Menopause spells the end of ovarian estrogen production and of reproductive capabilities, and although the sometimes debilitating hot flashes take center stage, many other symptoms and ailments occur as a consequence of estrogen deficiency.
Estrogen is the master of metabolic homeostasis – the regulator of fat and sugar metabolism, the protector of the brain, and of the Master Clock of the body, which controls the coordination of all organs through the Circadian Rhythm. The loss of ovarian estrogen production signals the onset of a host of medical issues for peri and menopausal women.
The presentation will provide a comprehensive overview of the many critical roles which estrogen plays, along with it’s relationship with the Circadian Rhythm as well, case studies will be presented and practical and effective protocols will be discussed, allowing one to implement the highest level of functional and integrative medical care to your women patients … the very next day!
- What you’ll learn:
- You will gain a thorough understanding of the many critically important roles
played by estrogen, apart from its role in reproduction.
- The fundamentals of the Circadian Rhythm, and how estrogen controls the Master Clock, located atop the optic nerves, and how the Master Clock orchestrates a harmonious synchrony between all the organs of the body.
- How hormonal therapy, especially when replaced in a physiological manner, can work with the female body to maintain body functions at an optimal level.
- Protocols to easily grasp the natural approach to menopausal care. Gain practical insight and the ability to apply these easy and effective protocols to your practice the very next day.
Length: 155 minutes (2-parts)
Presenter: Dr Felice L. Gersh, MD
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations.
CPE Points: This course is valid for CPE points. Please click here for more information.