Saturday & Sunday, March 25–26, 2017
NUNM Main Campus, 049 SW Porter Street, Portland | Map & Directions
Medical experts will discuss how to manage challenging women’s health concerns. The conference will cover hard to treat medical conditions such as PCOS, endometriosis, infertility, amenorrhea, hormone imbalances and more. Learn how to successfully manage these health concerns utilizing clinical assessment tools, including lab testing and imaging. Receive updates on pharmacologic, nutritional and herbal treatment protocols.
Attend the event in-person or through live video webinar. Extra early-bird pricing is available until January 30, 2017.
Bonus for In-Person Participants
There will be an active and diverse vendor marketplace with samples and product information for clinical practice tools.
Participants attending in person will enjoy delicious farm-to-table lunches both Saturday and Sunday catered by The Lamb’s Table.
KEYNOTE: Jonathan V. Wright, MD: Perspectives on Women’s Health and Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy-From 43 Years of Clinical Practice
Neil McKinney, BSc., ND: Life in the Balance – Healing Women with Cancer
Corina Dunlap ND, MS: PCOS and Infertility – Research Updates and Management
Chris Meletis, ND: Female Fertility- Establishing a Healthy Ecology
Tyna Moore ND, DC: Muscle as Medicine: Balancing Women’s Hormones & Health with Strength
Amy Day, ND: Managing Endometriosis: Naturopathic Care is Key
Jennifer Lush, ND: Perimenopause: What it is and how to diagnose and treat