Welcome to the Coffee & Hustle podcast. Today, we will discuss Transforming Women's Healthcare with Adrienne Garbarino, a Huntsville native who graduated from Sparkman High School in 2003.
After completing her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at Auburn University, she completed her Master's in Nursing at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. After ten years in Atlanta, she moved back to Huntsville in 2020 with her husband, Patrick, and son, Noah. We will discuss Adrienne's journey from nursing to self-care and her business, Cove Telehealth.
Cove Telehealth helps women in Alabama aged 19-64 balance their hormones and thyroid using safe and effective prescription medications, supplements, and lifestyle changes. They combine conventional medical prescriptions with functional medicine supplements and lifestyle changes to create a customized treatment plan for each patient. Adrienne has been through a personal journey to diagnose and improve her own thyroid and hormone imbalances. She is thrilled to share all she has learned to help women feel their best. An estimated 80% of women suffer from some hormone imbalance.
Some warning signs include irregular menstrual cycles, infertility, hot flashes and night sweats, persistent weight gain, and fatigue. Cove Telehealth provides Specialty and Primary Care for Women, focusing on Thyroid, Hormone, Weight Management, and Preventive Care. They offer a holistic approach to hormone imbalance and aim to help women of all ages improve their quality of life.
We also discuss how hormonal imbalances can affect younger women, causing symptoms such as acne, mood swings, and difficulty sleeping. Several factors, such as stress, poor diet, and certain medications, can trigger hormonal imbalances.
Hormonal imbalances can also occur during natural cycles in your life, like puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. At Cove Telehealth, they help women balance estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone using prescription bio-identical hormones and quality supplements.
They can help with many hormonal conditions, including Menopause, Perimenopause, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), PMS (premenstrual syndrome), and Adrenal fatigue.
Adrienne is an active member of local professional organizations, including the Women for Economic Development Council (WEDC) and The Catalyst Center. She also mentors college students through the WEDC Foundation.
If you want to connect with Adrienne and learn more about Cove Telehealth, visit their website or follow them on social media. Thank you, Adrienne, for joining us on the Coffee & Hustle podcast.
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