You have just received your Hormone Test Results.
What do you do next?
The best course of action is to consult with a practitioner who understands the intricacies of hormonal challenges - someone who can walk you through your test results and help you understand the next steps to take. It is best when you can understand what is happening to your body — and having a practitioner who listens and understands you is essential to your healing.
Don't have a hormone health coach? Below is a list of providers to consider along with your own research. Please note: these practitioners are independent of Canary Club; we offer them as a viable resource in your quest for better hormone understanding.
Medical Doctor - Physician1
Richard Shames, MD
Integrative Physician specializing in endocrinology. Thyroid, adrenal and reproductive hormone expert. Author of Thyroid Mind Power and Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled?
Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Board certified internist and nationally known expert in the fields of chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, sleep and pain. Available for standard physician-client in-person appointments (Hawaii) or by phone.
Registered Health Care Providers
Vicki Latham, P.A.-C.
Board-certified Physician Assistant with over 30 years experience specializing in woman's health.
Founder of ToxinClear, creating safe and effective personal detoxification options.
Dr. Lani Simpson, DC CCD
Specialist in the effects of aging on hormones and bones, including managing osteoporosis.
Acupuncture | Health Educators
LAc, Dipl. OM
Acupuncturist specializing in thyroid, fertility, menopause, and pain
San Rafael and Cotati, CA
Candace Burch, M.A.
Health Educator - Adrenal & General Hormones
Also, available to every Canary Club member is our free newsletter in which we share valuable information, including:
- Hormone experts with proven techniques for improving health and hormone balance.
- Lively teleseminars with integrative health practitioners.
- Lifestyle consultants with tips and recommendations to optimize your hormone health for better living.
1. [State laws require that you must have an in-person examination for an MD / Physician to be considered your health care provider. When you have a phone session with a doctor that you have not personally met, these are "consults" and "coaching" sessions. In a coaching session, a physician cannot write you a prescription for medicine, and cannot act as your primary health care provider.]↩