Woman's Optimal Pelvic Health with Mercier Therapy

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Aeon Publishing Incorporated, 2010 - Childbirth - 116 pages
here is very little out there on female pelvic and fertility problems that is both knowledgeable and user-friendly; this book successfully straddles both. Tom Myers Author of Anatomy Trains Elsevier 2001, 2009 It's clear, she has helped a lot of women, which is what this work is all about. Tori Hudson, N.D. Medical Director, A Woman's Time Clinical Professor, NCNM, Bastyr U, SCNM Author, Women's Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine I recommend this book to all practitioners seeking to provide more complete care for their perinatal clients. Jeanne Ohm, DC Perinatal Practitioner Executive Director of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Jennifer Mercier has been trained as a traditional midwife and has helped hundreds of women give birth gently by instilling patience in the labor process thus facilitating less trauma to the pelvic organs. With a long history of working within medicine as a fertility clinician she brings her perspective for women enduring medically assisted regimes such as IUI/IVF and also for those seeking a less invasive route. Medicine is at a loss to helping women who have surgical scar tissue accompanied by pain. Mercier Therapy can be a welcome addition with a woman's road to recovery. Mercier has trained professional students with various backgrounds including medical doctors, chiropractic physicians, physical therapists, massage therapists, naprapaths and midwives. Jennifer Mercier has been in practice over 10 years and is truly a grassroots pioneer in her eld of Integrative Women's Health."

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