Our Whole Body Health Experts are Here for You

Loving our bodies the right way starts with getting to know them.

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Our Professionals

We source all our whole body health information from the experts, and now we want to make those experts available to you too.

For reliable information about what’s normal, what’s not, and what you can do to love all your parts at every stage of health, reach out to Loyal’s crew of OBGYNs, PA’s, and nurse practitioners.

Dr. Shon OGBYN, UCONN

Mission: To educate women on topics related to their reproductive health to promote awareness about vaginal infections and probiotics. She believes that women should have access to information that allows them to understand and protect their bodies.

Dr. Shontreal M. Cooper is an Obstetrician-Gynecologist and women’s health advocate who currently practices in Farmington, Connecticut. Dr. Cooper offers comprehensive women’s health services to all pregnant women with a focus on high risk pregnancies, vaginal infections and microbiome. Most importantly, she strives to listen and understand your concerns and provide personalized care for your specific needs.

Judy Feinstein,
Sex Therapist

Judy Feinstein, MSW, CST, lives and breathes whole body love and acceptance, because loving all our parts is key to a confident, fulfilling sex life. Hailing from Westchester, NY, Judy has operates diverse practice that serves both individuals and couples from all backgrounds and walks of life.

Sexual health isn’t just about condoms and consent. Sexual health encompasses every aspect of sex, from the biological to the emotional. As a mental health advocate and sex positive practitioner with 15 years experience in the field, Judy takes a holistic approach to all aspects of sexuality, including how we see ourselves and our partners.

Neena Patel,
C.N.S.

Certified Nutritionist, Neena Patel, teaches individuals of all ages how to nourish their bodies and fall in love with food. Based in Rochester, MN, Neena specializes in balancing hormones, healing insulin resistance, and addressing nutritional deficiencies through food and patient education.

Neena’s practice is open to all genders and age groups, but she take special care to ensure that her office is a safe place for women, minorities, and LGBT individuals to receive nutritional guidance. Health, well-being, and nutrition is for everyone.

Alicia-Alvarez,
Nurse Practioner

Alicia Alvarez, NP, specializes in family medicine and reproductive health and has worked in the field for 25 years. As a passionate advocate for the reproductive rights of women and LGBT people, Alicia splits her professional life between a Bay Area family medicine office and a free clinic serving Oakland, CA.

She is dedicated to providing education and reproductive health resources to all, regardless of age, gender, orientation, or socio-economic status.

Alicia is also a certified Doula, or birth advocate, helping to facilitate healthy and harmonious birth experiences.