Find Out Why the NY Times Called Jill Blakeway a Fertility Goddess
03/27/2010

For many years, infertile US women have been helped by clinics providing conventional Western procedures, such as in vitro fertilization and tube reversal. But many women are reluctant to undergo such “artificial” procedures. That’s where the specialty of Jill Blakeway comes into play.

Online PR News – 27-March-2010 – – (New York, USA - 27th March,2010) When Western specialists first saw Chinese doctors inserting needles into their patients, they merely scoffed at its seemingly ridiculous nature. For some, it is just pure Eastern superstition. To others, it is like witchcraft.
For thousands of years, though, the Chinese have used acupuncture to relieve a variety of ailments. Since the late 20th century, many scientific studies have validated the efficacy of acupuncture in treating many medical conditions. The United Nation’s World Health Organization has concluded that acupuncture is an effective treatment for about 28 ailments. Certainly, acupuncture is not a laughing stock for Western medicine.
Among the many conditions that acupuncture has been touted to effectively address is infertility, especially among women. Infertility is indeed a pressing problem for American women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 7.4% of married women in the US suffer from infertility. And a large majority of these women, about 7.3 million, have sought the help of infertility services.
For many years, infertile US women have been helped by clinics providing conventional Western procedures, such as in vitro fertilization and tube reversal. But many women are reluctant to undergo such “artificial” procedures. That’s where the specialty of Jill Blakeway comes into play.
Jill is a licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist based in New York City. She specializes in treating many conditions affecting women, such as gynecological disorders and infertility. Treating infertility is Jill’s forte. In fact, she has been dubbed in the New York Times as a “fertility goddess.”
Indeed, Jill deserves to be called a “fertility goddess.” There have been countless depressed women who have visited Jill’s YinOva Center clinic in Union Square and came out extremely happy. Marisa Schwartz is one of them. The 39-year-old teacher based in Brooklyn sought Jill’s help because she was unable to conceive a child for five years using conventional methods. After undergoing Jill’s program, Marisa conceived not only one but two sons.
Jill’s innovative three-month fertility program not only focuses on acupuncture treatment but also advocates lifestyle changes. The program is designed by Jill to help women attain a harmonious and balanced life. That is because Jill realizes that many women today, especially those in urban areas like New York, live unbalanced go-go lifestyles that cause their body to become too stressed. For women, stress is such a bane for fertility since the human body is evolutionary programmed to suppress fertility if it feels stressed.
Aside from acupuncture, the program also employs the help of Chinese herbs to counter hormonal imbalance and promote proper menstruation. Jill’s program is so effective that about 75% of women who enrolled in her program have been cured of infertility. That is indeed a high success rate. No wonder Jill’s called the “fertility goddess”—she really is.
Visit Jill at her Yinova Center in Manhattan where her acupuncture fertility center is considered one of the top acupuncture New York Infertility clinics in the country.

Elie Goldschmidt
http://yinovacenter.com
80 E. 11th Street, #101
New York, NY 10003
Ph. (212)533-2255
email: info@yinovacenter.com
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