Podcast – Episode 8 – The Secrets Women Don’t Know About Menopause – With Guest Janice Poloway - The Physio Revolution

Podcast – Episode 8 – The Secrets Women Don’t Know About Menopause – With Guest Janice Poloway

In this episode of the Aging Happily Without Pain Podcast, Dr. Brooke Olsen & Dr. Annie Brodsky are joined by Acupuncturist, Traditional Chinese Medicine guru, Shamanic Practitioner, and all around holistic healer, Janice Poloway. They dive into how women in menopause can channel energy to their benefit and so much more. 

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Learn more about Janice and what she can do for others below:

Janice Poloway - evolution acupuncture + holistic medicine 

Website: http://www.evolution-acupuncture.com/

About Janice: 

Janice has been involved in the healing industry since the 90's where she has gained a plethora of knowledge and training around holistic philosophies. She graduated from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine where she earned her Master of Science in Acupuncture. Janice also is a well trained shamanic practitioner. She believes that, "making different choices for better outcomes –Healing means doing different – maybe that means think different, eat different, move different, or whatever different may look like". Janice works to help her clients harmonize the physical body with the mind and spirit, addressing the whole being. From all things acupuncture to shamanic techniques, Janice has got you!  

Thanks for listening!

Brooke Olsen

Brooke Olsen

Co-Founder, Director of Physical Therapy
Brooke is a physical therapist, director of physical therapy, and co-founder at The Physio Revolution. She has worked with professional athletes from Olympic level and recreational weekend warriors to others who are in need of regaining their independence and mobility back in their everyday life. Brooke works extensively with all of the PT’s and spends a vast amount of her time ensuring our treatment plans keep pace with the rapid advancements that make physical therapy so effective and such a ‘go-to’ profession for people aged 45+.
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