Are you ready for education on how you can manage your PCOS naturally?
Are you tired of taking medications day in and day out JUST to function?
Are you ready to take charge of your life and your body?
Our Breakthrough 101- 4 Pillars of PCOS class is an abbreviated version of our Breakthrough PCOS masterclass which is a lifestyle management program for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome which focuses on a 4 pillar system for the holistic management for PCOS.
What are the facts?
- There are more than 15 million women worldwide that suffer from PCOS
- Although PCOS cannot be cured, it can go into remission.
- By age 40, 40% of women with PCOS will develop pre-diabetes or diabetes.
- Lifestyle management in PCOS can help to regulate cycles, improve fertility and lessen the risk of PCOS complications such as diabetes and high cholesterol.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a health problem that affects one in 10 women of childbearing age.
Despite being one of the most common endocrine disorders, PCOS receives less than .1% of funding from the National Institutes of Health.
In this class Dr. Kourtney will focus on the 4 necessary pillars that are needed to manage PCOS-nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress management. Your body always has a way to heal and balance itself and lifestyle management is always key! Each class participant will also receive a 28 day nutritional and exercise plan that is specific to body type.
The Breakthrough 101 classes is a group class series designed for insured patients who want to become a more active participant in their healthcare. The classes in this series cover a broad range of subjects in functional wellness including gut health, HPA axis management, sleep hygiene, nutrition management, raw & living foods, plant based eating, the benefits of a keto or paleo style diet, insomnia, hormonal balance, management of moods, mindfulness and more! All classes in this series are designed and presented by Dr. Kourtney Sims M.D., F.A.C.O.G., N.C.M.P. and are typically range from 1-1.5 hours in length. The goal of this series is to improve access and education to the community and our patients in the areas of the root causes of imbalance and disease and as such are specifically designed to be billable to insurance.