What is PARadigm?
Paradigm: Beyond Infertility is a place that provides holistic therapies for complementing infertility treatments including nutrition, acupuncture, yoga and much more.
Paradigm provides integrative healthcare for a community of reproductive-aged women and couples. When faced with infertility, many women identify with disappointment and uncertainty which often becomes a life-changing event. Paradigm provides an avenue of love and support, encouragement, and guidance mostly through lifestyle modifications. We implement holistic healthcare, focusing on the integration of mind and body activities by blending the best of evidence-based western and eastern medicine.
What we do
Our mission at Paradigm is to provide patients with a unique and positive experience for women and couples, merging a variety of holistic self-care practices with reproduction.
Many women have concerns about their future fertility. With infertility affecting one of eight couples, it is often common for a woman to experience a complicated physical and/or emotional journey to motherhood.
A woman’s nutrition habits play a large role in her ability to get pregnant. Our Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist, Laura Hartlein is available to give you direction. We believe this is the first step on your journey.
From Our Clients
“To say that these holistic practices helped is an understatement. We were blown away by the difference these treatments made in our journey to become pregnant. I fully believe it was this holistic approach that aided our fertility treatments.”
“Sex and the City introduced me to the idea of acupuncture for treating infertility, but I’d never personally known anyone who’d tried it. And since I was terrified of needles– I’d never imagined I would. At a fellow patient’s suggestion, I decided to visit Jerusha Stephens for acupuncture. I’ll never know if acupuncture and diet really made a difference in my IVF cycle, but I know it made me feel as empowered as possible in a situation that was in many ways out of my control.”
“I was skeptical and unmotivated to start working out and eating better. I knew it would be hard and was way easier (and fun, at the time) to wallow in my self-pity and eat my feelings. Taking that leap forward helped so much and it also had benefits with the actual pregnancy and childbirth.”
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