Will complementing traditional medical care with laser acupuncture help infertility?
A study documented in Fertility and Sterility, a highly regarded fertility journal, demonstrated that laser acupuncture performed both before and after embryo transfer during an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle improves a woman’s chances of implantation by up to 15%. The same study also showed significant improvement in implantation rates compared to traditional needle acupuncture. Learn more about the study.
At this time, Michigan Center for Fertility and Women’s Health is the only fertility center in Michigan currently offering laser acupuncture through its healing center – in Harmony.
Acupuncture has long been recognized as a viable and complementary treatment to traditional fertility medicine because it increases blood flow to the uterine and improves ovary function. It’s also a great alternative for patients who are tired of being poked with needles.
In addition to treating infertility, laser acupuncture also:
- Relieves chronic and acute pain and discomfort
- Strengthens the body’s immune system
- Reduces inflammation
- Increases and oxygenates blood supply
- Relaxes patients and decreases stress
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