Scottsdale clinic to host part one of hormone education series

Chambers Clinic’s, a naturopathic practice in north Scottsdale presents part one of three Hormone Education Series, ‘Menopause and Andropause’ at 7 p.m. on May 14.

Valley residents are invited to learn about testosterone, thyroid, adrenals, progesterone and estrogen at the series, according to a press release.

‘Menopause and Andropause’ will be at 6748 E. Lone Mountain Road in Cave Creek. Appetizers and beverages will be available during the presentation.

On behalf of Chambers Clinic, Angelina Alejandro will present part one of the hormone education series lead by Rudy Dragone, R.Ph, a compounding pharmacist, nationally acclaimed bioidentical hormone replacement expert and author.

Valley residents will gain an understanding of how hormones work and about naturopathic practices from the doctors and practitioners of Chambers Clinic.  Additional attendees will learn ways to stress less, sleep more, manage weight and balance their sex drive, according to the release.

Ms. Dragone had worked for years with Dr. William R. Lee, an internationally acknowledged pioneer in the study and use of hormone replacement therapy for women. Together, they were instrumental in the educating thousands of healthcare professionals about the role of hormones and the use of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, in healthcare.

Ms. Dragone offers hope, help and healing through education and the proper use of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, according to the release.

Chambers Clinic will collect non-perishable goods for admission. All donations will go to Foothills Food Bank.

RSVP to cbaus@chambersclinic.com, visit Chamber Clinic’s event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1603375179908378/ or call 602-722-5627.

For additional information please visit www.chambersclinic.com.

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