Course features

  • 2 CEUs

    2 hours NCCAOM, ABORM and CAB Category 1 approved; NCCAOM provider number: 9192; CAB provider number: 1704

  • Prep for ABORM

    This is an excellent primer for the ABORM exam.

  • Stream on demand

    Course was previously recorded and may be streamed on demand.

Course description

Conception requires the union of sperm and egg forming a viable embryo that may implant into a receptive womb that will nourish and gestate in pregnancy until delivery. To be a fertility acupuncture specialist, understanding the physiology and making an accurate diagnosis is vital to success. In this course, build upon the foundation you learned in your master’s program. Learn how to assess fertility in people with ovaries and/or uterus using East Asian Medicine (EAM). Learn how to interview people who menstruate and are trying to conceive, review biomedical test results, and accurately diagnose the EAM pattern(s) contributing to the inability to conceive. Identify key signs/symptoms for diagnosis and EAM pathologies contributing to or causing infertility. At the end of this course, you will be able to implement a comprehensive fertility assessment interview and make an accurate diagnosis.

Course curriculum

    1. Overview and Learning objectives

    2. Housekeeping and Terms of Course

    3. Do you need CEUs for this course "Acupuncture for fertility: focus on people who menstruate?" Please complete this survey.

    1. REQUIRED Course worksheet -- Please complete this before you start the course. It is ok to write "I don't know" and move on if you don't know the answer.

    1. Part 1

    1. Part 2

    2. Part 3

    1. Part 4

    1. Required Course evaluation -- Acupuncture for fertility: focus on people who menstruate

About this course

  • $65.00
  • 15 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content


Lee Hullender Rubin

An expert in reproductive medicine, Dr. Lee Hullender Rubin, DA[o]M, MS, LAc, Dipl. [o]M, FABORM, is an award-winning acupuncturist, researcher, and academic. She merges her extensive experience working in hospital, IVF clinic, and private practice settings with her acupuncture and East Asian Medicine knowledge and clinical research results. NCCAOM Provider #9192; CAB Provider #1704; & ABORM Provider.

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