Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt is a nationally recognized expert in pelvic/vulvar pain and sexual dysfunction who treats patients from the greater Philadelphia/tri-state area and throughout the United States. She performs direct patient care and consultative services as a vulvar specialist, sexual dysfunction clinician and therapist.
Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt is Professor of OB/GYN at Drexel University College of Medicine; Professor of Human Sexuality at Widener University; Assistant Professor at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Clinical Associate Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University.
She is a certified sexuality therapist and educator and is a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Healh.
Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt has authored/coauthored two books, 15 book chapters, more than 75 peer reviewed articles, and has been a featured columnist in Women’s Health Care, The Female Patient, Contemporary Sexuality, and The New York Times.
Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt speaks internationally on genital health and human sexuality, and has been featured in popular venues, including: The Today Show, 20/20, CNN, Cosmopolitan, Discovery Channel
Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt is currently the Director of Female Medicine at the Center for Pelvic Medicine, Academic Urology of PA, LLC.
It's time to talk about sex after menopause and you can get invloved:
1) Share this video, featuring menopause experts such as Dr. Susan Kellogg-Spadt, CRNP, PhD and Dr. Lauren Streicher, about the campaign and the importance of talking to your provider about sex after menopause.
2) Sign up via the crowdspeaking platform Thunderclap and commit to having “the conversation.”
3) Leverage your social voice via Twitter, Facebook, and/or Tumblr and encourage your friends and followers to do the same – below are some sample tweets/posts:
· Women spend approx. 1/3 of life post-menopause. Should they stop having sex? NO! Help get the conversation going: http://ow.ly/yCsO1
· Even your vagina ages - about 32MM women in the U.S. have vulvar and vaginal atrophy,
· Sex is a fundamental part of satisfaction in life and love, even after menopause. Join the conversation:ow.ly/z6vgg
· An estimated 6K U.S. women reach menopause every day often resulting in painful sex,
It's Time to Talk about Sex After Menopause with Dr. Susan Kellogg-Spadt-#sexaftermenopuase #sponsored
Posted by Debra Ann Elliott at 10:07 AM Thursday, July 31, 2014
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.
It's Time to Talk about Sex After Menopause is sponsored by the Women's Health Foundation in partnership with Shionogi Inc., and will be spread through Thunderclap, a crowd amplification website.
About the Women's Health Foundation
Women's Health Foundation (WHF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the pelvic health and wellness of women and girls through community-based programs and services, research, and community outreach. WHF is recognized as the nation's most visible and passionate champion of pelvic wellness issues. Learn more at www.womenshealthfoundation.