The Endometriosis Research Center of Greater Seattle!
The Seattle Endo Group is dedicated to educating and supporting women in order to help control and manage symptoms related to endometriosis. Our members are willing to share their vast collective knowledge of symptom management and resources. All are welcome! Take the first step and attend a monthly meeting!
JOIN US IN SUPPORTING ENDO EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND AWARENESS!
The ERC of Greater Seattle is run 100% by the generous efforts of volunteers. We strive to provide outreach education and support to all via online and in-person support. Join us for your own support and to help other women with endo!
- Endometriosis effects 1:10 women world-wide.
- Reported endometriosis costs in 2012 was over $70 US billion.
- Endometriosis effects women equally across racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
- Fertility rates increase after excision surgery.
UPCOMING SUPPORT GROUP MEETING SCHEDULE:
Date: Thursday Sept 29
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: Bellevue Library Room 4
Topic: Open-Bring your successes and struggles
Please RSVP to GoodByeCramps@SeattleEndo.org
Date: Thursday October 20
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: Bellevue Library Room 3Dr. Corinne Harpster is both a massage therapist with special focus on medical, injury, prenatal massage and Arvigo Technique Maya Abdominal Massage and a Naturopathic Physician. In her clinical work at SageMED, Dr. Harpster focuses on women’s health, fertility support, gut health, pediatrics, environmental medicine, endocrine and auto-immune issues as well as physical medicine. She not only performs Maya Abdominal Massage but can also help you with other health concerns.Please RSVP to GoodByeCramps@SeattleEndo.org
Thank you to Hannah Kaye and the OUTREACH COMMITTEE for organizing our Summer Event! The EndoWhat? screening on August 8, 2016 in Seattle was a big success! Our members, families, and the community shared an educational and informative evening. Super to see 100+ attendees!!
Endo What? is a groundbreaking new documentary fresh out of the US that explores Endometriosis from the perspective of experts in the field and women and girls living with the disease. The film presents solid, accurate information and is a call to action to end the suffering of millions of women and girls across the globe.
353,076 women are affected by endometriosis in Washington State alone, and an estimated 176 million worldwide. These are our mothers, daughters, managers, teachers, business owners, bus drivers, and Senators. Do you, or someone you know have Endometriosis?
We offer excellent support and education regarding endometriosis. Please note: Per board policy, we do not recommend or refer to specific physicians. Please see our resources tab for a list of nationally recognized endometriosis specialists. Please contact us directly in order to join our live support group and our online, private Facebook group.
Please donate to the Endometriosis Research Center of Greater Seattle. We are a 100% volunteer organized group. All donations support endo education, research, and awareness and are tax deductible to the extent of the allowed law.
Thank You for your donation!