If you are a practicing naturopath and would like to brush up on your skills or deepen your knowledge, you are invited to join Fertile Ground Health Group naturopath Rhiannon Hardingham in an exclusive masterclass for fertility naturopaths, as she shares her knowledge in a 4 session education series on IVF support for complex cases.
For more than 18 years, Fertile Ground Health Group practitioners have amassed vast IVF experience and developed deep collaborative relationships with IVF specialists in Melbourne. They have seen the most complex of cases and experienced the difference that a comprehensive and well researched approach can have on a patient’s fertility and pregnancy success.
Rhiannon Hardingham has been at the core of the senior naturopathic team at Fertile Ground Health Group for the past 9 years. Her success with patient outcomes is testament to her diligence and keen sense of curiosity to find the answers for her patients, even in the most complex and seemingly hopeless of cases, earning her the respect of many IVF specialists in Melbourne.
About the course
It is expected that participants will already have a working knowledge of standard preconception interventions and are naturopaths who are working with IVF patients and/or natural fertility and preconception care in clinic. Each session will include a thorough topic presentation, case dissection and discussion with the opportunity for you to bring your own cases for review.
Week 1 – Preconception health care beyond the basics.
Recommendations for testing and making sense of results. Specific supplementation guidelines and preconception work relevant for those undergoing IVF and other ART treatments.
Week 2 & 3: ART, IVF & ICSI
Thorough introduction & outline of medical reproductive processes. What we’re commonly seeing now with standards and variations on the IVF cycle. Naturopathic support for each stage- clinical and research based information. Collaborative management of the complex patient.
Week 4: ART, IVF and ICSI – When things go wrong.
Complications in IVF and how to support your patient. Non-responders, ovarian hyper stimulation, older couples, poor embryo quality and repeat IVF failure. What we can do to improve patient outcomes.
Thursday 9th & 23rd May and
Thursday 6th & 20th June 2019
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am AEST
Platform: Interactive live Zoom meetings online, with the ability to review sessions if you are unable to attend at the time.
Places are limited. Call reception 9419 9988 or add to cart now. .