Courtney Hasseman CNM

Courtney Hasseman CNM

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Cheers to all my fellow Women in Business in Loudoun County on this lovely !
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Here are a few local business women in the health and wellness sphere who have inspired me along my journey:
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Grace Keenan, MD, founder and former CEO of Nova Medical Group, the woman who gave me my start in Loudoun County, a phenomenal leader, visionary, change maker, and true supporter of preventivative and holistic health. Thank you!
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Bobbi Elliott, .elliott.52 the ever knowledgeable owner of the wonderful local and largest independently owned health food store on the East Coast, Healthy by Nature
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Katrece Nolen, cancer survivor and author of I’ve Been Diagnosed, Now What?, speaker, and President of KAPAX Solutions LLC
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Courtney Hasseman CNM, Certified Nurse Midwife and Owner of Integrated Women’s Health
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Women owned farmers in Loudoun - we have over 500 - more than anywhere else in the Commonwealth! Thank you for helping to restore our soils and bring nutritious food to our bellies.
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I am grateful to be surrounded by so many powerhouse women in Loudoun County who provide such important services to our community!
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PCOS: Learn more about it and how to manage it by listening to our very own pharmacist, Megan Kilkeary, interview Courtney Hasseman CNM, a midwife and nurse practitioner who provides integrative gynecologic care and functional nutrition programs specializing in hormonal and menstrual health.

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https://anchor.fm/tccconnections/episodes/PCOS---What-is-it-and-how-do-you-treat-it-ercric

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Irregular monthly periods can be a symptom of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS. Learn more about it and how to manage it holistically.

Listen to Courtney Hasseman CNM, Nurse Practitioner in Leesburg, VA discuss PCOS and healthcare for women with our very own Compounding Pharmacist, Megan Kilkeary.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipGgwWsAc_E

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Courtney provides integrative gynecologic care specializing in hormonal and menstrual health. She of

01/31/2023

"I am so appreciative for Courtney's clear and methodical way of describing her thought process about my physical health care!"

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/27/2023

If it’s been a while since you’ve had a women’s health visit, now is the time to prioritize your health!⁠

Your well-woman exam is focused on preventive care: ⁠
🌱 Cancer screenings⁠
🌱 Nutritional screenings⁠
🌱 Preventive lab work⁠
🌱 Physical examination⁠
🌱 Supporting your body to prevent imbalance⁠

Women 21 and older (consults only as needed for younger women) should meet with their provider yearly.⁠

We can address your concerns, discuss changes in your health history, plan for your future needs, and make personalized recommendations.⁠

I allow 2 hours for all new patient visits to make sure that we have plenty of time for comprehensive care. ⁠

Schedule through link and bio and experience your best women’s health visit yet!⁠

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/24/2023

Happy One-Year Anniversary to Lindsay! ⁠

Lindsay is known and loved by all of my patients! Pretty much conquering everything outside of clinical care, Lindsay is the office manager with the most-est. Thanks to her help, I was able to increase my availability for patient appointments by 20% this past year…Wow!⁠

So thankful for her expertise, exceptional customer service skills, and joyful spirit.⁠


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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/20/2023

The most common complaint I hear from my patients? Fatigue.

There can be so many causes of fatigue:
The sleep-deprived mama
The nutrient-deficient teen
The overworked woman
The perimenopausal woman with interrupted sleep

Exploring all of the underlying causes is so important: Hormonal, nutritional, and lifestyle.

We must address all of these areas with slow, steady work. Know that you can feel better!

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/19/2023

What we choose to eat makes THE biggest impact on our health. And it is often the most confusing for women. “Paleo? Keto? Vegan? Carnivore? How do I know what’s best for me? I’m so confused!” I hear this all of the time. I get it.

In my nutritional therapy program, you partner with me (a nurse practitioner, midwife, nutritional therapist, and hormone specialist) to figure out how to use food to heal your body and resolve your symptoms. I teach, listen, and encourage you during the whole process.

Let’s move away from rigid nutrition plans that don't take your bio-individuality into consideration. Instead, let’s work together to get you feeling your best.

Contact me to learn more about getting you started!

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/17/2023

WINTER SOUP SPOTLIGHT:
CARROT GINGER

Utilize your Instant Pot or pressure cooker for this simple, nourishing recipe by in only 30 min!

Ingredients:
¼ cup olive oil
1 onion, chopped
3 inch chunk of fresh ginger, peeled and minced
24 ounces broth
2 pounds carrots, chopped
1 tsp salt
1 tsp turmeric
Pumpkin seeds, chives, or other garnish

Instructions:
Place the olive oil in the bottom of the Instant Pot and saute. When the oil is hot, add the onions, and cook, stirring, about 7 min or until lightly browned. Add the ginger and cook another minute before turning off the heat.

Add the broth, carrots, salt, and turmeric to the pot and stir to combine. Place the lid, lock, and cook on “manual - high pressure” for 10 min.
When the timer goes off, use the quick release method to release pressure. Remove the lid and cool for a few minutes.

When safe to handle, use an immersion blender or transfer to a blender to puree until smooth.

Garnish and enjoy!

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/09/2023

Top Five Winter Wellness Tips for naturally boosting your immune system:⁠

Before reaching for pills or powders to boost your immune system, make these lifestyle and nutrition tips a priority.⁠

1. Make sleep your top priority. All good things happen while we’re asleep including peak immune function. If there’s one thing you do for your immune system…Prioritize sleep.⁠

2. Reduce your sugar and simple carb intake. Sugar depresses immune function. Focus instead on fruit as your sweet treat and otherwise choose starchy veggies (squash, potatoes, carrots, etc) as a complex carb source.⁠

3. Increase foods high in zinc such as dark meats and pumpkin seeds. Zinc is essential for cellular repair and immune function⁠

4. Enjoy foods naturally high in vitamin A such as egg yolks, dark meats, and orange veggies. They are important for respiratory function.⁠

5. Exercise! Regular exercise is an immune booster. Whether it’s walking, yoga, or weight lifting, get your body moving.⁠


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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/06/2023

Let’s make this year different than any before! ⁠

Here’s to a new year where we swap the complicated resolutions for clear intentions and fuel our bodies with foods that support our goals! Wishing you health, happiness, and joy for 2023.⁠

Head over to my blog and check out this list of foods you can draw on to incorporate as part of your positive change!⁠

https://courtneyhasseman.com/better-resolutions/

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

01/04/2023

I love a good reset and January is the perfect time for new beginnings. At home this past weekend we enjoyed a 2022 year-in-review and set some family goals for the year ahead: Activities, trips together, etc. I made a big New Year dinner feast and we enjoyed a lazy weekend. It was wonderful.

Last year brought big changes to my work and family schedules. For my health goals, I also was able to keep up with regular exercise (thanks .leesburg) which I had not prioritized in MANY years. This year I plan to continue getting stronger physically plus work on an earlier bedtime. If I can make good habits of sleep and movement I’m going to call it a success. And no need for any more resolutions other than those.

Professionally, I’m looking forward to a work conference this spring in Florida!

Does your family have any New Year’s traditions? What health goals are you prioritizing this year?

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/29/2022

Warm up this month with a yummy pear & apple crisp recipe from fellow nutritional therapy practitioners .

I love a good fruit crisp any time of the year!

INGREDIENTS

Filling:
2 pears, peeled and chopped
2 apples, peeled and chopped
¼ cup raisins
3 tablespoons maple syrup
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon cassava flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
½ teaspoon powdered ginger

Topping:
1 cup cassava flour
¼ cup palm shortening
3 tablespoons coconut palm sugar
1 tablespoon coconut flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

In a large bowl mix all filling ingredients. Pour into a 9-inch pie plate. Set aside while making the topping.

Add all topping ingredients to the bowl of a food processor. Pulse off and on to combine, stopping as soon as large crumbles form. Top filling in pie plate with topping mixture, using your fingers to break up and spread the crumbles evenly.

Bake for 40 minutes, or until the topping is golden brown.

Allow to cool before serving.

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/22/2022

Slow it down this season and focus on what matters most…
Likely that’s not on your to-do list 😌

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

Photos from Courtney Hasseman CNM's post 12/20/2022

A few women-owned businesses that I love! The perfect treat for yourself or that special someone who needs a little self-care!⁠



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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/15/2022

A few simple ideas to help moderate your stress this month:

Take advantage of the sunlight each day. Get as much sunlight outside as you’re able to help promote a healthy cortisol rhythm. A morning walk through your neighborhood, warm bev outside after lunch, or brief walk before the sun sets.

Swap out your caffeine and alcohol. These bandaids only make matters worse. Instead, support your body with herbal teas or adaptogenic herbs/mushrooms.

Prioritize your bedtime routine. Regardless of your to-do list, set hard boundaries at night to turn off the electronics and get to bed. Your sleep is directly connected to immune health and hormone balance. Get more sleep!

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/12/2022

During stressful seasons (such as the holidays) it is particularly important to support your body through restorative movement.

This is exercise that promotes strength, flexibility, and stress relief through gentle, non-exhaustive activity. Walking, yoga, pilates, barre, hiking in nature, or swimming are all great choices!

If you notice your exercise routine is making you tired rather than energized, then it’s time to rethink your routine. Taking a season of time for restorative movement is a great break for your body and adrenal hormones.

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/09/2022

There’s no better time than the winter to support your health!

Work together with me on a customizable nutrition program. We can make profound changes with simple steps in just a few weeks time.

Let's get you best prepared for wintertime!

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/08/2022

With cooler temperatures come warming herbs! I typically enjoy herbs such as cinnamon, ginger, or chai seasonally in the evening. Swap out your after-dinner wine for a warming herbal tea instead.

When choosing tea:
Make sure there are no added “flavors,” colors, or additives
Buy organic herbs, when possible

Enjoy!


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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

12/07/2022

As the days shorten I find that the rhythm of my day changes too. I’m much less productive once the sun goes down and long to spend most evenings in front of our fireplace with tea.⁠

Our family collection of Christmas books & novels has been pulled out for the season. A highlight of each year! I’ve chosen a compilation of Christmas stories by George MacDonald and an advent devotional by Paul Tripp for the month. Ask me in January how they went.⁠

What do you enjoy reading these evenings? How does your rhythm change with the shortened day?⁠

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Courtney Hasseman, CNM
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

11/30/2022

Perimenopausal changes can begin up to 5-10 years before our periods stop...So for many women that's in our 30's!⁠

Hormone evaluation is helpful to figure out if changes are a perimenopause transition or other hormone imbalance. ⁠

Don't be afraid to reach out and don't assume you're too young for menopause!⁠




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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

11/28/2022

Curious if hormone imbalance could be underlying your symptoms? Tired of being told that all your labs “look normal” while still feeling crummy? ⁠

Functional hormone consultations with me take into account your menstrual history, health history, age, stress levels, lifestyle habits, nutritional status, and overall well-being. ⁠

It’s all part of the big picture!⁠

So what does a hormone consult look like? ⁠

*A 60-120 min initial visit to deeply review your health history⁠

*Bloodwork to evaluate nutritional status, blood sugar control, thyroid function. (Typically run through insurance)⁠

*Testing to evaluate s*x and adrenal hormones⁠

*Follow-up for 30-60 min to discuss results together⁠

*A personalized action plan including nutrition recommendations, lifestyle modifications, and appropriate nutritional supplements.⁠

Follow-ups as needed to check in on progress and update as needed.⁠




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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

11/24/2022

So much to be thankful for this year. Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful Thanksgiving!⁠


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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

11/22/2022

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+ Highest-quality nutritional supplements and personal care products⁠

+ Fast, free shipping⁠

+ No hot warehouse that degrades the quality of your supplements⁠

+ Live probiotics shipped cold⁠

+ No concerns about expired or improperly-stored products⁠

+ Great customer service⁠

+ Discounts extended to my patients⁠

+ Shop with your healthcare flex cards!⁠



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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

Photos from Courtney Hasseman CNM's post 11/21/2022

20 years then and now 💍 💕We had the dinner of our dreams and an amazing, emotional evening Hyeholde Restaurant. The years just get sweeter and sweeter.

11/17/2022

Woo hoo…Time for another Fulscript sale! ⁠

All supplements are 25% off of retail price when purchased through the Fullscript link through my bio or your patient portal. ⁠

Winter immune support?⁠
Stress support for the holiday season?⁠
Refill on your favorite multivitamin?⁠

Now is the time to stock up!⁠

New to Fullscript or not yet a patient of mine? Learn more through the Fullscript link in bio.⁠



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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

11/15/2022

Some favorite local businesses to support here in downtown Leesburg this holiday season! All women-owned!⁠

Neighbors: A Local Market
Local wine and goods are the perfect holiday gift!⁠

Revive Nail Studio
Non-toxic, natural nail care in downtown Leesburg! If those nasty odors have kept you out of nail salons then search no further. Rachel makes most of her own products with natural and organic ingredients and offers the mani and pedi you’ve needed.⁠

Zest Clothing & Co.
My favorite place to freshen my accessory collection. Love their jewelry and earring selections


Eyetopia, Inc. - The Eyewear Vault
Fresh accessories? Fun gifts? Stylish eyewear? Eyetopia has it all! ⁠

Wldwst
I bought several unique, beautiful gifts here last year. Can’t wait to see their holiday selections and displays!⁠

Greenheart Juice Shop
There’s never a bad time to enjoy some fresh pressed veggie juice while shopping!⁠



Where else have you been shopping locally?

11/11/2022

Night sweats and interrupted sleep may be some of our earliest symptoms of menopause. ⁠

Here are some favorite tips to help improve rest.⁠

+ Create plenty of screen-free unwind time before bed. Artificial lights will keep our cortisol pumping and our eyes awake.⁠

+ To naturally promote your own melatonin production, cut out all electronics at least one hour before bedtime. Kids need unwind time before bed and so do moms.⁠

+ Watch the caffeine and alcohol. Need another reason to reduce these two disruptors? Both will affect nighttime sleep. Limit small quantities of caffeine to the morning and limit small amounts of alcohol to dinner. That evening wine can bust both your blood sugar and quality sleep.⁠

+ Check your hormones. An imbalance in estrogen and progesterone levels can be related to perimenopausal sweats and wakings. Bio-identical hormone supplementation may be appropriate.⁠

What are some of your favorite ways to unwind before sleep?⁠


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Courtney Hasseman, CNM⁠
🌿 https://courtneyhasseman.com/

Integrative Gyn Care and Functional Nutrition For Women in Downtown Leesburg!

Courtney Hasseman is a Nurse Practitioner, Midwife who provides integrative women’s health and gynecologic care. Specializing in hormonal and menstrual health, Courtney can manage everything from your well-woman exam to personalized nutrition programs and hormone therapies. She offers both in-person visits and online consultations based from her Downtown Leesburg clinic.

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