Acupuncture, Infertility and IVF

Greetings and Salutations,

It has been yet another ‘full on’ week in the world of Traditional Acupuncture for me.

Still waiting on Adam Gries summary regarding Acupuncture treatment to assist in recovery from Spinal Cord Injury.

Please be patient, Adam is extremely busy but I am sure the summary is not so far away.

It will be worth the wait, the video of treatment has been uploaded and is ready to go.

I will be conducting the next in a series of Saturday afternoon workshops at ”The Gabba’¬† 2pm – 5pm next Saturday,¬† 23rd August to be followed on Saturday 30th August by a workshop on the Gold Coast at the Center for Natural Medicine in Miami.

Last weekend I attended Jane Lyttleton’s final weekend workshop on the treatment of Infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In this, the second in a 2 part series of workshops, Jane once again excelled, imparting vital information regarding the treatment of Infertility.

I am in awe of Jane’s lucid and authoritative presentation, lot’s of clinical case histories, relevant information from an orthodox medical perspective in conjunction with her extensive clinical experience filled in many of the gaps in my knowledge base regarding treatment of patients utilizing IVF or having difficulty falling pregnant naturally.

Jane has definitely set the bar way high in presenting information and providing inspiration on these extremely relevant topics.

I highly recommend her book, and suggest anyone considering working in this field obtain a copy, over 20 years experience using TCM in such an highly specialized field is quite simply, an invaluable adjunct to clinical practice.

Whilst in essence practicing what could be described as General Traditional Acupuncture, I do treat many patients who are receiving IVF or who are looking to fall pregnant naturally as well as many pregnant patients for the various maladies that confront the modern woman.

Jane Lyttleton and Debra Betts workshops have given me greater understanding and insight into the physiological and energetic nuances, leaving me feeling more confident and knowledgeable in clinic.

To both of these dedicated and committed practitioners of TCM, my thanks and gratitude, without doubt my patients are better off for my attendance at their workshops.

Kind regards,


About Alan

Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. As a staunch advocate of practically based workshops, Alan draws upon his 35 years clinical experience and 23 years post and undergraduate teaching. Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 70 Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, Europe, and USA.

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