Hip replacement has become a huge business for medicine. Not surprisingly, when a woman comes to an orthopedic surgeon complaining of chronic hip pain, surgery is what the surgeon will suggest. While an artificial hip or other "repair" surgery may provide temporary relief, there are many things that can go wrong leaving a woman looking forward to a lifetime of pain and/or disability. Chronic hip pain is a symptom, not a disease. Learn how to properly respond to the signals your hip is sending you to address the root cause of which the pain is just a message to get your attention.
Surgical treatment for chronic knee pain is a new favorite of orthopedic surgeons. While surgeons generally downplay the risks, the fact is that there is a reason for knee pain. Addressing the root cause that is likely to take some time and the woman taking responsibility for her own health does not suit the medical model which generates billions for doctors every year. If you are experiencing knee pain, there is a reason for it. Let Whole Woman Founder Christine Kent help you uncover the root cause and undertake the healing necessary to resolve the root cause rather than the many potential risks associated with surgery.
Pelvic organ prolapse can occur an any stage of a woman's life. Fifty to eighty percent of all women are expected to experience prolapse a some time in their lives. Through a combination of postural changes and exercise, prolapse can be stabilized and reversed. The older, or physically less capable woman needs a gentler approach to stabilizing and reversing prolapse offered in this video course.
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Women facing hysterectomy are virtually never told by their surgeons all the life-long ramifications of the surgery. When problems occur, compounding the problems with additional surgery is generally their answer. But, there is much that can be done after hysterectomy to life a full and relatively unrestricted life. In this Video Course, Christine Kent offers detailed methods.