancer by 2 percent.

  • Breast Cancer Types

    Breast Cancer Types

    How does breast cancer occur? Breast cells become cancerous when they mutate and start to multiply at an abnormally fast pace, crowding out healthy tissue. The abnormal cells grow into a dense mass that may be visible on a mammogram or that you may feel as a lump. Breast cancer typically starts in the ducts

  • Benign Breast Lumps

    Benign Breast Lumps

    If you find a lump in your breast, don’t delay — see your doctor as soon as possible. Anything you notice that’s different from your normal breast tissue should be investigated. The good news is that more than 80 percent of breast lumps turn out to be benign tumors or cysts. How can my doctor

  • Lifestyle and Fertility

    Lifestyle and Fertility

    Humans are closely tuned to their surroundings – especially when it comes to making babies. Just as bears and elk wait for the right season to sire offspring, our bodies reach the peak of fertility only when conditions seem right for raising babies. If there’s any sign of illness, malnourishment, or an unhealthy environment, our

  • Menopause: How it Can Affect the Body

    Menopause: How it Can Affect the Body

    Menopause, strictly speaking, is when you stop having periods, but it is usually identified once it has been a year since your last period. When you’ve reached menopause, your body’s hormonal mix shifts. Both men and women produce the female hormone estrogen and the male hormone testosterone. At menopause the ovaries begin producing more testosterone

  • Hot Flashes

    Hot Flashes

    What are hot flashes? A hot flash (also known as a hot flush) is a sudden feeling of heat, usually on your face, neck, shoulders, and chest. You may begin sweating profusely, and your heart might start pounding. These symptoms can last for only a few seconds or minutes, or they can go on for


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