Increasing Live Births: Clinical Strategies to Reduce Miscarriages

Date & Time: 
Saturday, 2 May 2015 11:15 to 12:30
Speaker: 
Kirsten Hurder-Karchmer L.Ac, FABORM
Lecture Type: 
Breakout Session
Lecture Day: 
Day 2
Room: 
Segal Conference Room
Credits: 
1.25

Helping our patients get pregnant is important, but helping them to deliver healthy, full term babies is our ultimate goal. Fertile women miscarry 20-25% of the time and infertile women miscarry as much as 40% of the time.

In the last 15 years I have treated over 7,000 fertility patients using a very specialized intervention that combines in depth BBT analysis, constitutional TCM diagnosis and a modular tincture strategy that has reduced our miscarriage rate to 5%. This course will include a data-driven review of our strategy, including explanations of our unique BBT analysis and diagnostic strategy. It will also explain the intervention strategy, including how we implement modular tinctures as our herbal delivery system.

Kirsten Hurder-Karchmer L.Ac, FABORM

Kirsten Karchmer is a Board Certified reproductive acupuncturist and former President of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. She pioneered proprietary infertility assessment and treatment protocols that optimize fertility while improving patients overall health. She is also the CEO/founder of Conceivable, a technology enabled fertility solution at 1/100 the cost of IVF, Conceivable ProLine, a modular tincture line for women's health, and Viv Wellness, a woman’s health revolution committed to eradicating PMS and cramping.
 

In 2013, Kirsten translated her successful clinical programs into her technology enabled platform that uses machine learning/ AI to provide affordable and impactful reproductive solution. Conceivable was named one of the most innovative health tech start ups from MedTech in 2015, and has been featured in The New York Magazine, Tech Crunch, Huffington Post, MHealth and the Journal of Chinese Medicine. Additionally, she has also pioneered novel applications of basal body temperature charting as a diagnostic tool in women's health.

Karchmer lectures internationally on women’s health, the future of integrative medicine, and using technology to better serve patients, providers, and healthcare systems. Kirsten has been recognized as one of the top female start-up founders to watch, the recipient of the Texas Trailblazer award for her innovation in health care and, is also Huffington Post contributor.

Ms. Hurder-Karchmer offers the following free one-hour fertility course through Medigogy.com

Integrative Fertility Symposium

Healthy Seminars 6th Integrative Fertility Symposium will be held again in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The IFSymposium is geared toward Chinese medicine and naturopathic physicians who have an interest in treating reproductive health issues using an integrative approach.  IFS 2020 date, April 16 to April 19, 2020

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Symposium Location

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

778-861-3826