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Episode 37: A Holistic Approach to Endometriosis Care With Dr Iris Kerin Orbuch.

Updated: Feb 13, 2023

Dr. Iris Kerin Orbuch is the Director of the Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy Center in Los Angeles and New York City.

Dr Orbuch is a fellowship trained Endometriosis excision surgeon. She sees the value in addressing Endometriosis, an inflammatory and autoimmune disease, via eastern and western approaches. The cornerstone of endometriosis treatment is surgical excision of endometriosis, she understands the importance of incorporating integrative medicine and combining eastern and western medicine approaches in helping her patients heal and getting them on the road to recovery.

There are many people I could have invited on to the show to discuss the topic of endometriosis and the reason I specifically invited Dr Orbuch is entirely because of her integrated and holistic approach to treating endometriosis.

Did you know that it typically takes 10 years for someone to be diagnosed with endometriosis? If you experience pain all cycle round and / or heavy or painful periods then I invite you to listen to this episode so that you can be your own health advocate and know what questions to ask your health care professional around getting a diagnosis.

If you have already been diagnosed with endometriosis and find yourself making little to no progress with symptom management, even post surgery, then I especially invite you to listen to this episode. Dr Orbuch very kindly shares all that she explores with her patients in her holistic treatment centre which I know will leave you feeling empowered to start seeking the holistic care you possibly need and very likely deserve.

If you would like to work with Dr Orbuch one on one, please feel welcome to explore her virtual treatment services, links are in the show notes.

Enjoy the show!



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