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Supporting Your Health Before, During and Beyond Menopause
The Johns Hopkins Women's Wellness and Healthy Aging Program delivers care that insures women's health needs are addressed before, during and beyond menopause. The program focuses on personalized treatment of the whole woman with an understanding of medical conditions and healthy aging practices in her post reproductive years.The Women’s Wellness Program prioritizes women’s health and wellness through menopause and into her post-reproductive years. The program delivers:
- Educated trainees and health care providers
- Interdisciplinary research opportunities
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The Women's Wellness & Healthy Aging Program provides expert assistance with the psychological, social, emotional and practical needs of women as they age, including self-care, prevention and healthy aging. Our experts can provide strategies to reduce the risk of recurrence and help mitigate conditions in the future.
Recognizing the pervasive impact of decreased ovarian hormones on a woman’s body over time, program co-directors gynecologist Wen Shen and oncologist Vered Stearns have assembled dedicated specialists from departments across Johns Hopkins Medicine to treat and advocate for women with multiple needs beginning in the transition to menopause and throughout their post reproductive years.
Partnering with their patients, a multidisciplinary team of specialists including women’s cardiologist, bone mineral specialists, sexual health, gastroenterology and psychiatry, provide diagnosis, prompt treatment of emerging illness and the opportunity for a lasting impact on overall wellness.
The Program’s patient navigator works with providers to evaluate the needs of each patient and facilitate consultations with the appropriate specialists in a timely, coordinated fashion.
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Information from Our Experts
Read articles with tips and ways to better manage menopause, from Dr. Wen Shen.