Dr. Bonnett graduated with a medical degree from the University of Iowa School of Medicine. She completed Family Medicine Residency in the Quad Cities. Her first and favorite rotation during residency was obstetrics, which led to concentrating her practice in the care of women. About 12 years ago, she was introduced to the concept of Functional Medicine, which attempts to allow the body to function at its highest level of wellness. She has incorporated Functional Medicine concepts with her patients since that time, many of whom have had amazing improvements in their emotional and physical health.

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Dr. Bonnett has over 20 years of experience in general medicine, mostly working with female patients. For over a decade, she has researched and used natural hormone replacement to help women optimize function and well-being. She can help bridge the gap between cutting-edge science and applying that science to help real people regain health.

Dr. Valerie Bonnett | Restorative Health & Wellness for Women


"Many women suffer from loss or imbalance of natural hormones. Hormone loss or imbalance can cause major symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, mood symptoms, and even memory issues. Hormone loss and imbalance is also associated with major medical problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and even increased cancer risk. Some women lose most of their hormones around the time of menopause, but many women have hormonal imbalance much earlier....even going back to their teens. Hormonal imbalance can cause emotional imbalance. Many women get placed on meds for depression and anxiety....when they would do better getting their hormones back to normal!" ~ Dr. Valerie Bonnett

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