Diane K. Cridennda
L.Ac NCCAOM FABORM
Medical Text book called “Infertility and Assisted Reproduction” by Botros Rizk. It is published by Cambridge University Press. Our Chapter is called “The Revolution of Assisted Reproductive Technologies: How Traditional Chinese Medicine Impacted Reproductive Outcomes in the Treatment of Infertile Couples,” page 576-603.
Fertility & Sterility Vol. 92, No.6. December 2009 Changes in serum cortisol and prolactin associated with acupuncture during controlled ovarian hyper stimulation in women undergoing in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer treatment.
She is currently conducting a study which examines the follicular fluid in the IVF plus acupuncture group compared to IVF group alone. Her goal is find the mechanism of action by which acupuncture is affecting outcomes in high tech fertility treatments.
In her spare time she is a competitive Triathlete and competes in road races, Half Ironman and qualified for Worlds in 2015 in the Half Ironman distance.
She says that she “works to keep from over training and trains to keep from overworking” thus balance.
East Winds is the number one acupuncture clinic to which fertility clinics refer their patients. We have earned their respect and confidence, and they trust that we will provide the best care. We practice research-based treatments combined with ancient Chinese Medicine to get not only excellent results, but to develop a relationship with our couples to help support them through trying and stressful times.