As a leading natural medicine fertility clinic in Melbourne, Fertile Ground Health Group boasts some of the most experienced practitioners in the treatment of fertility, pregnancy and family health. We are committed to providing you with expert care and compassionate support to help you achieve your goals.
Specialist services include acupuncture IVF support, naturopathic fertility treatment, pregnancy massage and osteopathy for babies.
If you are wondering how to get pregnant, are undergoing IVF in Melbourne, want to optimise your health in pregnancy, need to prepare for labour or find support for birth, the post natal period or your family health, Fertile Ground Health Group has the resources to meet your needs. Our practitioners are highly experienced, sensitive, empathetic and knowledgeable about the challenging journeys many of our patients have in trying to conceive and becoming a family.
Conditions our treatment is commonly recommended for: women’s health and fertility, IVF treatment, acupuncture IVF support, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, recurrent miscarriage, menopause, menstrual cycle irregularities, period pain, irregular uterine bleeding and thyroid problems.
We treat men’s health and fertility including low sperm count, poor morphology, poor motility and other men’s health issues including cholesterol, blood pressure, immunity and digestive complaints.
Our practitioners actively practice evidence based medicine and integrative medicine by pursuing communication with your other health care providers and specialists where appropriate. Our multidisciplinary clinic works in conjunction with and receives referrals from Melbourne IVF, Monash IVF, City Fertility, and Melbourne obstetricians and midwives from all private and public hospital settings. Our onward massage services are available to patients of FGHG attending Epworth Freemason’s Hospital, Frances Perry House, St Vincents Private Hospital and a number of other locations pending availability.
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