Female Fundamentals

A one day seminar for Allied Health Professionals who want to shape the future of women’s health.

Tailored care
for female patients

Women and men are different, and women require different care through each stage of their life. This seminar will teach you how to care for every woman, no matter where she is, so she can be more her.

About
Your Trainer

Dr Anthea Todd is an Australian registered Chiropractor with a Masters in Women’s Health Medicine and  Reproductive Medicine. 

From a young age I’ve always loved learning about the body. Sitting at the kitchen table waiting for my dad to come home so he could teach my about the anatomy of the eye or about the hippocampus when I was in grade 2. (I know, I need to get a life.)

This passion extended after I graduated and had been working for a couple of years as a Chiropractor. I found that female patients of all ages would consistently be making comments like. ‘oh yes that’s just normal’, ‘my doctor said my blood tests were normal’, ‘I’ve had this for so long, and no one can find out why i have it, so it must just be normal for me’. Women are shamed and stigmatised into their health problems being something inherently wrong with them. Instead of the health system admitting that they don’t know why… yet. Or encouraging women to seek out other alternatives for their problems that we can’t solve. That’s what healthcare is all about after all. 

That’s what I want to share with you all. The knowledge you need to be able to help every female patient that walks through your doors. Because they are different to men. Heart attacks present differently, osteoporosis, alzheimers, thyroid disease to name a few are all more prevalent, we get periods for goodness sake. Everything is different, which is what makes our bodies so confusing when we don’t understand, and so powerful when we do. So let’s make it less confusing shall we…

Do you struggle understanding women's hormones?
This Seminar Will Help

We will take a deep dive into the menstrual cycle, learning how it alters from puberty to menopause, and what happens when diseases such as endometriosis, PCOS or hypothyroidism are present.

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Do you ever get confused about what is normal at different stages of female development?
This Seminar Will Help

Understanding the difference between common and normal is at the core of what you will learn. Understanding that female hormones are different at puberty, compared to our 20’s, 30’s 40’s, in menopause and beyond is lacking in our education and management of our patients. Society has us believe that we should be able to achieve peak health by doing the same things no matter if we’re 25 or 45. That just ain’t the truth. 

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Do you want to collaborate with other practitioners on women's health?
This Seminar Will Help

Understanding what tests your patient needs, when to refer for them and how best to collaborate with their GP and Specialists. 

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Are you sick of seeing female patients that have lost hope?
This Seminar Will Help

This is what we’re all about. Creating change in the healthcare system so women don’t have to feel like there is something wrong with them, but knowing that it’s the system that doesn’t have the answers that they need. It starts with understanding how the female body works, and how it changes across the lifespan so we can adapt our lifestyle to get the best function out of our body.

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Topics
We Cover

  • Normal menstrual cycle and how it changes naturally across the lifespan
  • How to care for women who are trying to conceive
  • How to help women who are wanting to come off their hormonal contraception
  • How to communicate and educate women on their body across their lifespan
  • Endometriosis, PCOS, Adenomyosis, Fibroids, Thyroid, Insulin Resistance, Chronic fatigue and mineral deficiencies
  • The interconnectedness and feedback loops of your hormones with themselves, and their impacts on the gut and brain.
  • How to help women transition from peri-menopause into menopause
  • How to read blood test results and communicate with GPs about pathological and functional health concerns of your patients
  • How to 

Dates
March 19th 2022- Melbourne
July 16th- Melbourne

Further Dates TBD

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FAQs

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Making the information applicable is one of the core objectives we have for this content. 

Knowledge is great, but applying it is when you get to see all of the amazing results. 

We have a broad range of free resources for you to use in your clinic, from patient intake forms and patient symptoms quizzes for common deficiencies. 

We also have a variety of paid resources to help you educate your female patients.

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