Our Services

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Menopause

Menopause can be the gateway to the best years of your life!

Complete Health Care of Olympia has been delivering quality, state of the art menopause care and hormone replacement therapy since 2005.  Women have historically met with many road-blocks and inaccurate information when seeking healthcare in their menopausal years. Julie has been trained and certified with The North American Menopause Society (menopause.org), the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH) and the International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD) for many years. CHC strives to help maintain quality of life with individualized hormone therapies and lifestyle management. We utilize and manage all types of hormone therapies including bio-identical, compounded, and sub-dermal hormone pellets. We also manage pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse, pain with sex, and more.

Transgender Health Care

Knowledgeable Respectful Gender Affirming Healthcare

Julie has over 20 years of experience delivering transgender/gender queer health care. She can provide initiation and maintenance of gender confirming hormone therapy for ages 14 and older, post-GRS care, letters for gender confirming surgery and more. The clinic does all forms of gender-confirming hormone regimes including sub-dermal hormone pellets.

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Women's Health Care

We offer a range of women's health services including: 

  • Annual exams

  • Breast exams

  • IUD/Nexplanon placement

  • Endometrial biopsy

  • Pelvic floor evaluation

  • Genital prolapse issues

  • Contraception counseling

  • STI testing

  • Vulvar issues (pain, itching)

  • Libido and sexual health issues

  • Orgasm issues

  • Pain with sex

  • Genital herpes management

  • Pessary fitting​

Primary Care

Julie Dybbro, ARNP, PhD and Louise Boxill, ARNP, CNM, ND provide selective primary care services within their individual expertise. See their bios under the Meet the Team section for specifics.

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