1.0 - Understanding Fertility and Infertility
“One Egg is Enough” – by Dr. Phil Boyle.
Low AMH? Yes, it just takes one egg. Learn why using AMH as a diagnostic tool in predicting fertility isn’t a meaningful marker in Restorative Reproductive Medicine.
“The Truth About Reduced Ovarian Reserve and AMH” – by Dr. Phil Boyle.
Increase confidence in treating and managing successful pregnancies restoratively despite low Ovarian Reserve, and why AMH is not an important predictor when trying to conceive naturally.
“Stress and the Menstrual Cycle: the impact on the Mind and Body” – by Dr. Brooke Kalanick
Stress — its effects and what to do about it. This session provides changes providers can support patients to take to improve their metabolism, hormones and overall quality of life.
“Progesterone & Pregnancy – Rethinking The Normalcy of Miscarriage” – by Karen D. Poehailos
Progesterone is key to menstrual cycle health and vital to sustaining a healthy pregnancy through complete gestation. Dr. Karen Poehailos describes the effective, restorative approach that challenges the standard of care for recurrent miscarriage.
“Introduction To Acupuncture As A Complementary Treatment For SubFertility” – by Garry W. Lambert
Explore the collaborative approach acupuncture can play in reproductive health during the diagnostic and treatment process, and consider the evidence to support the potential effectiveness of acupuncture as a complementary or adjunct treatment in reproductive health and overall wellness.
“Can You Bio-Hack Egg Quality?” – Elisa Yao
In this session you’ll learn why AMH measurement isn’t the only marker that matters, signs of egg health (including clues patent’s can be taught to uncover through charting), the biomarkers for ovarian reserve as well as natural methods to improve egg quality.