Michelle Clardy is a certified physician assistant with over thirty years of experience serving the women of Cherokee County. She specializes in contraception management, including subdermal implants, and treating polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Ms. Clardy also has expertise in hormone replacement therapy and alternatives like compounded hormone and hormone pellet implants.
Ms. Clardy believes that women make the best decisions regarding their health care when they have been educated about the options available to them. She encourages patients to consider the benefits and risks of each treatment within the context of their unique medical history, family history, personal experiences and lifestyle. Ms. Clardy takes pride in educating her patients so that each woman can make informed decisions about her care considering what is best for her individual needs.
In her spare time, Ms. Clardy enjoys gardening, attending church gatherings, reading, trips to the beach, but most importantly, spending time with her grown daughters, their husbands, and her two young grandsons.