We are pleased to be re-opening with the following safety measures in place: The clinic will be open each Tuesday and Wednesday for patients who require procedures(laser, Botox, fillers, pelvic examinations and vitamin injections). All other physician appointments (bio-identical hormones, adrenal or thyroid support, renewal of medications) will be conducted by telephone.Continue Reading
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing our world. To protect yourself and others, I strongly advocate for social distancing, proper hand hygiene and wearing masks in public. I also recommend taking steps to optimize your immune function. A well-functioning immune system is the key to preventing infection and disease. This is very important as we face the COVID-19 pandemic head on. Getting adequate sleep, exercising and eating nutritious food are important basic steps, but you can do more. Research has shown that supplementing with specific vitamins and minerals can improve the immune response and provide protection from viral illness.Continue Reading
Has your skin care routine changed because you can’t get in to see your medical aesthetician? Just because we are social distancing, we don’t need to neglect our skin. In fact, this is the perfect time to consider an at home peel because intensive skin care protocols do require a bit of social downtime.Continue Reading
Urine leakage and vaginal dryness are a natural part of ageing… suffering is optional. It’s time to get the conversation started!
Remember when you were 10 and had classes at school to help you understand the changes your body would go through at puberty? Embarrassing as they were, those classes made it a little easier to accept periods, breasts and a newfound interest in boys. There is no equivalent class for our transition to menopause and that’s a shame. Women just don’t understand what lies ahead as their bodies age and that there are options to treat and even prevent urinary leakage, vaginal dryness and painful intercourse. It’s time to get the conversation started.Continue Reading
October is synonymous with Breast Cancer Awareness.
Pink ribbons everywhere remind us that a cure for breast cancer is still beyond our
reach. Women are diligently getting their mammograms, but this disease continues to
be responsible for the deaths of our loved ones - 14 women will die each day in Canada
from breast cancer. A woman’s lifetime risk is 1 in 8! But did you know that breast
cancer is PREVENTABLE ?