Learn the latest on women’s health in Palmer’s new CE series
We know many of you see women in your practices for a variety of conditions, and now Palmer offers a special continuing education program, the Women’s Health Series, to provide the latest information on addressing many of the most common women’s health issues. This comprehensive series covers a wide range of topics, including hormonal imbalances, infertility, and considerations for a healthy pregnancy and post-partum care.
All sessions in the series will be held on Palmer’s Main campus in Davenport, Iowa. The first session April 28-29 covers two topics: “The Missing Business Course: Maternity Leave,” and “Women’s Health Issues (Diagnosis & Treatment) Over the Lifetime Continuum.” It’s presented by Gina Sirchio-Lotus, D.C., CCN.
May 12-13, Dr. Sirchio-Lotus and Jeanie Bussell, L.Ac., Ph.D., present, “The Road to Conception: How to Protect Fertility and Recover from Infertility, an Interdisciplinary Approach.”
The June 16-17 session addresses two topics. Dr. Sirchio-Lotus will present, “Preconceptive Health: Correcting Hormone Imbalances, Lifestyle Choices and Underlying Conditions Prior to Conception.” Rachel Fabbi, D.C., presents “Natural Gynecology: Treatments and Options Outside of Surgery to Address Common conditions.”
Additional sessions will cover such topics as the physiological and musculoskeletal care of pregnancy symptoms, taping and fitness throughout pregnancy, post-partum issues, baby development milestones, baby and child nutrition, pain and its relation to pregnancy, metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance and DM2 and cardiac health in the female patient and common female reproductive disorders.