Magnolia Integrative Fertility Opens the Very First 100% Virtual Holistic Fertility Clinic in Washington, D.C.

Apr 06, 2021

Telemedicine Visit With a Patient

District of Columbia, United States Apr 6, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Magnolia Integrative Fertility, PLLC, based out of Washington, D.C. officially opened its doors of virtual consultation in January 2021 offering patients the best prospects of telemedicine. Dr. Jessica Christie is the owner and the clinical director of the clinic who is a Naturopathic Physician and a Licensed Nutritionist.

Dr. Jessica Christie, ND, LN, CNS offers naturopathic medicine and nutrition for the natural treatment of infertility and related conditions at a time when healthcare options are needed more than ever. She applies a holistic approach to determining the root cause of all concerns and creates an individualized plan using traditional therapies. Dr. Christie says that the clinic provides "personalized care, rather than one-size-fits-all medicine." 

While Magnolia Integrative Fertility does not offer medical interventions for fertility such as prescription drugs, IUI (Intrauterine Insemination), or IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), Dr. Christie fully supports patients who are also working with other fertility clinics. According to her, "Medical care of the future will combine conventional and alternative treatments. It should not be US vs. THEM. Practitioners from all backgrounds should come together to support our collective patients."

Magnolia Integrative Fertility is Washington, DC's first virtual holistic fertility clinic catering to women, men, and couples through their extensive line of telemedicine consultation and care. Magnolia Integrative Fertility treats a variety of concerns and conditions related to reproduction, fertility, and general wellness including hormonal imbalances, PCOS, endometriosis, weight management, men's fertility, and sperm health, thyroid conditions, unexplained infertility, pregnancy nutrition, and support, postpartum support, stress management, and more. Dr. Christie uses a variety of healing methods to create health in one's body, such as personalized nutrition, botanicals, homeopathy, mind-body medicine, standard and specialty laboratory testing, and professional-grade therapeutic supplements. Dr. Christie adds, "I am excited and honored to be helping the people of Washington, DC recover from infertility and finally create the family of their dreams."

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Dr. Jessica Christie is the creator of Truly Holistic Fertility, a proprietary way of digging deep with specialized testing, super nutrition, detoxification, and healing through mind-body techniques to supercharge fertility to the next level. She earned her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the accredited National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, IL, later completing her training as a Certified Nutrition Specialist®. She has worked with patients in clinics around the country from Chicago, IL to Billings, MT to Fairfax, VA, and now Washington, DC. As a Naturopathic Physician and Licensed Nutritionist with a Master's Degree in Developmental Psychology and certifications as a Fertility Strategist and in Thought Field Therapy®, she has developed a unique set of skills, which led her to the creation of her Truly Holistic Fertility programs that uncover and heal at the root cause to significantly improve chances of natural conception.

Magnolia Integrative Fertility's virtual clinic brings natural and holistic fertility care to Washington, D.C. Conveniently accessible virtually from any device and the comfort of your home, you get the best guidance and consultation with their experienced team. Book your virtual appointment today at https://www.magnoliaintegrativefertility.com/.

 
 
 
 

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