Traditional Chinese Medicine is a natural, gentle healthcare approach that can help with every stage of pregnancy health and life development. In aiding with preparation and planning for a family, maintaining a healthy pregnancy and childbirth, preventing children from becoming ill, treating illness quickly and effectively as it manifests before serious illness can develop, and providing families with the opportunity to live long, healthy, happy lives! Visit our pregnancy health website to help answer you questions about acupuncture in fertility and pregnancy.
I am indebted to you for helping me with the implantation and acupuncture treatments.
Hi Cecil, We have some happy news – we are expecting! I wanted to say thank you for everything you and your team have done to get us to this point. My sister and my mother both asked me what I thought made the difference. I do believe the time I spent with you and your team played a significant part in helping things happen. It was not only the treatments, but also the fact that through seeing you, I developed a more calm and stress free approach to life and to the baby making process. The peace, support, and hope you provided was not something that I could have received anywhere else, and I know it made all the difference. Thanks again for everything, and I will be sure to recommend you to anyone I know!
Hi Cecil! I’ve been meaning to email you since the birth of my daughter! I knew you would be curious as to how things went after my last appointment.Thank you so much for all you did and for squeezing me at the last minute! I really appreciate it and I will be back to see you for sure.
Hey Cecil, I just wanted to touch base with you and share the exciting news that I’m 17.5 weeks pregnant with twins! (Wowza, that acupuncture stuff really helps!) I wanted to send a huge thank you to you and Christina. My second IUI was so different from my first (and obviously a LOT more successful) and I truly believe the acupuncture treatments you gave me leading up to the procedure, the day of, and afterwards, were a big part of the difference.