About Couri & Smyth Health For Life
Welcome To Couri & Smyth Health For Life!
We believe that women deserve to know the truth about their health so that they can have a sense of wholeness in their life. This begins with women feeling heard, valued, and empowered to live in harmony with their cycles and beyond.
Dr. Couri and Dr. Smyth have each been in practice for over 28 years and have worked with thousands of patients who struggle with infertility, PCOS and menopause management.
We offer an individualized approach that focuses on the underlying causes of the aforementioned issues to help couples and women restore their health!
5 Pillars of Health
Here at Couri & Smyth Health For Life Medical Center, we focus on the 5 foundational pillars of health:
- Detoxification and gut health
- Hormone balance
By understanding how the 5 pillars of health make an impact, individuals are able to uncover and manage the underlying causes of their health conditions. This allows them to gain health, achieve fertility and manage menopause.
If you would like to learn more, we highly recommend watching one of our 30-minute webinars.
Don’t Live In Wisconsin?
If you don’t live in Wisconsin or close to our Weston Office Location, that’s not a problem! We can work with you virtually to help you achieve your goals. It’s ideal for you to come in-person to your first appointment if you can, so we can get your initial body and health metrics. This helps us to better understand you and your starting point. We can then put together a better personalized plan that fits your wants and needs.
Why Work With Us?
Dr. Couri & Dr. Smyth have been practicing Natural Procreative (NaPro) Technology™ for a combined 40 years. Their interest in natural fertility stemmed from both doctors experiencing infertility and miscarriage in their own lives. They found answers and solutions that worked for them through the use of NaPro Technology that includes the Creighton Model Cycle Tracking.
For Cycling Women and Women with PCOS, Natural Procreative (NaPro) Technology™ is a breakthrough in understanding women’s reproductive health and regulating fertility. This breakthrough allows for identifying and treating of underlying causes of infertility. The Creighton Model™ is one of the tools used to track a woman’s monthly hormones. This chart helps women to understand which days are more fertile than others. NaProtechnology has a high success rate because it works in harmony with a woman’s natural cycle.
For women who are menopausal, the principles of functional medicine applied to lifestyle programs work well to help them manage and thrive during menopause.
Dr. Couri & Dr. Smyth believe that every woman deserves to know the truth about her reproductive health and that starts with being heard, valued, and empowered to live in harmony with her fertility.
– Dr. Couri & Dr. Smyth
YOUR CARE TEAM
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Kimberly Couri
Dr. Kimberly Couri was born and raised in Chicago, IL and earned her undergraduate degree in biochemistry and chemistry at the University of Illinois. She attended the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine for her medical training. She completed an internship at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, IL and her Family Practice Residency at Bon Secours Hospital in Gross Pointe, MI. She is board certified in Family Practice by the American Board of Family Medicine. Kim is also board certified medical consultant in NaPro Technology™. Kim enjoys spending time with her daughters and their families including her first granddaughter. She dedicates the practice to one of her mentors, her husband Dr. Tom Connolly. She likes outdoor activities like hiking, time with family, friends and faith.
Dr. R. Louise Smyth
Dr. R. Louise Smyth is a board-certified Family Practice physician who has been in practice in Wisconsin since 1995. She was born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in western Canada, where she obtained her undergraduate degree in biology. She received her medical degree at the University of Calgary School of Medicine and completed her Family Practice Residency at the Plains Health Center in Regina, Saskatchewan. Dr. Smyth and her husband are very busy with five sons, their families, and the church. She loves gardening and outdoor activities.