The New & Only Authoritative Directory of Leading Menopause Specialists In The United States



Dr. Janine Kruger
Jackson Purchase Medical Center
1111 Medical Center Circle
Mayfield, KY 42006 


Dr. Kruger has been practicing for 23 years and has a special interest in menopause.

Medical College of Wisconsin


Dr. Christine L. Cook
University of Louisville Health
401 East Chestnut Street, Suites 410 & 470
Louisville, KY 40202


Dr. Cook’s areas of interest include endocrinology and osteoporosis. She strives to deliver the highest quality of care by successfully blending patient care and education.

University of Louisville School of Medicine



Dr. Kristy R. Waltman, OB-GYN
Ochsner LSU Health
St. Mary Medical Center
915 Margaret Place
Shreveport, LA 71101


Practicing in Shreveport since 1998, Dr. Waltman is part of a team that delivers exceptional and compassionate routine and specialty care to women at all stages of their lives.

Louisiana State University School of Medicine



Dr. Robin Noble
84 Marginal Way, Suite 900
Portland, ME 04101


Focusing on gynecologic problems related to pelvic pain, fibroids, perimenopause, menopause, sexual function and aging, Dr. Noble offers many treatment options and minimally invasive procedures. She values an individualized approach to patient care.

Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons Medical School



Dr. Wen Shen
Johns Hopkins
Women’s Services
10755 Falls Road, Pavilion I, Suite 420
Lutherville, MD 21093


Dr. Shen is a board-certified gynecologist who specializes in treating perimenopausal and menopausal women with  other chronic medical problems.  She works with her patients’ primary physicians and will recommend non-hormonal therapies and alternative options to treat patients’ issues.

Tulane University School of Medicine


Dr. Mindy Sue Christianson
Johns Hopkins 
10753 Falls Road Pavilion II, Suite 420
Lutherville-Timonium, MD. 21093


Dr. Christianson sees women who are experiencing severe menopause symptoms.  Active in teaching she helped to  develop a formal menopause medicine curriculum for OB/Gyn residents. She’s also received the New Researcher Award from the North American Menopause Society for her analysis of the need for increased menopause education for residents.

University of Wisconsin Medical School


Dr. Howard Zacur
Johns Hopkins
10752 Falls Road Pavilion II
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093


Dr. Zacur is an expert in menopause disorders and in hormone replacement and other treatments for peri- and postmenopausal women.

University of Miami School of Medicine



Dr. Jan Shifren (L)
OB-GYN, OB-GYN, Director
Dr. Sujata Somani, (R)
OB-GYN, Medical Director
Linda K. Kelly
Nurse Practitioner 
Mass General Midlife Women’s Health Center 
55 Fruit Street 
Founders Five
Boston, MA 02114 


Specializing in menopause, Dr. Shifen is passionate about helping midlife women with their concerns. Her research focuses on the effects of estrogens, androgens, and alternative therapies on menopausal symptoms, mood, and sexual function. She has written many books and has delivered world-wide presentations on menopause, hormone therapy, androgens for women, the genitourinary syndrome of menopause, and female sexual function.

Dr. Somani’s clinical interests include caring for patients with concerns about perimenopause and menopause. She is actively involved in teaching ambulatory gynecology to medical students and residents.

Dr. Shifren, Harvard Medical School 

Dr. Somani, University of Chicago School of Medicine


Dr. Mache Seibel
Gynecologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist 
330 Brookline Avenue  
Boston, MA 02215


Dr. Seibel helps menopausal women who feel like hot messes to get control of their life, their work and their relationships. A 20+ year member of the Harvard Medical School faculty, he is the editor of The Hot Years magazine, author of the best selling book The Estrogen FIx, a health educator for numerous organizations and businesses, and provides coaching for women at

Harvard Medical School



Dr. Karen L. Musolf
Chelsea Health Center 
Family Medicine
14700 E. Old US Hwy 12
Chelsea, MI 48118 


Dr. Musolf’s special research and clinical interests include women’s health, with an emphasis on vulvodynia and chronic vaginitis.

University of Wisconsin Medical School


Dr. Sarah Arnold 
Spectrum Midlife, Menopause & Sexual Health
3800 Lake Michigan Drive NW, Suite A
Grand Rapids, MI 49534


Highly respected as a compassionate and thorough doctor who listens to patients’ concerns and makes them feel comfortable, Dr. Arnold specializes in midlife and menopause symptoms, including low sex drive and painful sex. She takes the time to educate her patients so they can participate in their healthcare decisions. 

University of Tennessee-Memphis Medical School


Dr. Barb J. DePree
Director of Women’s Midlife Services 
Holland Hospital Women’s Specialty Care
844 Washington Avenue, Entrance B, Suite 2700
Holland, MI 49423


A women’s health provider for 30 years, Dr. DePree became a menopause care specialist a decade ago.  She also founded to address her patients’ sexual health and to share her practice-tested, clinically sound information and products.

Check out Dr. DePree’s new book Fearless Menopause: A Body-Positive Guide to Navigating Midlife Changes.

Wayne State University School of Medicine


Dr. Andrea Eisenberg
Michigan Women’s Health 
28555 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 120
Farmington Hills, MI 48334


Caring for women throughout their lifespans, Dr. Eisenberg’s special interests include menopause and minimally invasive surgeries. She is certified to perform laser treatments for vaginal dryness and incontinence.

Wayne State University School of Medicine

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