VIRTUAL - Intimacy Issues after Breast Surgery and Treatment

When: 6/30/2021 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Intimacy Issues After Breast Surgery and Treatment

Session begins at 5:00 PM


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Session Description:   Why should we focus on sexual health?   With 43% of women and 31% of men in the United States with a sexual health concern, it is important to recognize and validate the importance of sexual wellness to your overall health.    Women who have been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer may have a variety of sexual concerns.   Because breast cancer is being detected earlier and Survivors are living long, full and productive lives, it is important that issues with intimacy are properly dealt with when they occur.    

A sexual health concern can impact every aspect of your life, from how your body functions to the intimacy in your relationship, leading to an overall poor quality of life and general dissatisfaction.   Good news - the majority of sexual health concerns are treatable and you can enjoy being intimate with your partner again.      

Instructor Bio:

Aleece Fosnight, MSPAS, PA-C, CSCS, CSE, NCMP
Founder, Owner, Director of Fosnight Center for Sexual Health

Aleece Fosnight is a board-certified Physician Assistant specializing in sexual medicine. She earned her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Kentucky in 2011 and completed a postgraduate certificate in sexual health counseling and education from the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program in 2014. She is a nationally certified sex counselor and educator through AASECT, and most recently, an AASECT certified sexuality counselor supervisor.  As a NAMS Menopause Certified Practitioner, Aleece also evaluates and treats women through the menopause transition.  Her expertise includes pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, low libido in men and women, interstitial cystitis, menopause transition, effects of cancer and cancer treatments on sexuality, pregnancy/postpartum sexuality, and female sexual health, 

In her clinical practice, Aleece will evaluate and treat patients at the Fosnight Center as well as first-assist during surgical procedures at our affiliated hospitals and surgery centers.

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Pink House Disclaimer...
Programs at Carolina Breast Friends should not be treated as a substitute for any treatment.  The programs are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your doctor if you're in any way concerned about Reiki, Myofascial Release, The Lymph System and Your Health, Oncology Massage, Working with Your New Body, Train for Life workshops and Healing Touch. These are complementary programs for breast cancer survivors.


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