Experienced obstetrician-gynecologist, Victoria J. Mondloch, MD, shifts focus on wellness to hormone balancing in males and females to address the diverse needs of patients.
WAUKESHA, WI, November 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Dr. Victoria J. Mondloch and her team have taken the pursuit of empowering their patients to live healthier lives by emphasizing hormone balancing as their main approach to their patients. The Waukesha-based physician has been practicing for more than three decades, specializing in women’s health, family medicine and preventive health and wellness. Over the years, she has become a highly sought-after physician, establishing a harmonious relationship with her patients because she listens to them and approaches each one as an individual with personalized care. This approach is a rarity in her field these days and is one of the many reasons, along with her expertise and services, that so many patients retain Dr. Mondloch.
Victoria Mondloch is using her extensive knowledge of women’s health research to personalize the medical care of every patient that she cares for. She is deeply passionate about focusing on the art of hormone balancing, demonstrating to her patients that they have the potential to manage their health and their hormones as early as their adolescent years.
Dr. Mondloch has stated: “We completely ignore the fact that endometriosis, recurrent ovarian cysts, and polycystic ovary syndrome don’t just begin in a woman’s child bearing years or in her late 20s or 30s. They actually begin as early as a woman’s adolescent years. However, women are seeking answers to their heavy and irregular periods, actually asking why their symptoms are happening, not just ‘how can I cover up these symptoms?’ Too often, women are simply told that they need medication to cover up their symptoms without addressing the root cause of their symptoms, and they are told ‘that’s normal’.”
Dr. Victoria Mondloch’s approach to patients is to educate women about their symptoms and their potential diagnoses; that early diagnosis is best. Knowing your ‘hormone scores’ when your menstrual career begins gives the best and most meaningful information about managing your health. Knowledge Is Power! Hormones are responsible for multiple different functions in the body, affecting our mental, physical and emotional well-being. Their effects on appetite, weight and mood, as well as all of the organ systems, have made it imperative to effectively manage wellness. This approach to health is equally pertinent for women and men despite the difference in male vs. female hormones. Dr. Mondloch stresses the importance of checking and trending all of your hormone levels regularly by doing simple blood work. Furthermore, she believes that not enough emphasis is being placed on educating the medical profession at large about the importance of hormone balancing to keep women off of medication and out of the operating room. Dr. Mondloch believes that tracking hormonal trends from adolescence and beyond is the best approach to taking charge of your own healthcare. That knowledge can help prevent estrogen dominant diagnoses like endometriosis and help prevent infertility, fibroids and even cancer!
Dr. Mondloch not only looks at the hormonal connection to health concerns, she has made it her mission to raise awareness about it. In her critically acclaimed books Blossoming (which is centered around the pubescent years to age 30), she explains why it is essential that all of our hormones, not just the sex hormones, must be kept in balance. Full Bloom (geared towards women in their 30s and older) Dr. Mondloch reveals the groundbreaking truth about our hormones and health during perimenopause, menopause and post menopause.
For further information about Victoria J. Mondloch, MD, including her books and a wide range of services offered, please visit her official website. She can also be found on LinkedIn and Facebook.
Victoria J. Mondloch, MD
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