The Nest is so very pleased to announce that we will now be working with Institute for Human Reproduction patients offering on-site pre/post embryo transfer acupuncture treatment at 900 N. Michigan Ave.
We will work with Dr. David Cohen and Dr. Ilan Tur-Kaspa in effort to increase positive treatment outcomes. This is a major step forward in promoting the benefits of integrative reproductive medicine and we are honored to be part of the process.
Benefits of Pre and Post acupuncture treatment:
- Relaxation/stress reduction
- Fosters blood flow to the uterus
- Assists in relaxing the uterus before/after embryo transfer
The design of this treatment approach is to improve patient response and experience by promoting a calm, stress-free environment in effort to optimize the body’s ability to foster pregnancy.
Alternative Medicine For Kids
Local Families are finding powerful healing options beyond the pharmacy
TimeOut Chicago Kids, September 2012 — After he scored far below the growth curve—again—for his age group at his 24-month checkup, Evan Glass’s doctor prescribed a feeding tube. “We were already putting powders in everything, and giving him so much dairy to increase his calories…I’d had enough,” says his mom, Jeremy Glass, of Arlington Heights. On a recommendation, she took Evan to acupuncture sessions twice a month at The Nest in Lincoln Square..
Finding Balance: an Introduction to Acupuncture
Mindful Metropolis, June 2010—Acceptance of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine is on the rise in Chicago, led by dedicated practitioners like Jennifer Paschen of The Nest.
Push It! 2009 Maternity Guide
Daily Candy, March 2009—Ask again later. Better not tell you. Cannot predict now. Stop asking the Magic 8-Ball when you’re going to pop and get prepared.
Au Natural: Nine Ways to Manage Labor without Drugs
Parents Magazine—From having a baby in water to acupuncture, here are nine methods, philosophies, and professions to help you give birth on your own terms.
To watch most baby-bearing American movies and television you’d think that giving birth means being in a hospital, strapped to a monitor, drugged and flat on your back. But that’s not the only way. With the national rate for Cesarean surgery at 31.8 percent, more and more women are turning to natural birth in hopes of avoiding the regimentation and unnecessary medical interventions that can accompany a hospital birth. Whether it’s HypnoBirthing, acupuncture, the Bradley Method, or a water birth, there are many alternatives to the flat-on-your-back hospital scene.