In this podcast Kirti Salunkhe, MD welcomes Joel Evans, MD for the first of a 4-part series discussing issues surrounding women’s health. Dr. Evans provides suggestions on incorporating holistic methods for managing perimenopausal complaints, the importance of paying attention to hot flashes and the best time to begin hormone replacement therapy. Together they review some of the top questions asked by patients entering this next phase.
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Dr. Evans is a board-certified OB/GYN and the Founder/ Director of The Center for Women’s Health in Stamford Connecticut where he practices integrative obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Evans was also a past Assistant Professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is recognized as the first physician in Connecticut to be board certified in both holistic medicine and obstetrics and gynecology. He serves on the editorial advisory board of Bottom Line/Women’s Health and as a reviewer for Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. His most recent publication was in the textbook on Integrative Gastroenterology entitled “Premenstrual and Menstrual Exacerbation of IBS: An Integrative Medicine Analysis of the Bi-Directional Connection between Female Hormones and Gut Health.” Dr. Evans utilizes a wide variety of complementary and alternative therapies that blend the best of modern medicine with the wisdom of traditional healing.