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Time to Seek Health: Hormones for Men


Part Two of a FREE Class Series

In today’s environment, men are seeking care for their health problems with fewer stigmas.  Hormone decline occurs not just for women, but men experience it and know it as well.  It is time to get beyond a short-sighted testosterone replacement.  Dr. Lee will explain the basics of testosterone therapy - who should get it and how to monitor it for safety- and will discuss other natural and medical ways to improve your levels.  If you are already on testosterone replacement, she will answer your unanswered questions.  She will also share new perspectives on prostate health and men’s health issues.  Register for this class and pick Dr. Lee’s brain!.

This is a free series of classes that require no registration. It is not necessary to attend all classes included in the series.

Overview: Hormone Health Class Series

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has been a hot topic in the field of anti-aging and preventive medicine in the United States recently.  But do you know the first hormones used in medicine, in fact, began in China around 10th century?  Combining Eastern and Western medical approaches, Dr. Mi-Jung Lee ND/LAc will present the best practices for evaluation and treatment that have evolved out of her functional integrative medical experience. She has extensively studied and researched hormones and worked at a hormone testing laboratory for 5 years where she advised other physicians regarding patient results and treatment.  She has been helping diverse generations of patients to restore their health through hormonal balance and other complementary therapies.  She accommodates her patients who have had negative experience with previous hormone therapy by customizing effective and safe application of Eastern Asian Anti-aging formulas to address their hormonal imbalance symptoms and achieve vigor and longevity. Her talk has been designed to be educational and engaging with humor.  She has presented at many conferences for doctors and patients. 

Earlier Event: October 3
Co-Housing Discussion Group
Later Event: October 14
Everett Bike Walk