Welcome back to day 2 of the 2019 Hormone Summit! It’s time to “Bring the Downstairs UpFront” with Amanda Hayes Fugate (her awesome catchphrase!). Amanda is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist, and today we’re talking about how important this area is to our hormones, sexual health, and emotional well-being. If you don’t know anything about your pelvic floor, you’re about to fall in love with this rarely-talked about body part. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some incredible pelvic floor knowledge!

 

Click here for the second interview of Day 2, Intuition and Hormonal Balance with Medical Intuitive Katie Beecher

 

About amanda:

Amanda hayes fugate, MPT
Pelvic floor physical therapist

Amanda went to Western Carolina University in 2007 with the unique goal of being a pelvic health therapist – she even won a national scholarship because of her passion in this area. Upon graduation she dove head first into creating a pelvic health program from the ground up for an outpatient physical therapy practice in the Asheville, NC area.

Continuing to expand her expertise over the past 10 years has been an amazing journey which led her to teach for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute and open her own pelvic health practice: Pelvic Forward PT. Her goal is to provide comprehensive and patient directed care in the changing medical climate.

2019 hormone summit schedule

Mon, Sep 23rd
Tues, Sep. 24th
Wed, Sep. 25th
Thurs, Sep. 26th
Fri, Sep. 27th
Sat, Sep. 28th
How hormones impact your skin ~ Brooke Venables
Love your pelvic floor and it’ll love you back! ~ Amanda Hayes Fugette

Use your intuition to help you with hormone balance ~ Katie Beecher

Say goodbye to PMS ~ Nicole Jardim

How to Approach Hormone Testing ~ Robin Randisi

How to deal with Perimenopause ~ Dr. Anna Garrett

Bioidentical Progesterone and what to do with it ~ Kitty Matrone
Getting yourself out of fibroid hell ~ Christine Garvin

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