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Dr. Wendie Trubow
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Dr. Wendie Trubow, co-founder and chief operating officer of Visions HealthCare, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology with more than 10 years of medical experience. At Visions, Wendie is a practicing physician, specializing in gynecology and women’s health.

Visions is an integrated health care facility based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Since 2008, it has provided exceptional patient care by combining a traditional primary care services with cutting, evidence-based scientific tools. Visions believes that personal health is made up of five core areas – physical, biochemical, emotional, energetic and spiritual -- and practitioners customize treatment plans to address individual needs.

In 2000, Wendie received joint degrees: an MD through Tufts Medical School, and an MBA through Tufts, Brandeis, and Northeastern Universities, where she was one of two women in the graduating class. Wendie trained at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her residency at Tufts affiliated New England Medical Center.

Entries by Dr. Wendie Trubow

Are You a Sugar Mama?

(0) Comments | Posted July 9, 2014 | 4:14 PM

I'll be honest, I generally like healthy eating, but 10 years ago, when our first child was born, I had not thought much about food, or how we'd feed this person for whom we were now responsible.

My husband, on the other hand, had very definite ideas about what...

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Conscious Completion

(0) Comments | Posted April 29, 2014 | 6:02 PM

As you may be aware, we have four kids. For a few months now, I have felt like it was time for me to wean our youngest. However, it was only last month that it felt like both of us were ready. It started out with missing a day or...

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Transformation or Evolution?

(0) Comments | Posted March 10, 2014 | 2:39 PM

Well, I think there's value in both, really. But let's drill down into this one.

I took a seminar when I was 19 and remember hearing the phrase, "Transformation occurs in an instant," which means that a belief or approach toward something can change immediately. This is also known as...

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What Are You Waiting For?

(0) Comments | Posted February 19, 2014 | 3:50 PM

Is it a promotion? A raise? A date with that person you've been flirting with for the past month?

Well, in my case, it was a stripe. Let me give you some background. I started Hung Gar Kung Fu in November. There are five belt colors, and within each...

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Can You Touch Your Thoughts?

(0) Comments | Posted January 21, 2014 | 9:39 AM

Recently, one of my kids got upset about something someone said to her during a play date at our house and went up into her room. Between my kids and the kids over, it took me a few minutes to realize she wasn't playing with everyone.

When I found her,...

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Unhinged and Blindsided

(0) Comments | Posted January 6, 2014 | 4:32 PM

Now that the holidays have passed, I have gotten a little perspective on a recent incident that caused me to become fully "unhinged." I've been actively working with a spiritual coach (four years); a business coach (six months); doing my tai chi regularly (one year); and just started Kung Fu,...

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Waiting for... Permission?

(0) Comments | Posted December 10, 2013 | 1:11 PM

In addition to treating patients, early last year I took on management of the nursing department, apothecary and laboratory staff, supported the administrative and marketing teams and participated in the hiring and firing at the medical center I co-founded, Visions HealthCare.

Needless to say, I was beginning to get...

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Addicted to Work?

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2013 | 7:27 AM

Well, apropos of this blog, I've worked every day for the past two months. Over the past two months, we redesigned the company, moved many of our staff from one location to another, had a flood in our initial location, and began working on job descriptions, reviews and our employee...

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Dogs, Cats, Garden Snakes and Zebras: A Physician's Journey Into Health Fear

(1) Comments | Posted September 18, 2013 | 1:32 PM

One of my favorite classes in medical school was called "differential diagnosis." It usually involved a case, and we'd have to figure out what the diagnosis was. It was always really interesting and often the diagnosis was some obscure illness. Our instructors always told us that these were the "zebras"...

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Joy Works

(0) Comments | Posted August 26, 2013 | 6:01 PM

We live in a society of grand gestures. I know a man who wants to buy his wife a car for their 30th wedding anniversary. This is a grand gesture! But most of us don't live in that world. Nor, would I assert, are those the things that would really...

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind

(0) Comments | Posted July 31, 2013 | 12:25 PM

We'll come back to breast cancer prevention next week! This week, I'd like to explore how long it really takes to change a habit. When I was discussing this topic with my friend, she told me about researchers who had found that it takes 21 days to form...

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Make a Move for Breast Cancer Prevention

(2) Comments | Posted July 16, 2013 | 4:09 PM

OK, now that the holiday is over, and we're back to the daily routine (my Tai Chi class was cancelled for a week, and boy, was I cranky!), let's explore more ways to decrease breast cancer risk.

Speaking of Tai Chi, let's talk first about exercise. I've heard for...

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Breast Cancer Prevention: Part 3

(0) Comments | Posted June 26, 2013 | 2:59 PM

Well, as I sat down to write this, I realized that on one hand, I was a little discouraged that I couldn't get this information into one or two blogs (seems like a lot, right?). Then I realized that my goal in writing this is to make you feel like...

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Breast Cancer and Prevention: Part 2

(0) Comments | Posted June 13, 2013 | 11:49 AM

Well, in last week's blog I boggled your brain with the biochemistry of how women get an increased risk of breast cancer.

This week we're going to talk about how to alter your risk.

A few caveats: I'm not going to be terribly specific, it's missing information, and...

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Breast Cancer and Your GI Tract: Part 1

(0) Comments | Posted June 5, 2013 | 4:20 PM

Well, I promised you that I'd get back to the breast cancer/gut association, so here goes. My disclaimer is that there is no way to evaluate you through this blog, so if this is something you are concerned about, I invite you to find a functional medicine practitioner in your...

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Constipation 101, Part II: You, Improved!

(1) Comments | Posted May 16, 2013 | 10:59 AM

Constipation can be due to a wide range of issues: stress (remember the fight, flight, or freeze response? When you are busy being stressed out, your digestive system will shut down), not enough water, not enough fiber, too much of a food you have an allergy to (knowingly...

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Constipation 101, Part I: You, From the Inside Out

(0) Comments | Posted May 8, 2013 | 3:56 PM

A few weeks ago, we discussed the liver, and how it sends most toxins to be excreted through your gastrointestinal tract (your gut).

OK, I freely admit it: I am poop obsessed. By now I am used to those puzzled looks on your face when I ask: "How many...

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Grief, Stress and Your Adrenals

(1) Comments | Posted April 29, 2013 | 4:28 PM

If you've read my bio, you know that we live in Boston, the home of the celebrated Boston Marathon -- and recently, home to a bombing, and then a very dramatic police chase that ended in the death and wounding, respectively, of two law enforcement officials. I was shocked and...

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The Liver, the Toxins and You

(1) Comments | Posted April 22, 2013 | 6:16 PM

Last week, we explored the basic function of your adrenal glands. I promised you we'd get deeper into the details of it, so here goes! The body is a beautiful machine that sometimes gets "gummed up" with stress, toxins, nutritional deficiencies, too many calories, too little sleep, and...

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What Are Those Adrenals Doing in There, Anyway?

(2) Comments | Posted April 3, 2013 | 6:27 PM

If you're not a medical professional, you may have heard of the adrenals but haven't spent much time thinking about them. Before joining Visions, I really didn't either. Not even when my mother was diagnosed with Addison's disease, a complete failure of her adrenal glands that...

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