Category Archives: Dr. Shel

MonaLisa Touch

The MonaLisa Touch®

 I’m so excited to present to you the MonaLisa Touch®, an incredible treatment for vulvovaginal atrophy, most commonly seen in menopausal women.  Most menopausal women go through vaginal dryness and vaginal and vulvar atrophy, which essentially leads to a lot of pain, dryness, sensitivity, irritation,and genitourinary syndromes such as urinary frequency, urinary urgency, and… Read More »


Chronic Illness, Toxicity and Leaky Gut Syndrome

 Today we’re going to talk about leaky gut syndrome. I am pretty sure a lot of you have, by now, heard of leaky gut because everybody’s talking about it and it’s something that is really, really pertinent to our medical system today. Most traditional doctors are now starting to open up to why the… Read More »


The Wife’s Guide To Men’s Hormones

Husbands tend to rely on us their wives for small and large things. For wives, their husband’s health and well-being is certainly at the top of the list. At Dr. Shel Wellness & Aesthetic Center, we’ve created this guide to help you understand the physical changes you may have seen. As your husband ages, his… Read More »


Dr. Shel Discusses Getting To The Root Cause of Women’s Health

Dr. Shel and happy client join Deborah Duncan of Great Day Houston to discuss “Get Well With Dr. Shel”   As a Registered Nurse, Mrs. Goynes came to Dr. Shel not feeling like herself. She shares that she struggled with stress and anxiety, mood swings, depression, and weight gain, but wanted an alternative to conventional… Read More »


Moving into Menopause: 3 Things You May Not Know

Menopause is something that affects all women, and begins typically around age 50. A woman’s ovaries stop releasing eggs and her menstrual cycle stops. In the time leading up to menopause, often referred to as perimenopause, a woman may experience many different changes in her life: her hormones and period frequency may begin to change… Read More »




How Gratitude Improves Your Health!

Did you know… recent studies have shown that showing gratitude throughout your daily life is actually good for your total health.  This means that it’s CRUCIAL to practice gratitude. And not only throughout the holidays but in each and every day of our lives. Studies have shown that a positive attitude and grateful spirit can… Read More »




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