Introducing : The Endometriosis Health & Diet Program, co-authored by Dr. Andrew Cook and Danielle Cook. This comprehensive, integrative program for treating endometriosis, and serves as a starting point for building an individualized program. It explains the medical side of endometriosis and how lifestyle factors may impact the disease -- it answers the "why" of
Please tune into your local CBS station to see Dr Cook on Monday, 12-5-16, on The Doctors TV Program. It will air in California at various times, depending on location. For those unable to watch the program at the airing time, there will be a post airing video available on our website, our Facebook page,
Announcing ~If you are in need of convenient travel aids or just looking for general comfort with some of your pelvic pain, please check out the great products at Pelvic Pain Solutions … they were a well-received co-sponsor for the Endo What? film in SF recently. So happy to share these great products with you ….
Director and Producer Shannon Cohn announces the premier screening of her documentary film Endo What? this April 13th at the Delaney Street Theatre in San Francisco. Please join Dr. Andrew Cook and Libby Hopton, Director of Research & Evidence Based Medicine, as we gather with a group of esteemed panelists to answer questions on Endometriosis, and discuss issues relating to public awareness
Because so few people know that 70% of teens who experience chronic pelvic pain are later given an endometriosis diagnosis, many young women suffer years of pain when it’s overlooked as a potential diagnosis. Endometriosis is generally thought of as unique to grown women and not considered as a possibility for adolescents and teens. One young woman, Erika, would like
Are you sometimes so bloated that you feel like you are pregnant? Or even had people ask you if you are pregnant? Do you have an extra set of clothes set aside for those times when you are so bloated that it’s time for a wardrobe switch? Maybe you are like Samantha, a woman just
This opportunity is exactly what I had hoped my public health education would offer: professional public health development in the field of endometriosis, working toward reducing the unnecessary suffering that so many women experience. Kelly M. Heslin, of the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona, joins Vital Health Endometriosis Center this summer
The Endo Patient’s Survival Guide, co-authored by Dr. Andrew Cook, Libby Hopton and Danielle Cook, is the essential patient’s companion to living with and overcoming endometriosis and pelvic pain: from seeking help and getting an initial diagnosis to navigating treatment options and achieving optimal relief and wellness. The guide is now printed and available for order