06 Nov Menopause + Women’s Health EPISODE 138
I HIGHLY encourage all women to listen to this podcast, not just women in menopause. We’re so excited to sit down with Dr. Patrick Flynn to talk about menopause and women’s health! By the way, we have rebranded to Nuvitru Wellness!
Here are some topics we’re chatting about this week…
Menopause & Women’s Health
- How and WHY you need to change your outlook on menopause
- Why menopause is actually easier to deal with versus women in their cycle
- What our hormones look like during menopause
- Common treatments for menopause
- Why birth control isn’t a great option for menopause
- Supporting your body naturally through menopause
About Dr. Patrick Flynn
Dr. Patrick Flynn D.C., is the founder of The Wellness Way, as well as an international speaker and author, but still maintains that he is a “simple, country boy who loves what he does.” Dr. Flynn grew up in Crivitz, a small town in northern Wisconsin. He was inspired early in life to understand the human body when teachers labeled him as “troubled and hyper” (reflecting a modern day ADHD diagnosis). Rather than turning to medication, he turned to education, and as a thirteen-year-old boy he read numerous books his local library had to offer. Shortly after meeting his now wife, Christy, she informed him that she was unable to have children and his direction became clear: understanding hormones and the subject of fertility. Dr. Flynn continued his studies with greater passion and built his practice around achieving the best clinical outcomes for patients by testing for and addressing the reasons for dysfunction, rather than focusing on symptoms. As such, he has been able to successfully guide patients with a wide variety of clinical diagnoses to restored function. Now he and his wife have four beautiful daughters.
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