HerKare was founded in November 2013 to create a female-friendly facility where understanding medical professionals focus on improving each woman’s overall health and well-being through hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and personalized wellness offerings. Some HerKare locations feature other services including annual gynecology examinations, bone density and sonogram assessments, aesthetics, and other services designed to promote women’s health, well-being and quality of life.
Bring back balance to your life in a convenient and comfortable environment at any of our HerKare locations. Before you even walk in the door for your first appointment, we will gladly verify your insurance, so you will understand how your insurance benefits relate to your potential therapy.
Patients are monitored and treatment plans are routinely assessed to ensure that your overall health and well-being are optimized. We also value your time. You are so busy taking care of everyone else…it’s time to take care of yourself!
Good wellness practices begin early in a woman’s life and include regular annual exams, check-ups and blood work. Hormone deficiencies can occur at any age. You don't have to accept always being tired, struggling with weight gain, or just feeling bad. The HerKare providers will explore what could possibly be happening and discuss potential options to treat these symptoms.
The years leading up to menopause are called perimenopause. Beginning in your 30s and 40s, the ovaries gradually produce less hormones. Changes in menstrual bleeding are normal during perimenopause, but still should be reported to your health care professional. Abnormal bleeding may be a sign of a problem. Perimenopause lasts up until menopause. In the last 1-2 years, the drop in hormones accelerates. At this stage, many women can experience hot flashes, night sweats, sleep problems, and vaginal symptoms.
Menopause is the point when a woman stops having menstrual periods. The ovaries stop releasing eggs and producing most of their estrogen. Menopause is diagnosed when a woman has gone without a period for 12 consecutive months. The average age of a woman in menopause is 51 years old.
These are the years after menopause. During this stage, menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, can ease for many women. But, as a result of a lower level of hormones, postmenopausal women may be at increased risk for a number of health conditions, such as osteoporosis and heart disease. Medication, such as hormone therapy and/or healthy lifestyle changes, may reduce the risk of some of these conditions.