Posts Tagged ‘hormone therapy’


Hormone Update: Your Lifeline for Midlife and Beyond

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Please join us for a presentation and conversation presented by Dr. Ricki Pollycove – popular author and women’s integrated wellness specialist for over 30 years.

Bioidentical Hormones

What is menopause? What’s “normal” to expect? Must I suffer through these hot flashes and night sweats? Why can’t I sleep? Is it all in my head? Are hormones safe? Are they necessary?

Many questions about menopause persist. With the right support, good information on which to base good decisions, confidence in your knowledge and a clear understanding of the role of bioidentical hormones, this phase of life can be one of your best.

You’ll get details, updates and information on the latest science of women’s health, menopause and hormones in a relaxed, comfortable atmophere as Dr. Pollycove shares highlights from her new book.

Share in a holiday boutique of fancy foods with gourmet jams and relishes created by Kitty Meyers of Aunt Kitty’s Kreations and Artisan Gourmet Chocolates made in Switzerland shared by Lorraine Thomson, Owner of Truffuli di Pellegrini.

Wine and nibbles hosted by Healthwell Physical Therapy Group whose commitment to integrated health continues to expand and benefit you!

DATE: Monday, December 6, 2010
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
LOCATION: Healthwell Physical Therapy Group
1200 Gough Street, Lobby Level, San Francisco, CA 94109 (Map)
FREE PARKING: Available at Healthwell’s facilities
RSVP: Seating is limited. Please call Healthwell to RSVP
by December 2nd at 415.921.1211

Download the flier (PDF)

Recently on KTVU: Study Shows Hormone Therapy Increased Cancer Risk

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Dr. Ricki Pollycove recently gave advice on the KTVU piece: Study Shows Hormone Therapy Increased Cancer Risk, John Fowler reports. Fowler quotes Dr. Ricki as saying, “this news should not scare women, but empower them. To talk with their doctors to use the right hormones after menopause. That risks, in fact, are very small.”