Dr. Asela Russell, the founder of Center for Women's Health, is a Board-certified OB/GYN. She has practiced in the Denver Metro area since 1987 and she opened the Center for Women's Health in 2003, after working with The OB/GYN Associates for more than 15 years.
Dr. Russell attended Yale University and Duke Medical School and completed her OB-GYN Residency at the University of California-San Francisco. After completing her residency, she was a US Public Health Service provider working for the Navajo Nation in Arizona.
Dr. Russell believes in medical care that weaves together the physical and holistic aspects of health. She has a special interest in women's hormone issues including menopause and polycystic ovary syndromes and how they impact women's lives. She is an accomplished minimally-invasive surgeon and performs both hospital and office procedures to treat excessive bleeding, pelvic support problems and other common women's conditions. In addition, she has delivered over 2000 babies!
"I believe that participating in women's health care is the most important aspect of medicine," she says. "We are privileged to welcome new lives into the world and be a force for the health of future generation."
Her interests include travel, creative writing and reading mystery novels. She speaks Spanish and French. Dr Russell is married and has two children. …