Keeping men and women healthy and happy

Wilson Medical opens in Commons professional park

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Dr. Rachelle Wilson, D.O., has opened her practice for women's and men's health, Wilson Medical, in the Commons professional park at 1728 Professional Circle on Yukon's southwest side. (Photo by Robert Medley)

By Robert Medley

Managing Editor

The health of women and men, especially in midlife, is the focus of a Yukon doctor who has opened a practice in the Commons professional office park.

On the far southwest side of Yukon development, Dr. Rachelle Wilson, D.O., started treating patients in July 2020 at 1728 Professional Circle, located west of Garth Brooks Boulevard and north of N.W. 10 Wilson grew up in Clinton and she played basketball at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva. She then worked as an X-ray technician for OU Health Sciences. She worked through the mid-1990s and the Oklahoma City Murrah Building bombing.

After medical school, she worked at INTEGRIS Canadian Valley as a physician for nine years.

“I got the opportunity to kind of shift the focus of our practice. We stopped doing OB, (obstetrics) and we transitioned into GYN, (gynecology) and men’s health,” Wilson said.

The staff at Wilson Medical on the front row from left to right are Jennifer Roberts, office manager, Christy Wilcox, physician’s assistant, Dr. Rachelle Wilson. On the back row from left to right are Edith Sanchez, medical assistant, Amber Nitzel, patient care coordinator, Morgan Rice, medical assistant and Kaila Robbins, nurse. (Photo by Robert Medley)

“We’ve been doing our own thing for the last five years,” she said.

She offers bioidentical hormone replacement for men and women, routine wellness exams for women, weight loss, aesthetics, and recently, monocolonal antibody infusions for COVID-19 patients.

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“We treat both men and women. A lot of days you will see 50% both men and women in our clinic,” Wilson said.

Wilson is married to Michael Wilson with three children, Alex Davis, 19, a freshman at Liberty University, Anderson Davis, 17, a junior at Southwest Covenant School in Yukon and and Parker Wilson, a seventh grader at SWCS.

The ailments that Wilson can treat for adults include complications from menopause for women, and erectile dysfunction for men.

“Traditionally for women it is menopausal symptoms, which is hot flashes, night sweats, dryness, pain with intercourse, obesity, brain fog, low libido, not sleeping well at night. The same for men, without the hot flashes, weight gain, energy metabolism, libido, a lot of factors that are heart-protective, brain-protective.”

Wilson said her clinic is approved to provide the monoclonal antibodies, the antibodies that basically give the body a large dose of antibodies to the COVID-19 virus.

“We have had amazing results. We typically get patients in within the same day or the next day,” Wilson said.

“We’ve had patients who can tell a difference. It is intended to decrease hospitalizations and decrease the severity of symptoms and the length and duration of how long you have the COVID symptoms,” Wilson said.

To reach the Wilson Medical clinic call 405-265-2733.

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