Acupuncture and physiotherapeutic TENS increase the success rate of IFV

During the last years the use of acupuncture in female infertility as complementary therapy to conventional treatmenthas increased in popularity. Infertility in Traditional Chinese Medicine is defined as stop of Qi and blood in the pelvis. In Western medicine, research shows that increased resistance to uterine blood flow may be important contributing factor to unexplained infertility (Steer,Tan, Mason, and Campbell, 1994).
In conventional medicine in vitro fertilization (IVF) is considered as the next choice of treatment for unexplained infertility when other therapies such as timed intercourse, ovarian superovulation, intrauterine insemination and gamete intrafallopian transfer had failed (Sutter, 2006). During the last decades, the rate of success in the treatment of unexplained infertility has increased largely because of advances in IVF (Reindollar et al, 2009). However, 83–89% of the embryos grown in vitro achieve unsuccessful implantation following IVF and embryo transfer (Steck et al, 2004).

Through a personalized, holistic approach, Emiliana can help you resolve pelvic dysfunction using various aspects of physiotherapy, yoga, acupuncture and more.