We Invite You to be at the Forefront of the Healthiest and Most Effective Bioidentical Hormone Protocol in the World.
Become a Member of WHN
Help initiate our mission to support the ongoing research and education
for Physiologic Restoration.

By being a member, you help fund health for women around the world - from our upcoming clinical study, to our 21st Century, scientifically-validated approaches to hormone information and protocols. You will be joining a network of like-minded people (pharmacists, doctors, health coaches and others), who believe in the mission of WHN.

We value and need a diverse community, that means we need YOU. With that in mind, we've created valuable benefits for everyone from prescribing practitioners and health professionals to advocates and hormone users everywhere

"I really enjoyed this conference. I thought that the information was detailed, thorough and groundbreaking. I'm excited to begin applying what I learned to my patient base. Thank you."

Dr. Chan
Membership Fees
Good for ONE year from date of enrollment.

Prescribing health care professionals such as:
- NP
- RN
- PA

  • Health Coaches
    Health coaches are highly trained professionals who draw on their skills to support their clients as they work through health and wellness challenges. Immediate acceptance for Professional Memberships with WHN includes the following schools:

    • School of Applied Functional Medicine, FDN-P, Kresser Institute of Functional Medicine, IFM, Kalish Practitioners, Functional Medicine University. Other programs will be considered based on the course curriculum and possibly an interview with WHN.

  • Pharmacists

  • Chiropractors

  • Nutritionists

  • Any other interested health care professionals.

Health-conscious lay people who want to support innovative care for women

The goal of WHN is to expand the Standard of Care by promoting, advocating, and advancing women's wellbeing and longevity through clinical research and education about the benefits of Physiologic Restoration to reduce the symptoms of hormone imbalance, chronic disease and degenerative decline.
WHN is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation