Rebecca Bodok is a family physician, a member of the Canadian college of family physicians and has been practicing family medicine since 1999. Dr. Bodok has been involved in many clinical studies, worked as an associate at a fertility clinic for over five years and manages a busy family practice in Bolton, Ontario.
Dr. Bodok has taken a keen interest in natural integrative medicine and has become highly experienced at identifying and treating the needs of women and men with various hormone imbalances. Dr. Bodok has taken numerous courses and completed an endocrinology fellowship at the American Academy of Anti- Aging Medicine based out of the University of Florida. She studied under the tutorship of some of Canada, the U.S. and Europe’s leading bio-identical hormone experts. In January 2010 she founded Vital Transitions, a specialty clinic dealing specifically with the all-natural treatment of symptoms related to the changes of midlife, namely premenopause, perimenopause, menopause and male andropause. She also helps men and women with thyroid conditions such as Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and has excellent results prescribing the HCG diet ( a hormone diet that is used worldwide to help men and women lose weight quickly and effectively).
The results Dr. Bodok achieves have been well received and the lower side effects further enhance bio-identical hormone treatment as the best emerging treatment regimen.
Dr. Bodok’s expertise also covers issues pertaining to diet, stress, sleep and general lifestyle disorders associated with perimenopause, menopause and male andropause.
Dr. Bodok’s compassion and understanding of her patients’ needs make her a popular and sought after practitioner at her quaint clinic in the Maple area.
Psychologist Sara Dimerman has been counselling couples for twenty-five years, and of all the reasons that they seek her help, problems in their sexual relationship ranks high on the list. When digging beyond the clichéd excuses, Sara discovers the underlying reasons that each has for wanting more or less intimacy with the other; and the impact that their current state of union is having on their sex life.
Included within these reasons are changes and fluctuations in women’s hormonal levels. Dr. Bodok offers insight into why this happens and how to manage these changes.