Holistic Gut and Hormone Solutions
Improve your health with an integrative approach that looks for the cause of your symptoms and is centered on nutrition, lifestyle, and natural medicines.
We provide personalized, holistic care and support to heal, restore and empower women to achieve their best health.
Conditions I Treat
I'm Dr. Jennifer Roelands
Integrative Women's Health and Fertility Doctor
Welcome to Well Woman MD. I'm Dr. Jen, a holistic DUKE-trained OB/GYN, specializing in all things gut and hormone health.
I help you get to the root of your issues and teach you how to maximize your health through diet, movement, mindset, and lifestyle.
Experience Integrative Medicine
We Dive Deeper Than Conventional Medicine
Conventional medicine focuses on naming your condition, but Integrative Medicine is different. We know the body is an integrated system with unique history, chemistry, and genetics. We see the body as a WHOLE. We treat the underlying cause, not the symptoms. Our goal is to help you get off medications not on!
We work with you to create a plan that you agree to. This is because we know that success can happen when participants are willing. If you need encouragement, we are here to help you achieve optimal health.
Our patients are our partners as we help them heal. Our team of doctors, nutritionists, and other staff work together to help the patient move forward to better health. We also work with your doctor.
What our patients say
Dr. Jen really listens and offers solutions to the root of the challenge. I have more energy, better sleep and my middle has started to whittle.
Dr. Jen really listens! If I haven't communicated something clearly, she asks for clarification. I've never felt rushed or ignored.
My stomach issues have started to improve after working with Dr. Jen.
I would recommend Dr. Roelands to any female that has concerns about her health.
Explore My Natural Medicine Blog
PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is one of the leading causes of female infertility. It is also a common problem among women, ranging from 10 to 25% of the female population or 1:10. If you suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome, you know […]Read More