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May 22, 2010

Understanding Hormones an evening for women by women

Hormone Lecture this Wednesday at Beautiful Golden Door Spa

Throughout our lives, our hormones shift and change. Hormones impact our mood, appetite, weight, skin, energy level, memory, cognition, cycles, and ability to resist health conditions such as osteoporosis.  Learn the basics on how women’s hormones work, how to help keep them properly balanced for optimal health, and when and how to use bio-identical hormones.  

Wednesday, May 26th, 6 – 9pm in the Gathering Room
Golden Door Spa at the Waldorf Astoria Park City
2100 Frostwood Drive, Park City, UT 84098

Snacks, drinks and lots of great information provided.
Cost for the event is $30.00 per person.
***Discount provided to Golden Door spa members.  


I promise you, this event is well worth the price!!!

 

For reservations, call 435-647-5555.
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Dr. Trevor Holly Cates received her medical degree from the National College of Natural Medicine in 2000.  She is a primary care physician specializing in an integrative, holistic approach to medicine. Using individualized assessments and treatments, Dr. Cates’ goal is to find and address the underlying cause of a person’s disease. Nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, environmental medicine, and bio-identical hormone therapy are her modalities of choice. The first woman licensed as a naturopathic doctor in California, Dr. Cates specializes in women’s health and practices in Santa Barbara, California and at the Golden Door Spa at Waldorf Astoria in
Park City, Utah. In addition to private practice, Dr. Cates was twice appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to California’s Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine Advisory Council and was recently elected to the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians board of directors. She is a frequent lecturer and writes articles on natural medicine for various local and national publications. Dr. Cates lives with her husband and three children in Park City, Utah.


Karin Carestia has been practicing pharmacy for 19 years, graduating with honors from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. She moved to Colorado soon thereafter to be in a setting to practice retail pharmacy and enjoy the many recreational pursuits offered by a mountain setting. After becoming a competitive cyclist she realized the great importance of diet and lifestyle in daily performance, physical as well as mental. Pursuing that strong interest in nutrition and a more functional approach to health, Karin helped to open Prescription Alternatives, a compounding pharmacy in Frisco, Colorado. After moving to Park City in 2006 with her husband and two children, she returned to retail pharmacy, but never lost the enthusiasm for compounding. Having received training by attending comprehensive
programs with PCCA (Professional Compounding Centers of America) on
compounding technique as well as on Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, Karin is very excited to open and operate Alpine Apothecary, a compounding pharmacy here in Park City.

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