Christine Ann Kent is an author, speaker and teacher. After suffering a surgically induced uterine prolapse and refusing hysterectomy, Christine began an exhaustive research on pelvic organ prolapse. The product of this research was her book, Saving the Whole Woman, Natural Alternatives to Surgery for Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence, now in its second edition. Christine's breakthrough work has demonstrated that pelvic organ prolapse cannot be effectively repaired by surgery but can be very well managed for a lifetime through proper posture and exercise.
Christine has now turned her research to lichen sclerosis which affects millions of women worldwide. As she found with pelvic organ prolapse, conventional medical treatment is not only ineffective, it can have devastating results for women. The biochemistry of the disease is highly complex, but there are answers.
Christine holds a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of New Mexico. Since 2001, she has devoted her energies to educating women on how to take back control of their health and avoid the dangers of conventional surgical treatments.