Menopause with Physiologic Restoration Full Webinar Series
Member pricing is $95.00 and Non Member pricing is $150.00 for the whole series

"As a registered nurse and women's health educator who helps women transition through menopause, I continually seek out the most up-to-date research, training, and best practices related to hormone health and hormone replacement therapy. Logic and science tell us that the safest way to replace hormones is by using bioidentical hormones because they are identical to the hormones produced in the body. Physiologic Restoration takes this concept one step further. It replaces lost hormones with bioidentical hormones using rhythmic dosing to imitate the natural ebb and flow of hormones throughout the menstrual cycle. I had heard about this newer approach to hormone replacement therapy, but I had never had any formal training on the subject until now. The Menopause with Physiologic Restoration Webinar Series presented by the Women's Hormone Network provided in-depth education and training on biomimetic dosing science and physiology. The team of Caren Abdela, Drs Taguchi and Provorse did an excellent job addressing the "why" behind Physiologic Restoration and "how" Physiologic Restoration may help prevent many of the most common age-related diseases that affect women. I highly recommend this training!"

Jill Chmielewski, RN, BSN, Women's Health Educator
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Menopause with Physiologic Restoration
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1. Why Should Menopause Be Treated?
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2. How Should Menopause Be Treated?
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3. Why Rhythm Matters
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4. An Intro To Physiologic Restoration
6. Breast Cancer: Risks and Physiologic Restoration
7. How To Manage Physiologic Restoration Hormone Therapy?
5. Physiologic Restoration & Heart Disease

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