HER Expert Panel Winter Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Improving access to care – reaching low-income mothers and families, improve collaboration in the health and wellness industry (when and where to refer), changing societal conversations and the structure of an antiquated system.

We Asked, She Answered: Sex, Hormone Balancing, Nutrients & More

It’s not often that you get to sit down with a doctor who is trained in the trifecta of Family Medicine, Integrative medicine, and Functional medicine to ask her anything you want! Crissy and Cindi had this opportunity with Dr. Elizabeth Sierakowski. Together, they asked questions on topics affecting the health of moms such as hormone balancing, nutrients, supplements, doctors visits, inflammation, doctor patient relationships and more!

Pediatric Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Dr. Moses and Dr. Saunders discuss the pediatric population and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. They clearly and concisely break the discussion up into sections on the topics of daytime wetting, nighttime wetting, constipation, psychological considerations, and treatment options.

Protecting Your Child’s Mental Health

Our children are little barometers for how we are doing. They are going to be soaking up what is happening in their environment and soaking up what we are expressing to them. Sara discusses how to best support our children and protect their mental health as we navigate uncertainty.

Your Fall School Plan Guide

Regardless of your plan for the upcoming school year, you likely have questions about how to best navigate this next phase with your family.

Your Fall School Plan

Regardless of your plan for the upcoming school year, you likely have questions about how to best navigate this next phase with your family.

Stretching After Purposeful Foam Rolling

HER Self-Care Series:
Christina and Brian Hagan of Healthy Steps NC return to share their expert knowledge on muscles and foam rolling. They provide instruction on how to stretch after your foam rolling session. When applied, these methods will help correct posture, reduce the chance of injury and make your time more effective with Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy & Chiropractic care by effectively supplementing their efforts.

Reduce the Picky Eating Struggle

It’s important to understand that picky eating is normal for young children. A child may eat a whole lot of one food one day, and the next day they are all about another food. Children use intuition to pick the foods that they are going to eat. Maggie explains this using research and how to minimize the eating struggles.