A natural, restorative, scientifically-based approach to managing your health and fertility.
Across the country, there has long been a desire and vision to provide women with a natural means for achieving or avoiding pregnancy. The National Gianna Center for Women’s Health and Fertility™ delivers the ideal solution. Established to offer pro-life, authentically Catholic health care centers for women and families that specialize in the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System and NaProTECHNOLOGY™, Gianna centers exist in Manhattan, Syracuse, Albany, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Louisiana and now, through collaboration between the diocese and Catholic Health Services, on Long Island.
The Gianna Center is based at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip and coordinated by Medical Director Paul Carpentier, MD, CFCMC. Certified Fertility Care Practitioner Jamey Hutchinson, BSN, CFCP, joins Dr. Carpentier in meeting women’s health needs. Together, they provide women with natural, restorative approaches to their health challenges and their fertility or as Dr. Carpentier describes it, Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM). “RRM helps women and couples treat reproductive disorders in a way that reveres their fertility and the sacrament of marriage,” explains Dr. Carpentier. “It is also used to treat various gynecologic problems; identifying and resolving the underlying issues.” RRM is improving the quality of care for women and couples; treating reproductive disorders and various gynecologic problems using the best in current medical care.
The Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction and the International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine has developed a truly comprehensive, dignified and successful approach to treating these sophisticated hormonal and procreative issues. By applying diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in a way that benefits the natural functions of the body, the gynecologic problems are resolved rather than suppressed.
The resulting treatments are morally acceptable and attractive, but equally important, have excellent results. “These methods are not a step backward, but rather a step forward,” says Dr. Carpentier. More effective, involving less invasive treatment, less expense and less time to symptom resolution for a variety of conditions, RRM, according to Dr. Carpentier, when compared to the standard gynecology approach, shows favorable
results in all of these instances:
- Prematurity rate
- Live newborn rates
In infertility due to:
- Polycystic ovarian disease
- Tubal occlusion
- Previous or recurrent miscarriage
- Rate of multiple births: twins, triplets
- Postpartum depression
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)
- Postmenopausal sympton management
- Hysterectomy rate for chronic pelvic pain
- Avoiding pregnancy
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Ovarian cysts
- Irregular cycles
- Chronic fatigue
- Adolescent well-being
- Future healthy relationships