The 3rd Annual Women's Comprehensive Health Conference

The Witte Museum
3801 Broadway Street
San Antonio , 78209
November 18, 2017 - 8:00am - 11:30am

Be the first to learn about new, proven methods for enhancing your physical, mental and emotional well-being, now and for a lifetime. The women’s health experts from UT Health San Antonio will host intimate roundtable discussions about the latest discoveries and trends in total women’s health.

Arrive early to receive one of our limited gift bags and enjoy:

  • Continental breakfast and coffee bar
  • Complementary health assessments and screenings
  • Admission to the newly-transformed Witte Museum
  • Products and services from more than 30 health and wellness vendors
  • Onsite mobile mammography (Schedule your appointment using the link included in your ticket confirmation.)

Exciting door prizes all morning

8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Choose to attend the presentations that interest you most by UT Health's specialists in Ob/Gyn, Fertility, Nutrition, Dermatology, Oncology, Psychiatry, Cardiology, Primary Care, Physical Therapy and more.

Women's Health Presentations Emcee: Siobhain Anders, News 4 WOAI meteorologist

Diabetes & Pregnancy Learn about the specific health considerations women with diabetes should make before, during and after pregnancy. Ometeotl Acosta, MD UT Health Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Cardiovascular Fortune Telling Know your numbers - Know your risk for heart attack and stroke. Ildiko Agoston, MD UT Health Cardiology & Women's Comprehensive Health Institute

Menopause Majors - Before, During and After UT Health's expert guide on what to expect and how to prepare for perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause. Rochelle David, MD UT Health Obstetrics & Gynecology

Afraid to LOL? Laugh, love and live without stressing about bladder leakage. Learn about the modern therapies, devices and procedures available for treating urinary incontinence. Elizabeth Evans, MD UT Health Urogynecology

Breast Cancer Genetics and Your Risk The Director of the Breast Center at the UT Health Cancer Center discusses the advanced discoveries being made on the BRAC1 gene’s role in breast cancer and shares the latest recommendations for available testing and screenings.

To register fpr this free seminar follow this link to eventbrite: