Treating both the emotional and physical imbalance
Chinese medicine views the body and mind as inseparable. Channels map the whole body, connecting internal with external, and body with mind. During acupuncture sessions, specific channels, like “The Bao Mai”, are addressed.
We are a culture that puts so much emphasis on physical exercise for health and stress management, often at the expense of our spiritual and emotional health. All of our clients are encouraged to maintain a healthy balance of exercise for both body and mind.
Chinese medicine doesn’t separate one’s emotional state from their physical presentation. Because of this tenet, avoiding or not adequately addressing the anxiety, stress and fear that manifests as a result of recurrent pregnancy loss, will significantly disrupt the mind/body connection.
Effectiveness of Chinese Medicine in Helping Sustain Pregnancy in Women with a Hyperactive Immune System
This is an area where we believe the right diet and stress management is vital to achieving a healthy pregnancy, especially for women experiencing miscarriages or implantation failure due to an overactive immune system.
A Chinese medical, holistic approach seeks to rectify and quell a hyperactive immune system; we highly recommend our treatment for those experiencing autoimmune infertility, elevated active natural killer cells, endometriosis and other issues that contribute to inflammation and poor circulation – even, and especially, if immunosuppressants are part of your treatment.
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Depending on what fertility steps you are taking or seeking to take, Collaborative Care can help. Our holistic approach strengthens reproductive health in order to optimize your chances of success.
Collaborative Care offers initial zoom and in-person consultations. Schedule your initial session or a 15-min complimentary phone consult below.
Jackie O’Neill is an out-of-network provider. Superbills are provided for those who have acupuncture benefits for reimbursement. It is recommended you check your acupuncture plan for fertility and pregnancy coverage if you plan to be reimbursed for treatment. Herbal supplements are non-billable and therefore ineligible for reimbursement. You may use your HSA or FSA to cover treatment fees.