Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

What is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)?

PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is a difficult condition to live with for a number of reasons. It is incredibly challenging for many women to even receive a diagnosis from their GP—hearing such phrases as “you’re hysterical” or “it’s just a bad period!”  It can be maddening to find a doctor that actually listens and understands you. Beyond that, the symptoms of PCOS prove to be an everyday struggle. From weight gain, fatigue, unwanted hair growth, balding, and acne to extremely painful or missed menses and infertility, PCOS is a condition that affects everyday life—not just your menstrual cycle.

How Do We Treat PCOS?

At Gates Way to Health, we want to not only listen to you and hear your story, but to find and treat the root cause of your condition as well. Dr. Randall Gates, D.C. Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, has found great success in managing patients with PCOS. Some of his patients have even been able to conceive children after treatment, despite being deemed previously infertile! If you have been faced with the heartbreak of infertility while trying to conceive, this may seem like a miracle—but it is not. It is simply an alternative method of treatment that treats the brain and body together. Some of the natural alternatives used at Gates Way to Health have been shown to produce more live births than standard treatments for PCOS patients. In addition, particular attention is placed on how stress responses from the brain, depression, and anxiety can cumulatively affect testosterone levels in women.

If you or a loved one are affected by PCOS and feel like you have tried just about everything, give us a call at 833.DR.GATES and schedule a free consultation with the Gates Way to Health team.


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As a PCOS sufferer the videos below will explain how insulin resistance can be at the cause of the condition as well as how genetic abnormalities in the adrenal gland can lead to excessive testosterone production. Please enjoy the videos below and we hope that you find them helpful.

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Do you suffer from these symptoms?

  • Inability to get pregnant
  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • Unwanted hair growth
  • Thinning hair on head
  • Acne
  • Mood changes
  • Pelvic pain
  • Sleep problems
  • Painful or irregular or missed menses
  • Upper body weight gain around shoulders
  • Neck and arms
  • Fatigue
  • Skin tags
  • Migraines
  • Brain fog
  • Body pain
  • Painful intercourse

Call (833) DR.GATES for more information.