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Menopause, Hormones & More Virtual Salon with Brad Jacobs, MD, MPH

Dr. Brad Jacobs is a recognized leader in Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine, and Corporate Health and Resiliency. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine.

Dr. Jacobs is the founder and director of BlueWave Medicine and former chair of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. He regularly leads corporate seminars on resilience and well-being, and he has published peer-reviewed journal articles, medical textbook chapters, and books, including The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook and The American College of Physicians Evidence-Based Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

He is the founding medical director of the UC-San Francisco Osher Center for Integrative Medicine and has served as an endowed professor, co-founder and SVP, Clinical Affairs, at Mytrus Inc., and senior medical director at Revolution Health Networks.

He graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine, completed his residency at UCSF and received post-graduate training in acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, fitness, stress management, yoga and martial arts.

When not working, he enjoys spending time out in nature. He is a lover of surfing, skiing, and mountain and road biking. His daily regimen includes overnight fasting, yoga and meditation, aerobic or strength activity and quality time with friends and family.

At the salon:

Dr. Jacobs addressed the many facets of menopause. He discussed the early symptoms (which can appear 10 years before any hot flashes) and offered perspectives for and against hormone replacement therapy. And, finally, he shared how to age well with a thriving and flourishing mindset.

Click here to view the salon video.

Click here to view the salon powerpoint presentation.

Contact Information:

BlueWave Medicine

P 415-339-2692

Cavallo Point Lodge

601 Murray Circle

Fort Baker/Sausalito CA 94965

Dr. Jacob’s books are available for purchase:

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