Myesha Banks, APRN, WHNP-BC

Myesha Banks, APRN, WHNP-BC

Nurse Practitioner

Seeing patients at:

Dallas, TX

Myesha Banks, APRN, WHNP-BC is a compassionate, caring, and highly experienced nurse practitioner with extensive specialties in a variety of different healthcare disciplines. Since receiving her masters in nursing and women’s health from the Ohio State University in 2007, Myesha has provided care in a variety of outpatient settings. Specializing largely in women’s healthcare, her focuses have included prenatal care, ob/gyn, reproductive health, and preventive healthcare. As someone who places a very high value on communication and education, Myesha aims to empower patients to better understand the changes their bodies go through during various life changes and to make the best choices for themselves in order to maintain optimal health and prevent issues from developing over the long term. She also feels that it is very important that patients have a full understanding of how different treatments work so that they can fully consider all the available options and be confident about their path to healing every step of the way. Myesha joined the team at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine’s Dallas, Texas location in 2022.


Why did you become a nurse practitioner?

I really value the opportunity to help equip people to maintain good health and prevent long-term issues from emerging in the first place. I came to women’s health in particular because I wanted to help women be empowered in their healthcare choices. My work in women’s health has included helping with pregnancy and delivery in an inpatient setting before going on to work in outpatient settings like prenatal care, ob/gyn, contraception, reproductive health, and preventive health.

What is your favorite part of your job?

I love being able to educate patients – helping women understand how their bodies function during various life phases, which symptoms may occur related to child-bearing, menopause, and endometriosis. I try to help foster a deeper understanding of what can happen inside of the body to cause pelvic pain.

What’s something you would like people to know about pelvic health?

There is sometimes a misconception that medications aren’t good for us, that some things are natural vs not natural. I think it’s really important to educate and reassure people about the safety of new treatments and proper medical therapies, so that they can adequately consider all of the available options.

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