Laser For Fertility Success Story - Combining the Ancient Wisdom of Chinese Medicine with Cold Laser LLLTSep 11, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
I am passionate about Chinese medicine and its methods that allow my patients to experience life changing results.
Sep 07, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
There are so many things which can damage male fertility. Men are told to stay away from hot tubs, pesticides, beer, processed foods and dozens of other fertility slashing things. What if there was one simple thing that men can add into their lives which would boost both sperm motility and morphology? Wouldn't you want to try it?
Aug 22, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
We know that men's fertility has been on the decline for decades but few people put much thought into it. Men produce multi million amounts of sperm so who cares about a few less right? Wrong! The average man in the early 1970's produced an average of 99 million sperm per milliliter. Fast forward to 2011 the average man only is producing 47 million sperm per milliliter.
Aug 17, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
I wanted to discuss a case study to show how lower abdominal pain related to the reproductive system can negatively effect fertility.
Jul 31, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
Men looking to increase fertility can do some pretty simple things to get an edge over the average guy. Improving diet, getting regular exercise, taking vitamins and even getting more sleep can all help their chances of a healthy pregnancy.
Jul 25, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
Researchers have looked back on almost 19,000 IVF cycles and found that a mans age can significantly decrease the chances of a heal
Jul 17, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
I read a article recently discussing how we treat infertility different in men than in women. It doesn't really make any sense as male infertility is just as common, we just don't treat it that way!
Jul 07, 2017 | Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM, FABORM
In my work I often hear of men wanting to improve their fertility. The best way to do this is by knowing how sperm are made, formed and where this happens. This general process is better known as spermatogenesis. Once we understand the how sperm are created and where they mature we can then figure out how best to improve their function, quality and number.