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“A frank, valuable introduction to a little-known medical condition.”  - Kirkus Reviews    Need a book about POP? Pelvic Organ Prolapse:  The Silent Epidemic , is a valuable tool for women looking for answers about pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Palm takes a hard look at an extremely common yet highly stigmatized women's health condition, and talks about POP in terms all women can understand, sharing  pivotal guidance and support. Get the facts, move past the fear. For more info,    click here.

“A frank, valuable introduction to a little-known medical condition.”
-Kirkus Reviews

Need a book about POP? Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic, is a valuable tool for women looking for answers about pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Palm takes a hard look at an extremely common yet highly stigmatized women's health condition, and talks about POP in terms all women can understand, sharing pivotal guidance and support. Get the facts, move past the fear. For more info, click here.

Sherrie Palm advancing pelvic organ prolapse awareness at the FDA Medical Device Epidemiology (MDEpiNET) meeting in Washington DC.  THE NEXT EVOLUTION OF WOMEN'S WELLNESS SCREENING : PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Sherrie Palm advancing pelvic organ prolapse awareness at the FDA Medical Device Epidemiology (MDEpiNET) meeting in Washington DC. THE NEXT EVOLUTION OF WOMEN'S WELLNESS SCREENING : PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Sherrie Palm is an international pelvic organ prolapse Key Opinion Leader. To contact Sherrie regarding speaking at your event,  click here.

Sherrie Palm is an international pelvic organ prolapse Key Opinion Leader. To contact Sherrie regarding speaking at your event, click here.

Pelvic organ prolapse is the biggest secret in women's health, impacting 50% of women.

Childbirth and menopause are the leading causes of POP. Millions of women suffer in silence with pelvic organ prolapse symptoms such as vaginal tissue bulge, incontinence, constipation, or pain with intimacy.

Pelvic organ prolapse prevalence is estimated to be 50% of women. Click here FOR APOPS MISSION, VISION, AND GOALS.

WHISPERS FROM OUR FOUNDER   "Together we share support, united we manifest strength." sjpalm   For the rest of Sherrie Palm’s message,  click here.   To view Sherrie Palm’s CV,  click here   To view Sherrie Palm’s Speaker Onesheet,  click here.

WHISPERS FROM OUR FOUNDER
"Together we share support, united we manifest strength." sjpalm
For the rest of Sherrie Palm’s message, click here.

To view Sherrie Palm’s CV, click here

To view Sherrie Palm’s Speaker Onesheet, click here.