Shanna Snow, DO, FACOOG

Shanna Snow, DO, FACOOG

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Obstetrician-Gynecologist Profile

As an OB/GYN, I treat women through the whole realm of life, from puberty through childbirth and into menopause. I like the variety that provides. It allows me to treat the whole person.

Obviously delivering babies is a favorite. There is no better thing. It is equally rewarding and satisfying for me, however, when I am able to connect with a patient and explain a problem and what I think I can do to help. When a patient tears up and says to me, "you are the first person who ever understood what I'm talking about," that is extremely satisfying.

I have spent a long time learning how to listen to people instead of just telling them what I think. I spend the time to get to know and figure out what is going on. I invest my time in my patients. I don't talk over or above them. I take the time to explain things to them at whatever level they need. I do this so they can know and feel that they've been heard.

I definitely knew I wanted to be an obstetrician since childhood. I wanted to deliver babies. It was in college, that I learned everything else that is involved in obstetrics and gynecology - and I still knew it was what I wanted to do.

I am also very much into natural health and nutrition. I went back to school after becoming a doctor just to learn more about it and now I have a Master's degree in it. So anything that has to do with mind/body healing, eating real whole foods and using fresh wholesome ingredients in cooking, is something I advocate and enjoy.

Spiritual and physical fitness are key to me: yoga, hiking and getting into nature are hobbies I enjoy and recommend. It helps in centering yourself and getting through life's stresses. This is important, especially for women, because I don't think we always realize how much stress takes a toll on our bodies. So if I am going to help other women, I feel I have to stay as healthy as possible, not only to be a role model but to speak from experience. I can say to my patients, "I tried this, you may like it."

See my past Doc Talk Live events. Doc Talk Live is a series of free physician talks on health topics you want to know more about. You can watch recorded past events on our archive page!

Locations:

1860 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Suite 300
Fairfield, CA 94533
421 Nut Tree Road
Vacaville , California 95687
Education:

OB/GYN Osteopathic Residency, MSUCOM/Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills MI Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Mare Island, CA Masters in Human Nutrition, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Certifications:

  • Osteopathic Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology
Professional Memberships:

  • American college of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • American Osteopathic Association
Languages Spoken:

  • English

Videos ft. Dr. Snow

Accepted Health Plans

Below is a list of plans accepted by this doctor and all NorthBay doctors unless designated as an independent community doctor.

While we strive to keep this list up to date, it's always a good idea to check with your health plan to determine the specific details of your coverage, and to contact the doctor's office to verify acceptance of your particular plan.

Dr. Shanna Snow Patient Reviews
Obstetrician-Gynecologist Profile

As an OB/GYN, I treat women through the whole realm of life, from puberty through childbirth and into menopause. I like the variety that provides. It allows me to treat the whole person.

Obviously delivering babies is a favorite. There is no better thing. It is equally rewarding and satisfying for me, however, when I am able to connect with a patient and explain a problem and what I think I can do to help. When a patient tears up and says to me, "you are the first person who ever understood what I'm talking about," that is extremely satisfying.

I have spent a long time learning how to listen to people instead of just telling them what I think. I spend the time to get to know and figure out what is going on. I invest my time in my patients. I don't talk over or above them. I take the time to explain things to them at whatever level they need. I do this so they can know and feel that they've been heard.

I definitely knew I wanted to be an obstetrician since childhood. I wanted to deliver babies. It was in college, that I learned everything else that is involved in obstetrics and gynecology - and I still knew it was what I wanted to do.

I am also very much into natural health and nutrition. I went back to school after becoming a doctor just to learn more about it and now I have a Master's degree in it. So anything that has to do with mind/body healing, eating real whole foods and using fresh wholesome ingredients in cooking, is something I advocate and enjoy.

Spiritual and physical fitness are key to me: yoga, hiking and getting into nature are hobbies I enjoy and recommend. It helps in centering yourself and getting through life's stresses. This is important, especially for women, because I don't think we always realize how much stress takes a toll on our bodies. So if I am going to help other women, I feel I have to stay as healthy as possible, not only to be a role model but to speak from experience. I can say to my patients, "I tried this, you may like it."

See my past Doc Talk Live events. Doc Talk Live is a series of free physician talks on health topics you want to know more about. You can watch recorded past events on our archive page!

Locations:

1860 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Suite 300
Fairfield, CA 94533
421 Nut Tree Road
Vacaville , California 95687
Education:

OB/GYN Osteopathic Residency, MSUCOM/Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills MI Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Mare Island, CA Masters in Human Nutrition, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Certifications:

  • Osteopathic Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology
Professional Memberships:

  • American college of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • American Osteopathic Association
Languages Spoken:

  • English

Videos ft. Dr. Snow

Accepted Health Plans

Below is a list of plans accepted by this doctor and all NorthBay doctors unless designated as an independent community doctor.

While we strive to keep this list up to date, it's always a good idea to check with your health plan to determine the specific details of your coverage, and to contact the doctor's office to verify acceptance of your particular plan.

Dr. Shanna Snow Patient Reviews