MEET OUR FOUNDER DR. LYNSEY JOHNSON, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
ACCEPTING PATIENTS IN GA, FL, & NY
PCOS Sisters was created by Nurse Practitioner Dr. Lynsey Johnson, DNP, FNP-C after years of suffering with PCOS herself and discovering how difficult it was to find medical professionals who understood how to treat it. She developed the PCOS Sisters Treatment Program and has kept the weight off herself for the past 8 years going from 180 lbs to 140 lbs using the PCOS Sisters Treatment program. She has been treating PCOS patients since 2017 and received training from Augusta University, Emory University, and University of Florida. She is also a certified Family Nurse Practitioner meaning she can treat all ages, co-existing conditions, and primary care. She believes PCOS affects the entire body and provides a comprehensive treatment program and holistic approach to PCOS treatment. She is a member of the obesity medicine society, Endocrine society, and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She currently resides in Decatur, GA with her son, yet is able to reach patients in FL & NY through our expanding PCOS Sisters Telehealth Clinic. Telehealth has allowed her to reach so many patients that would otherwise not have access due to location or lack of insurance. Even if you are not in these states we still offer a PCOS Action Plan and Health Coaching for those who would like to meet with her for coaching/consulting, not medical care.
MEET Kaitlyn Leone, FNP-C, CRNP
ACCEPTING PATIENTS IN FL AND NY
Kaitlyn Leone, CRNP, is a dedicated healthcare professional with a Master of Science in Nursing from Clarion University, boasting a rich 11-year career as a nurse and seven years as a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP). With a diverse background in inpatient neurology and outpatient family medicine, Kaitlyn developed a profound interest in treating Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) motivated by both professional exposure and personal experience. Having struggled with vague symptoms for years, Kaitlyn's journey to diagnose and manage her own PCOS led her through challenges such as weight gain, acne, and irregular menses. Through a combination of yoga, dietary changes, and the right medications, she successfully regulated her hormones, culminating in the healthy birth of her daughter after years of infertility. Since transitioning to family medicine, Kaitlyn discovered a passion for helping women with poorly managed or undiagnosed PCOS. Her rewarding experiences in improving patient outcomes drive her advocacy for women's health, and she seeks opportunities to share her knowledge. Specializing in general family medicine with interests in migraine care, mental health, acne, and obesity/weight loss, Kaitlyn brings a unique blend of personal experience, clinical expertise, and a compassionate approach to her practice. She aspires to further grow her knowledge and continue empowering women in their journey to find effective and personalized care for PCOS.
MEET DR. CHRISTINA DZIOBA, PHD, APrN, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC
ACCEPTING PATIENTS IN FL
Dr. Christina Dzioba, PHD, APRN, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC, BC-ADM has worked as a nurse practitioner since 2010. Her focus on women's health was sparked by seeing women not understand their own bodies or power while working in labor and delivery. She has struggled with PCOS and endometriosis since her early 20s with the resulting changes to her body including weight gain. Having worked with women over the years with PCOS and diabetes she has seen many experiencing frustration with the current healthcare system where their symptoms are dismissed and they don't feel listened to. She is excited to partner with you to improve your PCOS symptoms and improve your health.
Meet Vanessa Bieber MSN, APRN, FNP-C
ACCEPTING PATIENTS IN FL
Vanessa Bieber is a nurse practitioner that services the state of Florida. She graduated from Chamberlain University and has over 10 years of experience in nursing. Originally from Pennsylvania, Vanessa and her family recently relocated to southern Georgia. Vanessa knows first-hand the struggles of PCOS after being diagnosed with PCOS in 2015 after 5 years of infertility. After having 2 rounds of IVF, she was able to have 2 beautiful biological children. Her experience with PCOS has motivated her to want to help other women who are struggling with the same issues. She became PCOS Sister in July 2023 and has lost over 20 lbs since starting the PCOS Sisters program. She strives to help her patients achieve their health goals and overall wellness. PCOS Sisters has changed her life and she is eager to help fellow PCOS sisters.
MEET HAYA DEVONISH, HEALTH COACH, OPERATIONS MANAGER
Haya Devonish, the PCOS Sisters Office Manager, is a native of Indiana but a long-time resident of Atlanta, GA. She is a persistent leader who is skilled in operations and project management. Haya uses her strong administrative background and diverse management skill set to manage the back-office workflow of the Practice.