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Christine Klein

Perimenopause, Menopause and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

By Christine Klein PT, DPT, WCS, CPT, PCES As a pelvic floor physical therapist, I see so many women in their 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond with pelvic floor problems like urinary leakage, bothersome urinary urgency and frequency, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginal/pelvic pain and pain with sex.  All of these symptoms can be attributed to hormone level changes associated with perimenopause and menopause. I love being able to educate my […]

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allison poole

Power of Perimenopause: Losing the Fear & Embracing THE Change

By Allison Poole PT, MPT, WHC When I mention to a client “Well, you’re likely in perimenopause…” they often look at me wide-eyed in pure disbelief and horror. Many women are confused by the term perimenopause, many have never even heard of it. They feel too young to be “menopausal” yet they feel like something is shifting because they definitely don’t feel like themselves. Perimenopause is the period of time

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Leslie Weidner

Should You Eat Soy in Perimenopause?

By Leslie Weidner Registered Dietitian, Perimenopause Nutrition Coach Soy foods have become quite controversial on whether or not to consume them during midlife. Perimenopause is a transitional and often confusing time for women, and making it even more confusing is all of the misinformation circulating online when it comes to nutrition. Many women have been told to avoid soy because of its estrogenic effects on the body, particularly for those

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Dr. Bronwyn Hill

The Opportunity of Perimenopause

By Dr. Bronwyn Hill Naturopathic Doctor, NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner I met with a 42 year old woman yesterday who came to me for help with her “hormonal hot mess” as she put it. Periods coming too soon, sometimes later. Heavier bleeding. More intense PMS symptoms including insomnia, night sweats, and breast tenderness. Fatigue and brain fog. Non-existent sex drive. Persistent bloating and stubborn weight she just cannot lose despite

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