Welcome! AWH Dallas is located in Medical City Dallas.
COVID-19 POLICY: Updated Daily
We are accepting appointments for all types of visits at this time. If your well woman visit (annual exam) or your “non-essential” visit was canceled and/or
rescheduled due to COVID-19, please call us so we can get you back on the books!
The health and safety of our staff and patients remains our top priority, and we will continue to minimize risks with the following:
PATIENTS ONLY are allowed into the office. NO children/guests/spouses, etc.
Please feel free to video chat in your significant other and/or family members for special visits such as sonograms. We are happy to welcome these technologies into our office, and our doctors and staff will work hard to ensure your loved ones feel like they’re in the room for these moments.
MASKS REQUIRED for all patients.
Per the mandate, some type of nose/mouth covering must be worn in our building/office. We have masks for sale for $5 as well. See our COVID-19 Polices page for additional information, including locations near you for receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.Learn More About Our COVID-19 Policies
Check if we accept your insurance. Consider your health history. Select a hospital. We are located in Medical City, a modern and beautiful facility.
If you struggle with incontinence, you are not alone. And there are many ways to fix the problem! Strengthening your pelvic floor, stopping unhealthy habits and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are the most important.
Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery
Hysterectomy using the most modern technology (Da Vinci® Surgical System)
What do you for in a Gynecologist? Our Gyn team comes highly recommended, experienced and they accept most major insurance providers. Read reviews and meet our team.
BioTE® Hormone Therapy
What is BioTE and its benefits? Are there side effects that you should be aware of before taking BioTE? And does insurance cover BioTE?
Birth Control Options
Customize birth control that best fits your needs. AWH offers the best and most effective birth control options for all ages of women.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
What is the pelvic floor and how does it affect your health?
Did you know we have an in-house wellness center? It's called the Advanced Women's Center for Wellness
Welcome to Advanced Women’s Healthcare in Dallas, Texas
We appreciate you as a patient and are dedicated to providing you compassionate and quality healthcare here in Dallas, TX. Specializing in Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN), our physicians Dr. Amy Sigman, Dr. Amie Napier, Dr. Michelle Heintges, Dr. Heidi Harms and Dr. Maria Reyes are here to serve you.
Dr. Maria Reyes
Dr. Maria Reyes enjoys caring for women in all stages of life. “It is such an honor to partner with women and be part of their pregnancy and their lives, often delivering two or three babies together. Honestly, I see my patients as a close friend or relative…”
Dr. Emily Eye
Dr. Emily Eye says she “loves caring for women at any life stage". "I always strive to make my patients feel comfortable asking any question about their health – no matter how big or small. My favorite part of my job is building relationships with my patients, gaining their trust and helping them feel empowered to make decisions for their health and wellbeing.”
Dr. Amy Sigman
Dr. Sigman was the first female doctor to join Advanced Women’s Healthcare - which is now an all-female physicians practice. She is proud of her work along with that of her partners. “I come to work because I love it. It’s kind of my home away from home, and my patients are my family."
Dr. Amie Napier
As an Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Dr. Napier's is to help her patients live better and healthier lives. She loves that her patients are interested in their personal healthcare and that she gets to follow them throughout all the stages of their lives. “I love the day to day interaction with the patients and getting to help people better their lives, better their health. That’s really what is the most satisfying...”
Dr. Michelle Heintges
Dr. Heintges is trained in robotics, pelvic floor repair and vaginal rejuvenation. She has a special interest in adolescent medicine, menopause, post-menopause, complicated obstetrics, gynecologic surgery, and pelvic floor reconstruction. Dr. Heintges said, “I love my job. I have tons of fun at my job. And I really love the people I work with..."
Dr. Heidi Harms
Dr. Heidi Harms was inspired by her grandfather to study medicine, who was a physician that she thought the world of and aspired to be like. She enjoys all areas of OB/GYN, including adolescent gynecology, contraception management, infertility, obstetrics, pelvic surgery, urogynecology and menopausal management.
Recent Blog Posts
During this universal week of celebration, let’s discuss the benefits of breastfeeding. World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated every year between August 1 and 7 in more than 120 countries to improve the health of mothers and babies around the world. In August of 1990, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF created the Innocenti Declaration to promote the positive health benefits of breastfeeding as well as to expand awareness and protections for breastfeeding mothers. World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) began in 1992, with annual themes to support women caring for their babies. These themes have included healthcare systems, women and work, the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, community support, ecology, economy, science, education and human rights. In 2018, a World Health Assembly resolution endorsed WBW as an important breastfeeding promotion strategy. The Benefits of Breastfeeding Breastfeeding is important to the health and well-being of new babies and moms. The nutrients and antibodies in breast milk help babies fight off illnesses, infections and other potential health threats, and breastfeeding helps new mothers bond with their baby. Breastfeeding is a unique process that: Provides ideal nutrition for infants and contributes to their healthy growth and development. Reduces incidence and severity of […]
Some women have a greater risk of developing gestational diabetes. All expecting mothers dream of having a perfect, flawless pregnancy and giving birth to a healthy, beaming new baby. Unfortunately, different conditions may arise that require extra care and monitoring to protect the baby and mom. Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that is diagnosed for the first time during pregnancy, or gestation. It typically occurs in the middle of pregnancy, and most doctors test for it between 20 and 24 weeks. Like other types of diabetes, gestational diabetes affects how cells use sugar, also called glucose. Gestational diabetes causes high blood sugar that can affect your pregnancy and your baby’s health. Gestational diabetes can often be controlled with a healthy diet and exercise. Some women may also need to take insulin. Controlling blood sugar will keep your baby healthy and prevent a difficult birth. While some women with gestational diabetes experience increased thirst and more-frequent urination, most women don’t experience any noticeable signs or symptoms. Gestational Diabetes Can Equal A Big Baby What makes birth more difficult for a woman with gestational diabetes? Diabetes that isn’t held in control causes the baby’s blood sugar to be high. Essentially […]
If PMS is affecting your quality of life, you might have PMDD. Most women have dealt with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms at some point in their lives. Symptoms may include mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. The Mayo Clinic states that as many as three out of four women have experienced some form of premenstrual syndrome. But what if your PMS symptoms seem worse than normal? What if your PMS is affecting your quality of life and even your relationships? You may have premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). What is PMDD? Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a much more severe form of PMS that affects women of childbearing age. It’s a severe and chronic condition that can be treated. Lifestyle changes and sometimes medications can help manage symptoms. While PMS and PMDD share physical and emotional symptoms, PMDD will cause extreme mood shifts that can disrupt daily life and damage relationships. The precise cause of PMDD is unknown. It might be an abnormal reaction to normal hormonal changes that happen with each menstruation cycle. These hormone changes can cause a serotonin deficiency. Serotonin is a naturally occurring substance found in the brain and intestines that affects mood. […]
Dr. Sigman has made these last 7 months joyful and exciting and every time I leave her office, I feel like I have come away with more knowledge about myself and my baby! —Brenda
Dr. Heingtes is fabulous!! She was recommended to me by my sister and I absolutely love her!! She answers all questions and makes you feel completely comfortable! —Kelly
Dr. Napier is very friendly, and super easy to talk to. As long as I still have questions to ask, she will stay in the room to answer them. I find her to be a calming presence, which is very helpful to a first time Mom. —Barbara
Dr. Harms is a great doctor. This is our first child and she has made the experience very painless. We were referred by a friend that had used her and had great things to say. We will refer her to all our friends. —Sarah
I love seeing Dr. Heintges and I love her energy! I have been her patient for years and I trust her opinions and honesty. I am very happy that she is my doctor and I know that my baby and I are well taken care of! —Ikumi