So many of us spend much of our lives trying not to get pregnant, only to discover that when we are ready, it is not so easy.
Frustration and sometimes panic sets in. People end up running from doctor to doctor, trying drugs and procedures that are expensive and uncomfortable. The process can seriously drain their financial and emotional resources. Often, they end up sad, disillusioned, and sometimes with a deeply strained marriage.
Lara Rosenthal Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs offers a safe, highly effective, and affordable program of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and lifestyle guidance for couples that are trying to conceive.
The method maximizes the couple's overall chances of conceiving naturally, is comfortable and relaxing, and improves their overall sense of wellbeing in the process. It is also an excellent complement to those who are preparing for or in the process of medical fertility treatment such as Clomid, IUI, IVF, oocyte donation, or egg freezing.
Please read more in the publications listed below. <TOP
NEWS & PUBLICATIONS
Top Ten Ways to HURT Your Reproductive and Long-Term Health
By Lara Rosenthal
Acupuncture and IVF Controversies
By Belinda Anderson & Lara Rosenthal
Fertility and Sterility (April 2007)
Acupuncture to Boost Fertility
Interview with Lara Rosenthal
Acupuncture and in-vitro fertilization: recent research and clinical application.
By Lara Rosenthal & Belinda Anderson
Journal of Chinese Medicine (June 2007)
Acupuncture may hike odds of pregnancy - MSNBC
Original study - British Medical Journal
In vitro fertilization and acupuncture: Clinical efficacy and mechanistic basis.
By Belinda Anderson PhD LAc, et al.
ABOUT LARA ROSENTHAL
Lara Rosenthal, L.Ac. is a licensed acupuncturist and board certified Chinese herbologist specializing in women's health and fertility. She maintains a private practice in Manhattan, is a faculty member at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York, and a clinical supervisor at the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases' Initiative for Women with Disabilities. She has a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, and studied and worked in Taiwan for three years. Lara regularly conducts lectures for both the general public and for practicing physicians on the uses of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to enhance fertility and treat common gynecologic issues. Her work on acupuncture and in vitro fertilization has been published in Fertility and Sterility, and the Journal of Chinese Medicine.
Before embarking upon the path of Chinese Medicine, Lara was a television producer at Wall Street Journal Television producing international business news programs for Europe and Asia, including the Chinese-language World Economy and Finance Report – the first international business news program to air in Mainland China. She has written for many publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal, and Cosmopolitan. <TOP