Garden Acupuncture Video Just Released: 6 Ways Acupuncture Improves Chances of Conceiving

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Garden Acupuncture in Park Slope, Brooklyn is using acupuncture and Chinese Herbs to help their patients start families. According to Tel Aviv University, acupuncture increases chances of having a healthy birth by 26%.

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TCM increases the probability of having a healthy birth by 26% when patients use IUI.

Garden Acupuncture, the leading fertility clinic in Brooklyn, has just released it's latest proprietary video which was featured this week on ConceiveOnline. It explains how acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy increase chances of conceiving when using Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). IUI and IVF are some of the most common forms of ART.

According to a recent article from Tel Aviv University, TCM increases the probability of not only conceiving but of staying pregnant and having a healthy birth by 26% when patients use IUI.

How TCM assists with ART:
1. Increases Ovarian Response
2. Increases Estrogen Levels
3. Enhances Follicle Quality
4. Improves Sperm Health
5. Increases Implantation Rates
6. Decreases Side Effects of Drugs

The video features Garden Acupuncture's fertility specialist, Alexander Goldberg, LAc, Dipl OM. He has studied directly under Dr. Randine Lews, PhD author of "The Infertility Cure," and "The Way of the Fertile Soul." Dr. Lewis is a well-recognized authority in the field of fertility medicine and Alex is the only practitioner in Brooklyn, NY who has has the esteemed privilege to study with her.

Check out the new proprietary video below.

Garden Acupuncture is located in Park Slope Brooklyn, next to the Food Co-Op
790A Union St (between 6/7th Ave)
GardenAcu.com
646.234.3643
Specializing in fertility medicine and pain resolution using acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy and nutritional counseling.
Garden Acupuncture is proud to be a participating provider with SUNY Perks Card.

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