The Menopause Center has been specifically designed to address the needs of menopausal patients. Menopause can be viewed as a sentinel event that presents a unique opportunity for women to evaluate personal health and improve health practices. Many patients transition uneventfully, however others can experience life changing symptoms that severely disrupt function and quality of life.
The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) is the foremost authority on the management and of care of the menopausal patient. As a NAMS member and certified provider, I can provide collaboration with patients to help individualize screening and management approaches to menopause, facilitate informed decision making and incorporate each woman’s preferences, values and concerns to enhance sense of well-being.
The scope of concern and the complexity of issues frequently demand more than can be accomplished at the typical annual exam. Let’s take the time needed to help you make the best decisions for your health. I look forward to helping you in this next chapter of your life!
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*Please note: The information contained in this section is for reference only. If you have concerns about a specific issue(s), please contact our office.
- Vasomotor symptoms-hot flashes, night sweats
- Vulvovaginal atrophy-vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, urinary symptoms
- Mood dysphoria
- Altered sexual function
- Sleep disruption
- Weight gain
- Urinary leakage
- Cognitive changes
Menopausal Management Strategies
- Lifestyle and dietary adjustments
- Non-hormonal therapies and supplements
- Hormone Therapy (HT)
- Traditional Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
- Bio-identical Hormone Therapy (BHRT)
- NAMS Recommendations
- Weight Management
Womens’ Health and Menopause
- Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and HT
- Breast Cancer and Breast Health Risk Assessment
- Bone Health and Osteoporosis Risk Assessment
- Adult Onset Diabetes Risk Assessment
Menopause Concerns of Patients with Co-Morbidities
- Diabetic patient and menopause
- Cardiovascular disease and menopause
- Breast cancer survivor