EMPOWER YOURSELF AND WOMEN AROUND YOU
"I take it with me wherever I go and make extensive use of it in lectures to midwives, prenatal education and
'moon-circles' with adolescent girls."
-Michal Rosen, Midwife, RN CNM. M.A
*Supervised and verified by anatomists at ZUYD University, Netherlands and leading obstetric surgeons at the California Pacific Medical Center
A uniquely sensitive and accurate professional tool for birth workers and women's health educators.
This book offers captivating depictions of the uterus and related systems such as the suspensory, nervous and cardiovascular systems.
This simple yet nuanced guide helps women better visualize the uterus and its surroundings. Additionally, it includes compassionate illustrations depicting common uterine health issues such as fibroids, endometriosis, and prolapse followed by some current available treatments.
This book is a valuable addition to any reference library for professionals and non-professionals alike.
YOUR GUIDE TO A WELL-INFORMED
If you’re like most women, you want to understand your own body.
Unfortunately, our culture, sexual education curriculum, and even search results make that difficult.
It’s easy to feel misinformed, powerless and confused.
Jessica's knowledge of her own body was so scarce that routine gynecology checkups left her feeling confused and even violated. She was unable to adequately communicate with her doctor. Through the making of her book, she has re-illustrated her path. Uterus can guide you to feel clear about your anatomy and experience as a uterus owner.
In this illustrated guide to uterine health, simple and medically sound information can help you to become fluent in the language of the uterus, have beautiful visuals in your mind’s eye and gain control of your experience as a woman.
Lior mayer, MIDWIFE,
"The beautiful, clear and precise drawings are not only a pleasure to look at, but a wonderful professional tool. From self-study to patient education, I refer to the drawings again and again as I teach my patients about their bodies and their physical experiences throughout their pregnancies. A must have for anyone involved with women’s health care or birth work."
"Magnificent artistry. Simple yet nuanced, with a unique visual perspective. This book has helped me create clearer images in my mind of the uterus and its surroundings, and has become an important staple of my midwifery library both for my own knowledge, as well as for use in childbirth education. Just purchased extra copies as gifts for colleagues abroad!"
MIDWIFE, RN CNM. M.A.
"This is a uniquely accessible and lucid guide for anyone looking to gain enhanced visualization of the female anatomy. I take it with me wherever I go and make extensive use of it in lectures to midwives, prenatal education courses and 'moon-circles' with adolescent and pre-adolescent girls."
RN MSN PROGRAM, THE ARVIGO INSTITUTE, LLC
"An amazing educational reference, the illustrations are simple yet powerful, demonstrating the structure and function of the uterus. Just amazing!"
"Beautiful, well thought, sensitive and inspiring. A humanistic anatomy perspective."
Meet the author
JESSICA M. KOREN
A professional artist for over fifteen years, Jessica has harnessed her passion for scientific education and now works as a medical illustrator.
Jessica, a native Californian, and her husband, are raising their son in Israel.
Who is Uterus a new perspective for?
BIRTH & BODY WORKERS
Those striving to educate their clients and deepen communication with an accessible and trust-worthy visual reference that you can take wherever you go.
Those who want a dedicated and accurate visual reference for female anatomy to add to their current reference library and to use as a teaching tool.
From teens going through puberty to women going through menopause, those considering pregnancy or that are currently pregnant, or anyone seeking to empower themselves with knowledge of their own body.
UTERINE PAIN SUFFERERs
Those suffering from endometriosis, adenomiosis, fibroids and cramps who would like to feel heard and be clear about these painful experiences, and potential treatment options.
Those who want to deepen their knowledge and expand their empathy for the female experience, and be familiarized with anatomical terms before joining doctor’s appointments.