Our Women's Health Program is designed for all women at any stage of life.
We find that there are certain concerns and needs that many women encounter at some point along their journey. These include:
Hormonal imbalances: Transitioning off hormonal or other forms of birth control, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), cyclical depression or anxiety, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), acne, insomnia, digestive disturbances. Symptoms might include irregular periods, heavy or light bleeding.
Fertility and pre-pregnancy: Preparing the body & psyche for pregnancy, difficulty getting pregnant, recurrent miscarriage, irregular cycles, lack of a period (amenorrhea), lack of ovulation.
Pregnancy support: Symptom management (heartburn, muscle cramping, hot flashes, insomnia, mood shifts, headaches), mental emotional support for the transition into motherhood, nutritional counseling and supplement management.
Postpartum support: In other cultures the postpartum period is considered the "Fourth Trimester". This is a vital time for women to recover from the intensive process of creating, carrying, and birthing a new life. Nourishment protocols, support with bonding with the infant, and supporting any issues like postpartum depression and adjustment to the new lifestyle as a mother.
Menopause support: Support with symptoms such as overheating, night sweats, vaginal dryness & atrophy, depression or anxiety related to this transition.
Support with a range of additional gynecological diagnoses, including: Endometriosis, PCOS, PMS, fibroids, interstitial cystitis, chronic unrinary tract infections (UTI's), chronic yeast infections, yin deficiency, and human papillomavirus (HPV).
General womb health
We welcome people across the gender spectrum who feel like they would benefit from the program including gender fluid, non-binary and trans people as well. While we do not specialize in trans health or hormone replacement therapy, we welcome trans people and are also happy to provide more appropriate referrals.