Meet Bob Wood


After graduating from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy in 1967, I entered the specialty of community retail pharmacy. I spent 30 years in that discipline until I noticed a shift in retail pharmacy that resulted in my job becoming very stressful.   I decided to make a change when I discovered compounding pharmacy.  I loved the concept  because it enabled me to create a specific pharmaceutical product to fit the patient’s unique needs. I joined a hospice team where our goal was to create prescribed medications to keep the patient comfortable. The nine years that I spent as a part of this team were extremely rewarding.

As my compounding career advanced, I became aware of the lack of patient education regarding bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.  I frequently spoke with female patients about their symptoms of hormone imbalance and their concerns about using synthetic hormone therapy. The next twenty years of my life I devoted to studying and learning about the impact of hormonal imbalance in women of all ages. I currently have a successful consulting practice where I work closely with physicians across the state to provide women with a natural hormone replacement alternative.

In my free time I love gardening flowers and organic vegetables on my 15 acre property in Delaware county.   I also have a passion for steelhead fishing with a flyrod. Fly fishing gives me the opportunity to be in the wilderness and be in total solitude with nature. In my opinion, we all need this kind of “fresh air” therapy.

3 thoughts on “Meet Bob Wood

  1. Judy Huang says:

    Hi Bob:
    I am a patient of Patty ve done a saliva test and have tried your Fem product which did not do so well for me. Wanted to reach out and see if you can get my saliva test and see what else you would suggest?

  2. Carol Sullivan says:

    Travel and high heels not wise. On trip returning from visiting Marie in Maryland, I tripped on step and broke leg. Had surgery when I should have been having lunch with you. I just finished a painting of two wood ducks but was not able to send to ofc email due to lock. Would love to hear from you, just been working and painting. You still intrigue me.

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