PCOS: A Modern, Holistic Approach

Janet Lee, DACM, L.Ac.

Cost $5
Saturday, April 24th, 10:00–11:30 am
The Zoom waiting room will open at 9:50. 

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) accounts for approximately one-third of all cases of infertility. Most ovulatory disorders are due to this condition. But it’s not a fertility problem; it’s a metabolic problem that goes beyond your ovaries. PCOS increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes and there’s a genetic link as well. (And here’s a secret: It’s not all about the number on the scale.) In this webinar, Dr. Janet Lee will explain how acupuncture and herbal medicine can help regulate cycles in women with PCOS, improve ovulation and hormonal balance, reduce inflammation and control the risks of hyperstimulation during IVF. She’ll also address new research and different lifestyle shifts that can reduce the impact PCOS has on the body and fertility.  

Janet Lee, DACM, L.Ac., is a doctor of Chinese medicine who specializes in women’s health and fertility. She is a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, the only practitioner in Kansas City to have this credential, which involves specialized training, passing a board exam and continuing education in the field. Dr. Lee is co-author of The Supplement Handbook (Rodale Books)—an extensively researched resource guide for physicians and consumers—with Mark Moyad, MD, and has written hundreds of articles on health and nutrition for national magazines. Dr. Lee, who also teaches yoga, owns Vitality Holistic Medicine in the Waldo area of Kansas City and is president of the Acupuncture Association of Missouri.  

At Vitality Holistic Medicine, Dr. Lee works with patients at every stage of the reproductive cycle, helping them find balance and a better understanding of their body while setting the stage for fertility in a supportive environment. She uses acupuncture, herbal medicine, yoga, meditation, nutrition and other modalities to help treat a variety of conditions, including PCOS, dysmenorrhea, irregular cycles, excess bleeding, stress and anxiety, pain, “unexplained” infertility, recurrent miscarriage, male factor issues and more. She frequently works with patients who are in the middle of IUI/IVF to help improve blood flow and the response to fertility medications while also reducing stress and anxiety. Once patients conceive, Dr. Lee provides gentle support throughout pregnancy and helps prepare patients for labor and delivery. 

Get Ready for a Great Webinar!

We are using Zoom to create an amazing virtual experience. A link to the Zoom invite will be sent by email. During the webinar we’ll be utilizing the chat feature so you can ask questions and engage with other attendees. 

Plus, You’ll be entered to Win a $1,000 Grant!

That’s right! Just for attending our webinar we’ll give you an entry into our drawing for a $1,000 grant. You’ll recieve one entry for every webinar you attend. The grant can be used to offset the cost of infertility treatments or adoption fees. This grant will be awarded after the last webinar of the series in December. 


Additional Webinar Dates

Saturday, May 22

Saturday, July 17 

Saturday, August 14

Saturday, November 13

Saturday, December 11 

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We still have dates open for our 2021 Webinar Series. Contact svoss@kcinfertility.org if you are interested.