Sticks and Stones May Break Our Bones—And So Can Menopause

Understanding Bone Health Now
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May 22, 2024, 1-2pm EST
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Dr. Kristi DeSapri, a national leader in osteoporosis and menopause management, will discuss why midlife women need to start thinking about their bone health NOW and how to prevent and treat osteoporosis.

About the Speaker

Dr. Kristi Tough DeSapri

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Dr. Kristi Tough DeSapri truly believes that women deserve to function at optimal health and are gatekeepers to their families’ and communities’ health. She is a board-certified internist specializing in midlife women’s health and is regarded as a national leader in the field of osteoporosis and menopause management.

After fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic, she has worked in private practice and academic medicine, including being director of the Northwestern Women’s Bone Health program at the Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago. She is the founding physician and owner of Bone and Body Women’s Health, LCC, a specialized midlife women’s health practice in Winnetka, IL, focused on consultation and management of perimenopause, menopause, osteoporosis, fracture prevention and treatment, and sexual health.

Dr. DeSapri is an invited lecturer at national academic conferences and sits on several medical society committees, including the Association of Bone Mineral Research (ASBMR), Bone Health and Osteoporosis Foundation ( BHOF), the Menopause Society, and Ms. Medicine. Since 2010, she has also been an active Menopause Certified Practitioner (formerly known as NAMS).

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