R. Wayne Whitted MD, MPH
8740 N. Kendall Dr. Ste. 101
Miami, Florida 33176
Phone: 305-596-3744
Fax: 305-596-3676
Raymond Wayne Whitted MD,
...dedicated to healthy lifestyles and safe, state-of-the-art surgery
for women of all ages.
Dr. Whitted is dedicated to safe, state-of-the-art,
innovative surgeries and healthy lifestyles for
women of all ages. In a nurturing environment, the
physicians and staff strive to promote a partnership
in your healthcare and make every effort to bridge
the sterile science of diseases with your emotional,
physical, and spiritual needs. Everyone is con-
fronted with difficult healthcare decisions at one
time or another. You’ll want your physician and
staff to have the knowledge, experience, and sensi-
tivity to guide you safely through the decision-
making process.
Dr. Whitted provides comprehensive gynecologic
office and surgical healthcare. He is certified in
laparoscopy and hysteroscopy and is an expert in
advanced gynecologic surgery. He has been a
national speaker, trainer, and researcher in ad-
vanced surgical techniques. In addition, Doctor
Whitted is a Certified Menopause Clinician who
educates, trains, and has done research in the sci-
ence of menopause. Finally, he is certified in ad-
vanced colposcopy.
Doctor Whitted offers expert education and care in
the following areas:
Contact us at 305-596-3744 for prompt, courteous,
and knowledgeable answers to your questions and
concerns regarding your healthcare.
Healthy Lifestyle Diary
Good health, a long life, and happiness
are three goals many of us share. The
common thread intertwining these goals is
healthy living. Proper nutrition and exer-
cise habits are extremely important in the
pursuit of a healthful lifestyle. In addition,
positive thinking, proper rest, and helping
others reinforces our sense of happiness.
Contained in this brochure is our 10-
step daily formula to help you achieve
good health, long life, and happiness. It is
a commitment to having a better body,
mind, and spirit, and, therefore, a better
life. Be faithful to these tenets and you will
be surprised to learn that pleasure can be
a part of a healthful lifestyle...In fact, is vi-
tal to it!
Remember, however, that the pathway
to healthy living requires consistency and
commitment. There are no SHORTCUTS,
Good luck,
Drs. Whitted
and Office Staff
Abnormal Paps (HPV) Loss of Urine
Abnormal Menstrual Cycles Menopause
Bladder Prolapse Osteoporosis
Chronic Pelvic Pain Ovarian cysts
Contraception/Family Planning Rectocele
Endometriosis Uterine Prolapse
Ectopic Pregnancy Vaginal Prolapse
Education in Gynecology Well Woman Visits
Fibroids (Leiomyoma) Weight Management
dedicated to healthy lifestyles and safe, state-of-the-art, innovative surgery for women of all ages
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Do something good for yourself
daily and believe in a higher power
Exercise 45 minutes daily (preferably
in the morning; 3 miles (4 MPH)
Adequate Rest, Fresh air, Sunlight
Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily.
Limit alcohol and caffeine.
Eat 5 servings of fuits/vegetables
daily (minimize meat products)
Eat 3 meals and 2 snacks daily. Tar-
get goal: 1200-1500 calories daily
Consume less than 40 grams of fat
daily (minimize Trans-fatty acids)
Take women’s multi-vitamin daily
Take adequate calcium and anti-
oxidants daily
Do something good for others daily
Renew your commitment to healthy
living each evening
Breast Self-examination monthly
Monthly Breast Self-Examination
Week 1
Week 2 Week 3
Things to do for Yourself Things to do for Others Foods rich in Calcium Daily Vitamins Amounts
...Something out of the ordinary for you:
Perhaps a massage, a facial, a pedicure,
A new hairstyle.
...Find time for a power nap.
...Smile frequently
...Call an old friend or renew a forgotten
...Read or listen to something inspiration-
al. Read a good book
...Set aside 30 mins of personal quiet time
...Practice random acts of kindness
...Give someone a compliment
...Hold the door open for someone
...Smile frequently
...Give words of encouragement
..Volunteer to help others through
Your professional organizations,
Church, or synagogue.
Milk (1 glass) 350 mg
Yoghurt 1 cup 290 mg
Cheese (1 slice) 350 mg
Ice Cream (1/2 cup) 93 mg
Fortified Orange Juice 350 mg
Soy beans 1 cup 175 mg
Bread 1 slice 25 mg
Brocolli 1/2 cup 38 mg
Banana (1) 10 mg
Calcium…………...1200-1500 mg
Magnesium………...500-750 mg
Vitamin D …………1000 IU
Vitamin E ………….400-800 IU
Vitamin C ………1000-1200 mg
Women’s Multivitamin ..I recom-
mend “Alive”
Beta-Carotene, Vitamin E,
Vitamin C, Folate
Week 4