CHICAGO, IL (August 12, 2019) —Known to many as the “world’s first test tube baby,” the UK’s Louise Brown is still making headlines some forty-one years later. But this time, it’s for her new role as a brand ambassador Vios Fertility Institute, one of the fastest growing fertility clinics in the U.S. (more…)
This wonderful, challenging, rewarding and at times heart breaking field of reproductive medicine is ever changing and expanding with new technologies, treatments, and techniques. All with the goal of welcoming new life into this world. To continue to innovate and push our field forward, it is important to look back at where we started and how far we have come.
Vios Fertility Institute – St. Louis Welcomes Two New Physicians to its Team of Fertility Experts
St. Louis, MO (August 1, 2019) — Doctors Amber Cooper, MD, MSCI, FACOG (medical and IVF practice director), and Julie Rhee, MD, FACOG of Vios Fertility Institute St. Louis are pleased to announce the addition of Violet Klenov, MD, FACOG, and MacKenzie Purdy, MD, FACOG to the team. Both women are fellowship-trained, board eligible reproductive endocrinologists and infertility specialists. (more…)
地址：730 N. Rush St., Chicago, IL, 60611
By: Dr. Kara Ehlers
Did you know that up to 13% of infertility might be caused by smoking? As a Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist, I want my patients to be as healthy as possible prior to attempting pregnancy. While most people are well aware smoking can lead to cancer, lung disease, and heart disease, they are not aware of the significant impact smoking has on fertility.
Below are common questions about smoking and fertility health.
As Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialists, we often see patients who are looking for alternative ways to increase their chance of pregnancy. Acupuncture has been shown in some studies to increase chance of pregnancy during fertility treatment. Struggling to conceive and going through fertility treatments can be stressful, and acupuncture can help to reduce some of that stress. Here are 5 things you should know about acupuncture.
- Who acupuncturists work with – Acupuncture can be helpful to support both female and male fertility by increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs, balancing hormones, reducing inflammation, and improving sleep and stress. Patients with unexplained infertility, high stress, or those seeking to improve their outcomes with ART (such as IVF) can also benefit from adding acupuncture to their care plan.
Before the Bump: Your Journey to a Healthy Pregnancy
January 26, 2019 | 8am-12:15pm
Hosted by Vios Fertility Institute, Moreland OB-GYN, & Women’s Healthcare
The Ingleside Hotel
2810 Golf Road, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Buy Tickets Here!
Join us Saturday, January 26th for Before the Bump: Your Journey to a Healthy Pregnancy moderated by The Morning Blend’s Tiffani Ogle! Whether you’re actively trying to conceive or just want to learn more about your fertility health and wellness, this event is for you! You’ll have the opportunity to learn from local OBGYNs, fertility specialists, acupuncturists, nutritionists, and more! Not to mention, you’ll have access to some of the best vendors in the area at our “Bump Boutique!” Bring along your partner, mom, and friends, and let’s get bumpin’!
Interview with: Bianca L. Rodriguez, Ed.M, LMFT, Authority Magazine, October 1, 2018
Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?
One of the things that brought me to this career was when I was a medical student walking the halls of Michigan State University clinical campus in Saginaw Michigan. As I was in the hospital, I walked by a door with the words IVF lab. I thought to myself what a spectacular thing going on in that room! They are helping people create their families and could there be anything more magnificent? At that moment I decided I would apply for my obstetrics and gynecological Residency. Specifically at a place that would give me a good chance of getting the competitive spot in reproductive endocrinology training called a fellowship that would follow. Being involved in this area and space of science and medicine has been an amazing life opportunity.
Read the full interview with Dr. Beltsos.