New Specialised Clinic To Open, Will Provide Much Needed Relief To 1000s of South Australian Women
According to the Robinson Institute, 11% of Australian women are afflicted with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, also called PCOS.
According to the Robinson Institute, 11% of Australian women are afflicted with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, also called PCOS. This syndrome can cause obesity, infertility, general health problems, and increase the risk of diseases such as Diabetes and heart disease. According to PCOS expert and founder of soon to open 'The PCOS Clinic' Rebecca Harwin, women are struggling and desperately searching for answers and relief.
"Women with PCOS often struggle to find the answers they need to get well" Harwin said. "Research shows that many of these women are not given suitable information at the time of their diagnosis, and given limited, if any, lifestyle advice."
'The PCOS Clinic' has been set up to specifically address these concerns of women with PCOS, and to offer help, hope and tailored support. The physical clinic will open its doors on October 30th 2012, at 67 King William Rd, Unley. Consultations can also be conducted by Skype, so women who are unable to visit face-to-face can get the help they need.
To make a booking, visit www.Bookeo.com/ThePCOSClinic. Or call 0421 986 547. For those placing a booking before December 1st 2012, use the code: Launch_50 for a $50 discount off your initial consultation.
To learn more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Rebecca Harwin, please call 0421 986 547 or e-mail Rebecca at info@ConquerYourPCOSNaturally.com.
Company Contact Information Living In Wellness Pty Ltd Dr Rebecca Harwin The PCOS Clinic
King William Rd Offices
67 King William Rd