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THE SHARED JOURNEY FERTILITY PROGRAM

Roughly 1 in 6 couples in Canada experience infertility,

a number that has doubled since the 1980s.

Public Health Agency of Canada, 2013

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At Kenko, we assist with

Natural Fertility Preparation & improve the success

of IVF, IUI and other technologies.

You and your partner may have been trying to conceive naturally, or already gone through Assisted Reproduction Technologies (ART) such as IVF or IUI without success.

Whatever your path,
it is important not to lose hope, and know you are not alone.

Your fertility journey doesn’t have to end with an unsuccessful medically assisted cycle. While treatments like IVF and IUI do have some success, they can take a major toll on a woman's body.

 

The Shared Journey Fertility program is designed to prepare your body for conception, whether a medically assisted cycle or natural conception, supporting your body as you move through each phase of your fertility journey.

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The Shared Journey Fertility Program provides a gentle, non invasive, and holistic approach to infertility.

Nutrition, stress, environment, and physical activity all play a role in the probability of conception.

 

This program prepares your body for pregnancy by offering a holistic approach to women's health.

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Organ function is dependent on blood flow. Fresh blood coming into an organ carries oxygen and the nutrients required for proper function and optimal health. The circulatory system then carries out the waste and toxins. The constant movement and filtering of blood is crucial as organs and other body structures would eventually suffer, and functionality would be inhibited.

If any of the vital organs of reproduction aren't getting sufficient blood flow, they won't function optimally. In the same way that we massage muscles to restore circulation and break down adhesions, we can mobilize the reproductive organs to restore blood flow, and encourage optimal functioning to promote a healthy conception and successful pregnancy.

Did you know?

Many women who complete the Shared Journey Fertility Program have undergone pelvic surgery or procedures that have resulted in creating adhesive-like scar tissue; Mobilizing the female reproductive organs assists the body's natural ability to release restrictions and adhesions that cause pain and dysfunction by bringing blood flow to the area and promoting optimal function.

It is a sequence of techniques designed to encourage optimal placement of the reproductive organs, enhance circulation, and bring overall balance to the reproductive system.

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Infertility may occur due to a multitude of factors, some of which may be unknown to you.

These can include:

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Endometriosis

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Diminished ovarian reserve

Blocked fallopian tubes

Sexual abuse trauma

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High FSH levels

Premature Ovarian Failure

Luteal Phase Defects

Autoimmune infertility

Recurrent miscarriages

Pelvic Osteopathy can also assist with:

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Regulating menstrual cycle and ovulation

Increase uterine blood flow and lining

Improve ovarian and hormone function for better quality follicles/eggs

Painful intercourse

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When you are ready, I invite you with an open heart to experience the Shared Journey Fertility Program.

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During our 60-90 minute consultation, we will

review your medical-gynecological-obstetrics history, evaluate your pelvic movement and organ position, and discuss your individualized treatment.

From there,

you’ll receive 6 hours of Pelvic Osteopathy broken down into 1 hour intervals per week for 6 weeks

Within our sessions we will discuss stress management, nutrition and physical activity. 

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The Shared Journey Fertility Program is a place of sanctuary and wellness for women and their families as they continue grow.

As an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, 

 My goal is to offer support, compassion, and guidance while providing a wholesome and holistic treatment to infertility.