Guest Profile

Christine Kent RN

In the Fall of 1992, Whole Woman® Founder Christine Kent suffered a profound, surgically-induced uterine prolapse. Refusing the recommended hysterectomy, for almost ten years she struggled with the pressure, bulging, chafing and discomfort of prolapse. Over that time she searched deeply to understand what had been done to her, and how she could restore herself to health.

After years of research and working with her own body to identify the true pelvic organ support system, which is not recognized by the practice of gynecology, Christine was able to bring her own severe uterine prolapse under control. In 2003 she published her first book, Saving the Whole Woman - Natural Alternatives to Surgery for Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence.

Christine’s breakthrough discovery is that prolapse and incontinence are symptoms that result from structural misalignment, which when corrected will largely cause the symptoms to disappear.

Christine produced her first video in 2004 and has produced more than two dozen women’s health videos to date. She also produces the annual Whole Woman® Conference, where her unique body of work is presented to the public each year in August. Christine’s revolutionary work has brought hope and kept thousands of women out of the operating room in over sixty countries.

In 2011 she graduated her first class of certified Whole Woman® Practitioners. Christine has now trained Practitioners across the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, Belgium, Ghana, and Ireland.

In subsequent years she has turned her attention to the related conditions of chronic hip and knee pain, the microbiology of the female body, and hormonal health.

Christine lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, and is currently working on her forthcoming book, The Whole Woman® Book of Natural Health.