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Alumni Spotlight: Brianne Grogan and Casie Danenhauer Create Healing Global Retreats

Alumni Spotlight: Brianne Grogan and Casie Danenhauer Create Healing Global Retreats

Have you considered the possibilities for your career as a Women’s Health Coach?  In our alumni spotlight series, I want to introduce you to some of the amazing things that our Women’s Health Coaches are doing all over the world to spread an integrative approach to healing for chronic women’s health concerns. Have you ever… Continue Reading

Reduce Male Infertility Risk with The Healthy Sperm Diet

Reduce Male Infertility Risk with The Healthy Sperm Diet

The Healthy Sperm Diet Male infertility is rarely discussed.  But, it’s as common as female infertility.  Generally, the cause of infertility for a couple is 30% a male infertility factor, 30% female, and 30% both or undetermined.  Good nutrition can reduce male infertility risk, improve sperm health, and support more stable genetic material in the… Continue Reading

Skin Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate and Collagen

Skin Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate and Collagen

The skin is a window to a woman’s general health.  While there are many health benefits of dark chocolate, skin health tops the priority list for many women. Dark chocolate with collagen, plus an anti-inflammatory nutrition plan, hydration, and sleep are a winning combination for optimizing skin health. Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate In my… Continue Reading

Fertility Strategies to Improve Egg Quality

Fertility Strategies to Improve Egg Quality

For the woman over 35 who has been told she has “old eggs,” can egg quality be improved for IVF or natural conception? In my practice, women over 40 (or even younger!) who are struggling to conceive are often told by their physicians that they have “old eggs.” What does that mean?  And, are there… Continue Reading

Physical Therapy and Nutrition: A Powerful Combination To Heal Pelvic Pain

Physical Therapy and Nutrition: A Powerful Combination To Heal Pelvic Pain

She’s been dealing with increasing pelvic pain symptoms for years. Newly married and ready to start a family, she worries about the effect that her pelvic pain will have on her relationship with her husband and whether she will even be able to get pregnant. She’s been coming to see you in your physical therapy… Continue Reading

5 Steps to Improving Your Patient Compliance

5 Steps to Improving Your Patient Compliance

My patients seem to want to get better, so why aren’t they doing their home exercises/ taking their supplements/ eating gluten free/ giving up sugar/ going to bed by 10pm? I was working as a women’s health specialist physical therapist, working with a client struggling with postpartum back pain. It was 4pm on a Tuesday.… Continue Reading

The Three Magic Pills Method: The Secret to Optimal Health for Women

The Three Magic Pills Method(TM):  The Secret to Optimal Health for Women My clients are always asking me, “What is the magic pill that I need to take to relieve my pain?”  They go from doctor to doctor, therapist to therapist, nutritionist to nutritionist, and more… to find the magic supplement, medication, surgery, or manual… Continue Reading

Ultimate Guide to Preconception & Optimizing your Fertility Part I: Detoxification

By Kamila K. Veljkovic, Integrative Women’s Health Institute At the Integrative Women’s Health Institute, we are continuously seeing clients who are seeking a more holistic approach to pregnancy, through the following article we intend to provide you, the reader, with research backed approach to preconception and optimizing your fertility through proven ways we’ve seen work… Continue Reading

Delicious Collagen Smoothies for Postpartum Moms

Delicious Collagen Smoothies for Postpartum Moms

Supporting postpartum recovery for new moms is an essential skills for all women’s health physical therapists, fitness professionals, nutritionists, and other women’s health and wellness professionals.  The postnatal year is a time when women need emotional support, practical support, and physical support. Today we’re going to discuss vital aspects of nutrition for supporting tissue recovery… Continue Reading

Being a Healer and a Woman During The Modern Healthcare Revolution

Being a Healer and a Woman During The Modern Healthcare Revolution

It is well understood that the Western Healthcare System is broken. A 2013 survey revealed that 60% of healthcare workers feel burned out in their jobs (Healthcare Traveler Newsletter, 2013). Hospital mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United States (Hospital Safety Score, 2013). Half of all adults has a chronic healthcare… Continue Reading