Charles believes that our body has ability to heal itself when proper environment is provided. However, if our body loses its self-regulate ability then we are suffering to recover from imbalance such as illness or stress. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture are the sufficient way to help your body to regaining its healing ability by changing your body's environment optimally.
Here at Morning Calm Acupuncture, we help you to bring your balance back mentally or physically for natural fertility and for successful IVF. We use evidence based protocol to reach your peak fertility potential to help you conceive naturally or if needed, with IVF.
For the best result, Morning Calm Acupuncture may recommend proper diet change, meditation and moderate exercise as well as supplement.
Most commonly treated conditions in the clinic are :
Male factor Infertility.
Improving Sperm & egg quality
Article: "New Study Shows That Acupuncture Significantly Increases Pregnancy Rates for Women with Repeated IVF Failure"
A recent study published in Reproductive Biomedicine is consistent with Acubalance results that acupuncture is dosage dependant when it comes to increased pregnancy rates and reduced miscarriages in In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) patients.
“What recent studies and our own clinical experience are showing us is that IVF acupuncture is dose dependent and a series of acupuncture sessions leading up to the IVF transfer is critical to increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy.” says Lorne Brown founder and clinical director of Acubalance.
According to study author Mike Armour, “Our comprehensive meta-analysis shows that while treatment on the day of embryo transfer (ET) only, may not show significant benefit, regular treatment delivered outside just the time of ET shows significant benefit, especially in those who normally respond poorly to IVF.”
Research: "A review of the evidence base acupuncture for IVF"
According to the recent research "A review of the evidence base acupuncture for IVF or ICSI" by Lianne Aquilina and Mark Bovey: British Acupuncture Council review, 2019, acupuncture has a significant treatment effect in improving the birth rates of subfertile women undergoing IVF or ICSI and it is also indicates that acupuncture may be a suitable treatment option to help reduce stress and anxiety levels for women suffering with subfertility.
In addition, it emphasized the effectiveness of acupuncture may be dose-dependent, i.e. a sufficient number of acupuncture treatments are required over an adequate period of time. The scientific methods applied so far have been largely inadequate and the evidence inconclusive. Nevertheless, currently, research supports the findings that acupuncture at varied time points for an IVF or ICSI cycle, with increased frequency during ovarian stimulation as well as around the time of transfer, can have a statistically positive treatment effect on clinical pregnancy and live birth rate.