This CME activity, “Menopause: A Review of Systemic Impact and Current Treatment Guidelines”, was originally presented live in San Antonio, TX on November 13, 2021 at the 2021 Best Practices in Primary Care CME conference. During this activity, the faculty explains the biological, physiological, and psychological impact of menopause, reviews the current guidelines for hormone replacement therapy, and discusses non hormonal alternatives to menopausal associated conditions.
This complimentary 1-hour live CME webcast will provide primary care clinicians with an update on osteoporosis and bone health. Current screening guidelines, modalities, and current prevention & treatment regimens will be highlighted.
In the United States, it is reported that over 38 million people have been diagnosed with a migraine disease and some even believe that this number may be higher up to 50 million. On the other hand, some studies have also reported about 12 percent of adults in America have migraines and 4 million have chronic migraines.
When you enter the exam room, you see a 35-year-old woman in no apparent distress, scrolling through her cell phone. The patient, Amanda, looks up and cheerfully greets you. You remember her from her last visit, when she told you about her worsening pelvic pressure, low back pain, and excessive menstrual bleeding.