Understanding Aging in Women: Common Concerns and Practical Solutions
Monday, May 15, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
What role do female hormones play in the aging process? What happens to our hormones and how do these changes affect our bones and pelvic floors? In this two-part series, the Aging Resource Center and the Women's Health Resource Center have teamed up to take a closer look at women's health issues in aging. A group of experts will focus on how hormonal changes affect bone and urogynecologial health. Day one, will introduce hormonal changes and bone health, including how to get moving to improve bone health. Day two will look at urogynicologial ailments and their solutions, including surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
Jo Ellen Gardner; Kathryn Jacobs, APRN; Ellen M. Kfoury, PT; Elizabeth C. Todd, MSN, APRN; and John H. Turco, MD
Mondays, May 15 and 22
- Space is limited, so please pre-register by calling (603) 650-2600.
- All classes must be paid for in full one week before they begin, and we are unable to provide refunds for a program after that date.
- WHRC reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment.
- In case of bad weather, class cancellations will be made on the day of the class: by 2:30 pm for evening classes, and by 8:30 am for daytime classes.
- Scholarships are available from donations made to the WHRC FRIENDS program.
- Some managed care plans are now offering reimbursement to their subscribers for participation in our health care classes. Call your employer or insurance customer representative to find out if you are eligible.
Keywords: Aging, Community Health Education
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Health Education: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Women's Health Resource Center
Since 1991, the Women's Health Resource Center has welcomed many women seeking information and education about their health and the health of their loved ones. As a community service of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, we are committed to promoting preventive care and respecting women's wisdom in making informed health care decisions.