Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy are ancient Chinese methods used for the treatment and prevention of disease. These systems are as ancient and effective as any other medicinal technique used today. They have been practiced consistently for the past five thousand years in the Orient. 1.4 billon of the world’s population uses acupuncture and herbs as their main form of health care.
Although acupuncture has been used in England, France, and Germany for several hundred years, only in the past two decades have Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) been recognized in the United States.
The benefits of Acupuncture and TCM treatment for the infertile couple can be found in early Chinese medical literature dating back to 11 AD. Not only do these techniques assist in regulating the menstrual cycle and invigorating the sperm, but they also serve to enhance the function of the whole body. This “whole body” health approach, in turn, provides the key to unlocking unlimited potential in healing. This is especially appropriate for a couple trying to conceive as it stimulates overall health to boost reproductive health and a reduction of biological age.
James M. Shinol and his esteem team have extensive experience and incredible results with the treatment of infertility using acupuncture and Chinese herbology. The practice has a very long list of happy couples that are excited and willing to share their stories with new and potential patients. Think Acupuncture has adopted a policy in which those who have had success using acupuncture to treat their infertility act as a bridge to those who are skeptical or hesitant. The providers work hand-in-hand with numerous Reproductive Endocrinologists and Gynecologists throughout Long Island and the surrounding areas.
Whether you are working independently or with a doctor, Think Acupuncture looks forward to helping you in making your dreams a reality. Think Acupuncture for all aspects and causes of infertility including birth control pills, PMS, ART procedures (IUI/ IVF), elevated FSH, low AMH, premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, sperm antibodies, or a history of drug, alcohol, or smoking abuse. Check if your insurance qualifies you for acupuncture infertility treatments!
When selecting an acupuncturist or any healer it is important to know that they are suitably qualified to do fertility work. Communication, experience and skill are important. There are different levels of training in the field of acupuncture and East Asian Medicine. Think Acupuncture acupuncturists have 3000+ hours plus extensive, constant continuing education. (NY State physician programs that are only 300 hours in length and do not cover fertility). Specialty skills and experience are necessary when treating infertility.