Acupuncture for Fertility

Golden Door Wellness is here to help you with deal with fertility, whether you are trying to conceive naturally or if you are planning on using Assisted Reproductive Therapy. We know that either way this can be a frustrating and sometimes stressful process and we are here to help with both the hormonal balancing and stress relief. We believe there is no such thing as "unexplained infertility". We look to see what is out of balance and help to bring back harmony through acupuncture, herbs, diet and lifestyle advice to enhance fertility.
Golden Door Wellness believes that healthy bodies and minds are more likely to have an easier time conceiving and to have healthy babies. We look to see how we can create the ideal place for a pregnancy to happen and a baby to grow.

What are the benefits of acupuncture for fertility?

  • Regulates menstruation and ovulation

  • Stimulates ovulation

  • Corrects hormonal imbalances

  • Increases blood flow to the uterus to help improve uterine lining, thus benefiting implantation

  • Lowers stress hormones, which are believed to impede fertility

  • Helps women who've experienced multiple miscarriages to maintain a healthy pregnancy


We know that going through this process can be one of the most stressful times of your life. Clinical research has shown that there is a 50% increase in success rates when IVF / IUI is used in conjunction with acupuncture. Golden Door Wellness is here as an integral part of this process to help with hormonal balancing, stress relief, nutritional counseling and lifestyle advise.  With extensive knowledge of how Western medicine treats infertility, we will work along with your Doctor and the ART process to help supplement you both body and spirit.

Male Infertility

At Golden Door Wellness we treat the root of male reproductive and urological health to help optimize fertility.
Numerous studies have shown that acupuncture can help to increase sperm count and motility and to treat morphology disorders.
These disorders may be caused by:

  • Hormonal Imbalances

  • Age related changes

  • Genetics

  • Neurological dysfunction

  • Stress