Deanna Woodroffe Bio 2018-11-13T17:52:52+00:00

Deanna Woodroffe WHNP-BC

Deanna Woodroffe WHNP-BC, holds a master’s degree in nursing and is board certified as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She began her career as a Labor & Delivery nurse at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in Saint Louis, Missouri and has been a nurse practitioner in Saint Louis for twelve years. She is relocating to Colorado to join our practice.

Deanna’s practice style emphasizes a holistic and integrative approach, combining both traditional and alternative medicine and focusing on the root cause of disease rather than treating symptoms. Deanna has extensive experience utilizing all forms of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy including testosterone pellets. Deanna has treated thousands of women with testosterone pellets, successfully treating all menopausal symptoms including mood changes, anxiety, fatigue, muscle loss, decreased libido, lack of motivation, hot flashes, night sweats and sleep difficulties. Many women
treated with testosterone pellets can avoid estrogen replacement, as testosterone naturally converts into estrogen. Deanna will be trialing a testosterone pellet program in our practice.

Deanna has a passion for functional medicine and has completed the fellowship in functional medicine with A4M, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Her goal is to empower women to take charge of their health and to help guide them through the steps toward optimal health and wellness.

“You can feel better. Whether you are suffering with IBS, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Hormone Imbalance or any other chronic condition that keeps you from being as vibrant and healthy as you would like to be, you don’t have to continue to suffer. It takes time and effort, but utilizing nutrition, high quality supplements, bioidentical hormone therapy and stress reduction techniques, we can restore balance and get you back to where you want to be.”

About Our Practice

Age Management M.D. is a unique medical practice that emphasizes the enhancement of health over the treatment of illness through the balance of hormones, nutrition and exercise.

Contact Info

7200 S Alton Way #A100

Phone: 303.730.2229

Fax: 303.243.3911

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