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WAUKESHA, WI - When it comes to their health and well-being, people have different relationships with health providers. Sometimes they passively listen to a doctor or other skilled practitioner. Sometimes they do research, take an active role, and even seek a specialist’s advice. Sadly, there are times when people have complaints that might be dismissed by the doctor, or labelled unresolvable, and the relationship ends. The best results though, can be achieved from a partnership—when patients who are knowledgeable and inquisitive, and want to explore treatment options work with a doctor who takes a highly personalized approach. Dr. Victoria J. Mondloch, a long-time provider of OBGYN and Internal Medicine care in the Midwest, is that kind of foresighted and committed doctor.
“As a teaching doctor, I have a sense of duty to empower people with knowledge. So, you will understand what is going on inside your body to a greater extent. And become an excellent steward of your own health. And so that you can navigate the medical system more easily and successfully for the rest of your healthy life.”
Dr. Mondloch describes herself as a wellness physician, someone who works to keep people out of hospitals, away from costly medical office visits, and off of the common medications that can have scary side effects. She accomplishes her goals with promising options that have included bioidentical hormones and exosomes (the name for the new protein serum and a more portable generation of stem cell therapy.) And she also taps into a rare and deep level of concern for each individual and their health complaints.
To learn more about Dr Mondloch please go to one of her websites such as https://rhm.care/vjmondlochmd/