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Women's Health Alternatives Advanced Class - Webinar Series

Instructor: Kris Vaughan, CH

Prerequisites for this class: herbal medicine training or medical training

The Women’s Health Alternatives Class - Webinar Series is open to herbalists and health care practitioners who specialize in women’s health and are looking to integrate botanical medicine into their practice. This class would offer alternative therapy options for herbalists, holistic nurses, nurse practitioners, general practice physicians, OB/GYN’s, and Physician’s Assistants.

Saturday June 22 & Sunday June 23, 2019
9:00am - 11:00am

Location: Online webinar (recording will be provided for those who can not attend live)

Cost: $155.00

Women’s health care is complex and encompasses acute and chronic vaginal infections as well as Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and the concern of cervical cancer. In this advanced class we will explore the botanical medicine options that can be used either as alternatives or adjuncts to conventional treatments for the following women’s health concerns:

Bacterial and Yeast Infections
Care for acute and chronic infections of the vaginal tissue and their relation to gut health and hormonal balance.

Herpes Infections
Botanicals and supplements for preventing outbreaks and for educing severity and frequency of future outbreaks. This information would be applicable for all forms of herpes infections including shingles.

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
Botanical therapeutics for treatment and resolution of HPV in the woman and her partner to prevent reinfection. Therapeutics for genital warts resulting from HPV. Safer alternatives to Gardasil and prevention of cervical cancer.

Cervical Dysplasia
Discussion of the types of Cervical Dysplasia (Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia) and botanical therapeutics to normalize cellular activity in the tissue.

In this class we will discuss the botanical therapeutics and protocol options for each condition. We will discuss case studies and current research. Previous background in herbal medicine or conventional medicine is recommended before registering for this class.