PCOS What You Need To Know

PCOS-Everything you need to know and should know | taught by Dr. Meaghan Kirschling

Course description

Approximately 12% of women are diagnosed with PCOS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. And many of these women are left with questions. What can they do to help the symptoms? What causes this syndrome? What are the treatment options?

This course is meant to help explain the cause, treatments, and lifestyle changes that will have a positive effect on PCOS. It goes into the classic hormone imbalances and the role of blood sugar and insulin with the syndrome.

This course is great for anyone that has just been diagnosed with PCOS or is exhibiting symptoms and wants to gain control. Since we also go into beyond the basics with treatment options, it is also great for individuals looking for more answers.

Dr. Meaghan  Kirschling
Dr. Meaghan Kirschling
Senior Instructor and Chief Medical Officer @ Beyond The Basics Health Academy

Dr. Meaghan has both an allopathic and alternative medical background, receiving a Doctor of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University, a B.S. in Nursing and Exercise Science from Valparaiso University, a Masters of Nutrition from the University of Connecticut Bridgeport, and a Masters of Nursing in Women's Health from the University of Cincinnati.

Meaghan currently practices at 2 health care facilities and has worked as a floor nurse for six years in the Organ Transplant Unit at the University of Minnesota Fairview Hospital. In 2010, she moved to Germany to be one of the first doctors to provide chiropractic services to military personnel overseas. At Baumholder Health Clinic, she helped create an integrative environment & worked closely with MDs,

She also is a faculty member at the University of Maryland and instructs health science classes.

Dr. Meaghan Kirschling, DC, APRN, RN, MS


Course Curriculum

Basics of Endocrine System and Hormones
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Hormone Cycle
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Cause of PCOS
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Traditional Treatments for PCOS
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PCOS and Diet
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PCOS and Exercise
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