When Things Don’t Go To Plan Or Happen As Quickly As We Expect Them To, It Can Also Be Frustrating, Extremely Stressful And Even Heartbreaking. Emotions Fray And Strain, And It Feels Like There Are Happy, Pregnant Couples Everywhere You Look.
However, a 2006 Australian National Fertility Survey (Clark & MacKenzie, 2007) showed that, in reality, across all age groups, one in six couples had still not conceived after trying for a year.
Just as infertility deeply affects us now, in a traditional Chinese, Confucian society, the inability to conceive was magnificently disastrous with the potential to lead to an impoverished or even end to immortality. As a result, Chinese medicine was led to place particular emphasis on the fertility health of both women and men.
Conditions associated with female infertility, known as Bu Yun Zheng (“no pregnancy condition”), first appeared in Chinese medical literature some 2000 years ago. To say that there is a well established framework within traditional Chinese medicine around fertility and reproductive wellness is an understatement!
You’re not in the wrong place! The health of the reproductive system has far wider implications than just the ability to conceive. The same organs and body systems that make babies are also at the root of reproductive health complaints like menstrual pain, irregularity or PMS. If you’re currently not wanting to conceive but still have concerns about the health of your reproductive system, you will find relevant information in the section on Female and Male Reproductive Health. Or of course, you are most welcome to call or email anytime with specific questions you might have.
Experienced Brisbane acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, Jodi Baldry, has a deep interest in using Traditional Chinese Medicine to work with all aspects of male and female reproductive health and fertility. Jodi is a kind, warm, empathetic practitioner who dedicates much of her time and continued education to learning ever more about these fields and specific style of practice.
Over the years of practice we’ve learnt that generally, there are five treatment groups that we predominantly see within this field. Jodi has developed treatment programs for each of these which are detailed below
Contact us to book an appointment, or if you’re not sure which treatment would be best for you, we’re happy to listen to your needs and recommend a good starting point and path forward.
To help stop the spread of COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus), we strongly encourage people to physically distance and stay at home as much as possible.
Accordingly, we have significantly reduced our operating hours and treatment offerings.
We also understand that existing health concerns continue and may even increase during times of crisis. We are still here offering care as we can.
Jodi is an AHPRA registered allied health provider and as such, is considered an essential service by the government. The following are currently available:
Please know you are far from alone. Do reach out for the care and support that you need. Contact us here and we’ll return your enquiry as soon as possible.
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