This is the third in a series of five modules presented by Lee Hullender Rubin L.Ac, FABORM. To see them all, click here.
In this module, students will learn through case based learning how to adjust Whole Systems Traditional Chinese Medicine (WSTCM) treatment plans for Controlled Endometrial Development (CED) cycles such as Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) or Fresh, Donor IVF ET cycles. Dr. Lee Hullender Rubin’s clinical research and experience is the foundation for this course. Upon completion, students will be able to identify common WSTCM patterns, develop treatment plans employing treatment principles and methods, adjust for risks, and improve outcomes.
Goals and Objectives
Briefly review CED and natural cycle methods
Identify key differences between CED and COH cycles, and understand how TCM theory can explain differences
Identify commonly seen WSTCM patterns
Apply effective WSTCM strategies to improve patient outcomes with case examples
Learn strategies to prevent adverse outcomes like failed endometrial development, miscarriage, side effects from medications