Pink Link Medical THYROID: It's That Simple

Provided by Kala DeHaan-Hill, NP

Frequently Asked Questions


What is THYROID: It's That Simple?
THYROID: It's That Simple is an easy-to-understand explanation of thyroid problems, especially what happens when your thyroid gland is not producing enough of the essential thyroid hormones all your systems run on. This program has 9 videos that walk you through a simplified explanation of thyroid physiology to help you understand the "why" behind thyroid replacement. We'll go over the specific thyroid hormones your body needs and why there's a difference between "normal" thyroid levels and "optimal" levels. We'll take a look at testing for thyroid function and how different providers may not all test the same way. Finally, we'll look at specific thyroid replacement options and some things to be aware of.
I'm having trouble logging in . . .
If you have any issues getting into the program, send me an email [email protected] I'd love to get it sorted out for you as soon as possible.
When can I watch the videos?
You'll get access to the videos immediately after you enroll. THYROID: It's That Simple is self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish. You can watch the videos as many times as you like.
Can I watch the videos on my phone or tablet?
Yes. You can view the material on any device at any time. The program is designed to work with any smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.
I have a specific question about my hormones or my thyroid issues, can I get answers from you?
Your healthcare provider has partnered with me in providing this educational material for you at no charge. I'm not able to enter into a patient-provider relationship and won't be able to answer your personal health-related questions. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about the program or help with any issues you come across. Please direct any patient-specific health questions directly to your provider's office.

Instructor


Steve Goldring, R.Ph.
Steve Goldring, R.Ph.

I've been talking with men and women about hormones for a couple of decades. It's only been the past few years that I've started optimizing my own hormones - including my own testosterone, thyroid, melatonin, DHEA, pregnenolone, and insulin. I can tell you it's made a world of difference. I'm excited to share with you some important information to help you as you consider optimizing your hormones and your health.