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Fertility & Women's Health

Infertility and fertility related disorders can be immense challenges in a couple’s life.

The difficulties in bringing a new life to the world can cause immense frustrations and challenges. Chinese Medicine may play an important part in a couple’s journey to pregnancy and birth.


Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine can play supportive roles in preparing the woman's body for pregnancy by overall strengthening her health and balancing her hormonal system.


There are cases when a couple will decide to use acupuncture and herbal medicine as a first step before turning to conventional fertility treatments. Acupuncture and herbal medicine in these cases can prepare the woman's body to give her the best chance at conceiving naturally by providing support and balance.


In cases where a couple has embarked on the journey of conventional fertility treatments, Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can play a crucial role in giving the treatments the very best chance at success.

Studies show that acupuncture can improve success rates of IVF by up to 15%. This difference can be crucial to the success of the treatments.

Daniel Feld L.Ac specialized in some of the best Chinese Medical fertility clinics in the US. He holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from ACTCM, a California State License and National Certification. He now brings his expertise to Israel.


Every couple coming to Acupuncture Israel for fertility treatments will receive a thorough and professional Chinese medical experience.  A thorough medical history is taken from both the man and woman, and all relevant western medical tests are reviewed at the appointment.  

A treatment plan is built together including regular acupuncture treatment, herbal formulas modified specifically to fit the individual patient’s constitution and medical conditions, and changes in diet and lifestyle to increase fertility and health.  The journey is taken together and the paradigm is shifted from a feelings of being powerless to hope as they take an active role in their health.

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