What is Physiologic Restoration?

Physiologic Restoration offers hormone replacement in the most natural way possible. This unique method is based on three basic principles:

Use bioidentical hormones, which are hormones that are identical to the hormones produced by the body.

Mimic the optimum monthly hormone rhythms one should naturally experience in their 20’s and 30’s.

Achieve hormone levels experienced by healthy women in their 20’s and 30’s.

Why Physiologic Restoration?

The WHN Physiologic Restoration dispensing system has been designed to deliver optimal levels of hormones, essential for health and quality of life. By mimicking a young woman’s natural release of estradiol and progesterone throughout a 28-day cycle, the system enables practitioners to recreate the menstrual cycle – the ultimate sign of proper hormone restoration.

Our goal is to help you reach peak health by reviving your individual physiologic hormone levels which can effectively slow the natural aging process that contributes to degenerative diseases and frailty.

Formulations and cream preparations must be created to exacting, high-quality standards. As a result, we strongly advise that prescriptions for Physiologic Restoration for women should only be obtained from one of our trained pharmacy partners. Our compounding pharmacy partners undergo rigorous quality control and safety audits through the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB). PCAB Accreditation in combination with the pharmacy’s commitment to continuous compliance. In addition, this demonstrates a commitment to meeting the highest industry standards for quality and safety.

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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