Complete Reproductive Wellness for Patients
At Atlantic Reproductive, we believe in taking a comprehensive approach to fertility that utilizes a variety of methods and techniques to positively impact every aspect of a person’s wellbeing. This includes treatments such as in vitro fertilization and preservation through banking — but we don’t stop there.
Reproduction is a complex and multifaceted process that requires an all-encompassing treatment methodology. The treatment should address all of a patient’s needs, including causes of stress and infertility. To that end, we provide our patients fertility wellness services, such as therapy and acupuncture, in order to relax, fulfill and excite the mind, the body and the senses of those who are trying to get pregnant.
Fertility Wellness Services in Raleigh, NC
Our reproductive wellness services include:
- Psychology – Dealing with infertility can be challenging — the negative thoughts and feelings, the stress, sharing the news with your family and friends and more. There’s a lot on your plate — get the mental health relief you need with one of our therapists.
- Acupuncture – Studies are beginning to show that acupuncture can have a positive impact on a woman’s fertility — the combination of certain points can help release hormones and increase blood flow. Atlantic Reproductive can direct you to a licensed acupuncturist.
- Massage – Melt the stress away, lower pain and help fight off depression with regular fertility massages in Raleigh-Durham, NC. Our prefered massage therapists are fully licensed and can provide traditional and abdominal massage methods as a part of a holistic approach.
We recommend our patients utilize these resources. Contact Atlantic Reproductive for more information on which treatments are right for you or to schedule an initial consultation or preconception counseling session.
Atlantic Reproductive accepts new patients from Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville and from all over the state of North Carolina and beyond, as well as satellite monitoring in Wilmington and Morehead City.