A new test for Estrogen metabolism and patients with higher risk of breast cancer

| August 15, 2013

Estrogen has multiple positive effects on every organ system in the body from head to toe, allowing women to maintain their cognitive skills, ability to sleep, controlling hot flashes/night sweats, muscular strength, bladder function, libido, emotional evenness, migraine prophylaxis, GI tract motility and function as well as helping control hair loss from our head, excess […]

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Whole-grain, fiberand disease prevention

| August 11, 2013

A local article in the Milwaukee Journal sentinel Sunday, Aug 11,2013 discusses the truth behind ‘whole grain’.  Many foods are marketed as whole grain and told that they have an 18% to 40% lower risk of diabetes, stroke and heart disease.  However, it’s important to realize that whole grains + fiber achieve these protective results […]

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Perimenopause in a patient told ‘had hyst and both ovaries removed’

| September 28, 2012

N. O. is a 36 yo female who had a hysterectomy at age 29, then both ovaries removed 10months apart at age 33.  Pt was placed on non-bioidentical hormone and never felt it was helping.  Pt seen in this office for 2nd opinion consultation with multiple moderate menopausal symptoms.  Pt was trialed on bio-identical hormone replacement […]

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Your own personal trainer

| December 14, 2011

When did you last get a free exercise consultation and 3 free one-on-one personal training sessions with your annual check-up? Check us out; it’s how to empower our patients to reach their personal fitness goal whether you’re an experienced athlete or just getting started.

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Metabolism, the speed at which your body works…can we influence this?

| September 8, 2011

Metabolism is the speed at which your body works; some are blessed with a rapid metabolism while others claim that they gain weight simply by “looking at food”. Genetics can play a role; hypothyroidism or low thyroid can run in families. A simple blood test can determine this and correct an underactive thyroid. Increasing muscle […]

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