As featured in Get Me Giddy, Amanda Grischow, NMD, is a naturopathic provider in the on-campus Medical Center at Sonoran University of Health Sciences. In the article, Dr. Grischow gives insight into how blood flow changes during intercourse can cause temporary hearing loss.
Amanda Grischow, NMD received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine in 2022 from Sonoran University of Health Sciences (previously Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine). Dr. Grischow also received her B.S. in biology with a minor in psychology from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. She is a first-year general medicine resident at Sonoran University.
Dr. Grischow has strong interests in women’s medicine, gastrointestinal health, mental health, and metabolic health. She addresses medical concerns and promotes prevention with the use of lifestyle modification, hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, acupuncture, and clinical nutrition. She is also passionate about addressing the impact that our changing environment has on health. Dr. Grischow aims to empower patients to make positive changes in their lives and to know that optimal health is within reach.
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