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Adjunctive Fertility Treatments

When it’s a family you want...

We use your body’s own healing potential to help itself. Our skilled health practitioners are highly trained and use regenerative, evidence-based and root-cause fertility treatment to support both natural fertility cycles and improve IVF success.


Fertility conditions that we treat include:

  • Endometriosis

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

  • Poor Egg Quality

  • Low Ovarian Reserve

  • Implantation Issues

  • Poor Response to Fertility Medication

  • Thing Lining and Poor Circulation

  • Clotting Disorders

  • Hormonal Imbalances

  • Ovulatory Disorders

  • Hypothyroidism and Thyroiditis

  • Recurrent Miscarriage

  • Male Factor Infertility

  • Unexplained Infertility

  • Stress and Fertility Impacts

  • Early Menopause


  • By the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, infertility occurs due to disrupted vital balance and blockages in the Qi energy and blood circulation flow. When the free flow of the energy is blocked, it can cause deficiency, stagnancy or heat syndrome.

  • Deficiency syndrome is blocking and disrupting the sexual and reproductive function both in men and women.

  • Stagnancy syndrome disables the free flow of the energy and blood and restricts it from circulation to the tissues in the reproductive organs.

Heat syndrome is connected to inflammation processes which have an impact on semen quality and gynaecological infections.

All three syndromes can be treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine, concretely with acupuncture and herbs.


When it is known which syndrome to treat, and the problem is solved, the body returns to health and conception may happen naturally.

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Each client meets with a Certified Practitioner to discuss your options and to assess suitability.


NAD — or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide — is a naturally occurring coenzyme that transports electrons from one cell to another.

This substance enhances cell communication, provides the body with energy, supports cognitive functioning, assists in vital cell health and regulates the circadian rhythm.


As we age, our NAD levels will naturally decrease. We might feel tired more easily or weaker than usual — or even find it harder to get pregnant.

So what does NAD have to do with getting pregnant? As we mentioned before, NAD helps prevent mitochondrial dysfunction and NAD wanes with age. Studies have confirmed that, “Mitochondrial malfunction has been hypothesized to play important roles in age- and environment-induced infertility,” explains Aging Cell. With that, NAD treatments might encourage optimal cell health in patients with declining NAD levels; in turn, this may assist with fertility.

NAD and the Female Body

Using NAD to supplement fertility has been linked to several factors that contribute to a successful pregnancy, including:


  • Egg quality: The primary way NAD is linked to fertility is through increasing a female’s egg quality. With age, women lose the quality and quantity of their eggs, leading to increased chances of DNA damage or other defects.

  • Hormone regulation: In the same study as above, NAD also shows promise in regulating hormones that induce ovulation, increasing the chances of becoming pregnant.

  • Mitochondrial function: as mitochondrial dysfunction is a cellular process that has been linked to age and environmental-induced infertility.


Additional health benefits: Higher NAD levels help a woman’s body stay healthy, which can also increase fertility.


NAD+ can be supplemented in oral, intramuscular, and intravenous formulations.

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