Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 2020 ~ After attending last year's conference in beautiful downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, I thought I would bring news of this year's event to MND readers.
Meet Christine Kent.
Christine Kent, Whole Woman
After suffering a profound uterine prolapse while still in her third year of nursing school, Whole Woman founder, Christine Kent, refused the hysterectomy she was told was essential.
She struggled with her prolapse for years before realizing that learning how to resolve her condition was her life’s work.
Image: Hotel Andaluz, Albuquerque, Whole Woman Conference, 2019
After almost four years of virtually full-time research in the University of New Mexico Medical Center Library, she has cracked the code.
Quickly getting her own prolapse under control, she published her first book, Saving the Whole Woman, put up her first web site and public forum, and began teaching women what she had learned. Within weeks, women began writing back that their symptoms were dramatically improving!
Since then, thousands of women in over sixty countries have avoided dangerous and damaging surgeries using Christine’s methods. The Whole Woman work has also expanded to include related conditions of urinary incontinence as well as chronic hip and knee pain.
Christine has also developed specialized training for post-hysterectomy women as they are particularly prone to prolapse. Preview her research in this article on the erroneous anatomical model used by the medical profession, here.
This year the Whole Woman Conference, will be online. You will experience a high-intensity education on your miraculous and fabulous female body and how to correct your pelvic health for a lifetime. Register here.
I felt very invigorated after attending last year and plan on attending again this year.
You will experience a high-intensity education on your miraculous and fabulous female body and how to correct your pelvic health for a lifetime.
Cost is $197 and you can register here.