Our providers take the time to meet with you personally to understand your background, fears, and hopes for your family. The average length of appointment with provider and patient is 60 minutes, but if there is more to be discussed, they are happy to work with you to answer your questions and provide hope for your future.
Restorative Reproductive Medicine is any scientific approach to reproductive medicine that seeks to cooperate with or restore the normal physiology and anatomy of the human reproductive system. This approach respects the integrity of the human person and the right of a couple to have access to reproductive health care that respects and cooperates with the woman’s menstrual cycle and overall health.
RRM comprises many different methods. Some better known methods include medical interventions based on the Billings Ovulation Method, Naprotechnology (based on the Creighton Method) and FEMM. There are several others, but they all share a common goal of using information from a fertility chart and working to optimize normal function. RRM identifies what is not working and fixes it, so that conception and pregnancy can occur naturally.
Diagnoses that can be helped with Restorative Reproductive Medicine include:
◻️ Irregular Cycles
◻️ Premenstrual Syndrome
◻️ Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
◻️ Ovarian Cysts
◻️ Hormonal Abnormalities
◻️ Infertility (male and female)
◻️ Premature Birth
◻️ Postpartum Depression
Yes! If there are necessary labs or imaging to be completed, we will work with you to find a lab closest to your location. They will be sent to you directly to bring to the lab, and have completed as the physician recommends. The results will be sent back to the provider for analysis and a follow up appointment will be scheduled to communicate the findings.
If prescriptions or supplements are needed in your patient care plan based on lab work and lifestyle factors, our doctors can send prescriptions to the pharmacy of your choice. They will also provide recommendations for supplement brands they trust.
If in-person care is needed, some patients can be seen in person if the provider has a physical office they practice out of. If the provider is out of range, our providers do our best to refer to a local physician they recommend.