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Individualized Acupuncture for Pre- and Post-Embryo Transfer: A Traditional Approach to Modern Care

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There has been a lot of research done around pre- and post-embryo transfer acupuncture using protocols with mixed outcomes. When it comes to these treatments, how can we best support our patients while maintaining the integrity of Traditional Chinese Medicine? Individualized acupuncture on the day of transfer has been shown to increase the live birth rate and decrease the biochemical rate. We will review the past research that has been done on day of embryo transfer acupuncture and examine how it has evolved.

    Goals and Objectives
  • Overview of past research done on pre- and post-embryo transfer acupuncture
  • How the research evolved on acupuncture and infertility and how it has influenced pre- and post-embryo transfer acupuncture
  • How to apply TCM principles by drawing diagnostic conclusions
  • Connect and build relationships with fertility clinics and REIs near you
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Lamya Kamel
    Kate Phillippi

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    Kate Phillippi

    Dr. Kate Phillippi is an acupuncturist at Aligned Modern Health and Kindbody in Chicago Dr. Phillippi completed her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Health and Science and has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Otterbein College. Dr. Phillippi has extensive training in reproductive medicine and is a Fellow of The American and TCM Board of Reproductive Medicine. She collaborates on research for integrative fertility and is a published author. She is adjunct faculty at The Pacific College of Health and Science.