Fort Worth ObGyn Dr. Cynthia English considers her ability to care for women both her calling and an enormous blessing. As a wife and mother of two, she understands the physical and emotional challenges of women today, and knows how to help them maintain health and awareness. She uses empowerment through education, so that the women she treats are partners in their health care decisions -- not just patients.
Dr. English particularly wants to ensure that women have access to the most advanced and up to date services. This affords competent care, as well as a wider range of treatment options. One of her passions is ensuring early prenatal care in every pregnancy. According to the March of Dimes, women who obtain adequate prenatal care have a lower incidence of preterm delivery and maternal complications. Dr. English’s partnership approach assures the best care for both mother and unborn child from the very beginning.
An advocate for her patients who is compassionate about their care, Dr. English received the Patients Choice Award for excellence for 7 years running. She has also been named a “Top Doctor” by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine 6 years running from 2010-2016 and named Texas Monthly Super Doctor-Rising Star for 2015 and 2016. Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
When she’s not caring for patients the Fort Worth native loves spending time with her children and family.
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