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Judy Ward-Bzoski, MSN, APRN, is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in women’s wellness and preventative care. Receiving the Leadership in Nursing award and graduating from UNLV in 2016, she also graduated Summa cum laude from Frontier Nursing University. Judy is passionate about working with peri- and postmenopausal women. At 16, she was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure. For nearly 40-years, she has experienced the range of post-menopausal symptoms and has vetted a variety of post-menopausal treatments. Judy is currently working with bio-identical hormones for replacement therapy, medical weight loss, and in January 2024, will provide customized wellness exams for men and women.
Our signature and customized therapies and vitamin injections increase absorption of essential vitamins and minerals promoting excellent benefits.
bio-identical hormone replacement with Dr. Andrea Dempsey.
Blood testing through SpectraCell laboratories to identify nutrient deficiencies at the root of cellular dysfunction, unique to you.
Uncover food and chemical sensitivities with the Alcat food sensitivity test.
Your body naturally produces a number of substances that affect your appetite. One of these is called GLP-1. GLP-1 is a hormone that is produced when you eat. It stops you from feeling hungry and makes you feel full. It also improves your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels.
Semaglutide reduces feelings of hunger which means you eat less food. This helps to reduce your body weight when combined with a healthy diet and exercise.
Semaglutide has been shown to stop the progression of plaques in blood vessels in studies of animals.
If your blood sugar levels are too high, semaglutide helps to lower them.
Not everyone will experience side effects, but if you do, you should let the study staff know. The most commonly reported side effects are stomach and gut problems. These may include feeling sick (nausea) or being sick (vomiting), diarrhea, upset stomach, low appetite, pain in the stomach area, and constipation. These side effects are usually mild or moderate. They are most likely to happen when you first start taking the study medicine and are likely to decrease or disappear entirely as you continue through the study. To decrease the chances of you having stomach and gut side effects, you will be started on a low dose of the study medicine, which will be increased gradually.