ABORM

ABORM

The ABORM has been formed by leading professionals in Oriental Reproductive Medicine who have come together voluntarily with a resolve to meet the patient and physician demand for a demonstration of knowledge of care in this field. We have recognized the need for a certification to maintain that practitioners who are treating patients with Oriental Medicine in the field of Reproductive Health are doing so with an advanced knowledge and experience, and to allow practitioners to demonstrate their knowledge through the process of voluntary examination.

The ABORM is a non-profit 501(C)6 corporation devoted to teaching, research, and the practice of Oriental Medicine as it relates to the treatment of reproductive disorders. The ABORM respects the training and lineage of all practitioners who work with reproductive disorders. Our medicine is holistic in nature, and that holism must be retained as we choose to gain advanced knowledge in the treatment of fertility with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In the interest of the health of all our patients, and the advancement of the AOM profession, ABORM asserts the right of any practitioner to gain advanced knowledge in any area he or she chooses to study.

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Integrative Fertility Symposium

Healthy Seminars 6th Integrative Fertility Symposium will be held exclusively online. The IFSymposium is geared towards Chinese medicine and naturopathic physicians who have an interest in treating reproductive health issues using an integrative approach. IFS 2021 date TBA

IFsymposium (3 days ago)
Join us later today on @HealthySeminars for this Integrative Fertility Symposium TBT when @DrLorneBrown replays thi… https://t.co/GYGY1ooi0W
IFsymposium (4 days ago)
RT @DrFeliceGersh: The #IntegrativeFertilitySymposium 2021 registration is open, and I am so excited to be a speaker for this excellent co…
IFsymposium (4 days ago)
RT @SandroGraca: Register for the 2021 @IFsymposium Earn up to 36 CEUs during all of May and June 2021 Check out the website for more deta…
IFsymposium (2 weeks ago)
Marlene discusses specific nutrigenomic recommendations, the issue of using methylfolate, gives specific guidelines… https://t.co/Pa62krdNln
IFsymposium (2 weeks ago)
Eating for Fertility: Dietary Impact on Fertility and Epigenetice - by Marlene Merritt, DOM, LAc, MS Nutrition 👉 Jo… https://t.co/YH3kJ408zl

Symposium Location

Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada

778-861-3826