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Part 5: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Dr. Victoria Mondloch

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WAUKESHA, WI -- Frustrated by insurance contracts and big health system regulations that seem to keep people just floating along, rather than improving, Dr. Victoria Mondloch made the decision to practice as an independent physician who is truly patient-centric. Dr Mondloch also has a no-holds-barred mindset when it comes to hormonal therapies and all they can accomplish for women who want to feel healthier, live longer and be more vital.

Dr. Mondloch stresses that she is a traditionally trained MD who blends alternative medicine and supplements into her holistic practice. Her approaches are research-based, thoroughly scientific, and aligned with the North American Menopause Society’s recommendations, the national task force that makes practice guideline recommendations for all OB/GYN practices. Dr. Mondloch aspires for great things for all of her patients.

Dr. Mondloch is a licensed OB/GYN and she cares for her patients in the manner of an Internal Medicine practitioner. She has taken care of women for over 30 years now, delving into the cause of their health conditions tied to the hormone system. She has not only found answers; she has become an authority on the subject.  She has written two books focused on what women go through hormonally.

Blossoming, A mother daughter guide is about myths and truths surrounding adolescent women’s health and Full Bloom, Perimenopause, Menopause and Beyond is geared to women in middle age and beyond. “It helps us to understand both sides of the equation,” she says. Dr. Mondloch has also won numerous awards, including top medical director from IATOP for her leading-edge treatment and brave defense of women’s health.

For more information about Dr Mondloch, please visit