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Children born to women with polycystic ovary syndrome—short- and long-term impacts on health and development

May 31, 2019

Maternal PCOS status may negatively influence offspring infant and childhood growth, cardiometabolic health, reproductive health, and neurodevelopment.

I shared below our Acubalance approach to PCOS that I presented (excerpt of lecture) at a fertility conference in Los Angeles in March 2019

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More Studies Confirm Laser Acupuncture Effective in Treating PCOS

May 28, 2019

One of the great things about this study is that it reiterates the importance of dosage and frequency when it comes to laser. The subjects obtained laser therapy three times per week for 60 days to achieve the desired results, which is pretty incredible considering the average menstrual cycle for women with PCOS can be way longer than 60 days. Another great thing about this study is that it is proven with blood tests showing that reproductive and endocrine hormone levels significant improves with photobiomodulation.

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Top 6 Ways For Biohacking Your Fertility

May 28, 2019

Biohacking is a new word being used all over the health industry which seems to have many mysterious definitions. I wanted to dig a little deeper and see what all the fuss is about while seeing how it can help fertility. At it's simplest explanation it is the way people are now using new and clever ways to positively impact our health at a cellular level.

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What do men have to do with it?

May 24, 2019

Unfortunately, the man is often overlooked or ignored in this healthy baby equation. Fortunately, more research and fertility specialist are advocating men to be proactive and get in better health to impact their sperm quality to increase their partner's chance of conceiving, and a healthy baby at that.

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Energy Medicine The Science and Mystery of Healing by Jill Blakeway

May 21, 2019


I sat down with bestselling author Dr. Jill Blakeway, to talk about how her latest book "Energy Medicine: The Science and Mystery of Healing" bridges the gap between science and spirituality and offers a persuasive, evidence-based case that advances this ancient healing practice.



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Could A Probiotic Influence Your IVF Success?

May 21, 2019

Until very recently, it was assumed that the uterus was a sterile environment – that is, until the advent of next-generation gene sequencing that revealed the presence of an ‘endometrial microbiome’ containing bacteria.

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What you need to know about the real postpartum period. (weeks 1-2)

May 16, 2019

Here is an idea of what to expect and what you should do the first 2 weeks after having a baby.

Click here for part 2 (Weeks 3-6)

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Healing Rotator Cuff Injuries with Low Level Laser Therapy: Results After Three Treatments

May 13, 2019

Rotator cuff tears are notoriously difficult to treat. They involve a tear or injury to one of the many tendons and muscles that move the shoulder, often causing pain, poor range of motion, and muscular weakness. Rotator cuff injuries are often small and get worse over time with repetitive motion.

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Ladies, It is time to Man Up

May 08, 2019

Guys we need to be better at doing our part. I know back in 2000 when I started to practice the data and evidence was not as robust so it was excusable for men to not be proactive in supporting their partners through diet, lifestyle, supplements and acupuncture. But it is 2019 and the data has accumulated suggesting sperm health (or lack of) contribute to poor embryo development, miscarriages and setting your future child up for risk of preventable diseases. Men need to do their part. And ladies, you have my empathy for having to put up with us.

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3 Failed IVF Cycles, Now Pregnant with Laser Acupuncture

May 01, 2019

I wanted to write a case study about a particular patient who I believe is a great example of how powerful low level laser therapy and acupuncture can be. This patient, who I will call Sarah, was struggling with secondary infertility after naturally conceiving her son a few years prior. She did 5 rounds of clomid, 3 unsuccessful IUI’s, and then decided to go through with IVF.