"I cherish the opportunity to help you welcome your newest arrivals. I will do everything possible to support you with the highest quality care during your pregnancy." - Dr. Steven Beverly
Dr. Beverly is committed to using the least invasive treatments and techniques to allow women in Ogden and the surrounding areas to experience faster recoveries and less pain, whether it be in office permanent contraception (ESSURE), office treatments for abnormal bleeding (Novasure), incontinence treatments, or hospital surgeries (laparoscopic/da Vinci). He is passionate about offering patients cutting edge options for their health. Together with his patients, Dr. Beverly makes every decision a team decision - it is all about we, not me!>/p>
Dr. Beverly enjoys skiing, woodworking, fishing, spending time with his wife and two boys, and watching University of Texas football!
To learn more about the procedures performed by Dr. Beverly in Ogden such as ESSURE and Novasure, and his treatment philosophies, visit
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The da Vinci System features a magnified 3D high-definition vision system and tiny wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than a surgeon’s wrist. As a result, the da Vinci System enables the surgeon to operate with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control.
To learn more about this surgical option or to determine if you are a candidate for this, contact our office today.
“Miraculous,” “emotional,” and “exciting” are a few words we use often to describe pregnancy. But those nine months have plenty of lackluster moments too. Pregnancy can be exhausting, scary, and plain old uncomfortable at times. You’re not alone if you have questions about the side effects that come with carrying a baby. Dr. Beverly from Ogden Clinic’s Women’s Center at McKay-Dee Hospital addresses a few myths and questions about being uncomfortable.https://blog.ogdenclinic.com/2017/02/22/pregnancy-uncomfortable-questions-about-feeling-uncomfortable/
Did you know an annual pap smear can prevent cervical cancer, but not ovarian cancer? In this news segment, Dr. Steven Beverly talks about how to detect ovarian cancer early and some options, such as tubal litigation, to prevent ovarian cancer from forming.
Dr. Steven Beverly from the Ogden Clinic Women's Center answers common questions such as bleeding during early pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy and dysfunctional uterine bleeding.