Compassionate care for women of all ages.
We are raising the bar in women’s healthcare.
We see amazing things happen when women understand their bodies and fertility. They become better advocates in their own health. Menstrual and fertility cycles come and often go unnoticed, but increasingly, the menstrual cycle is being recognized as a “fifth vital sign” which provides important clues about a woman’s underlying health or disease.
We teach and promote the Creighton Model, a standardized method of observing the natural changes that occur throughout the cycle. Originally developed as a reliable method for achieving and avoiding pregnancy, it has become a useful tool for reproductive health evaluation with NaProTechnology (Natural Procreative Technology).
We love this method for many reasons, but here are just a few:
- Completely natural – no artificial chemicals or devices.
- Cooperates with a woman’s natural cycle
- Proven effective to achieve or avoid pregnancy
- Works with all cycle types: regular, irregular, long cycles, breastfeeding, peri-menopause and infertility
- Easy to learn
- Personal & individualized instruction
- Improves marital communication
- Aids in timing of diagnostic tests & treatment
Women who suffer with PMS, ovarian cysts, painful periods, long and irregular cycles and irregular bleeding, are commonly told their only treatment options are hormonal contraception – pills that often mask problems, rather than cure them.
Dignitas Health offers a better way, without treating the cycle itself as the problem. NaProTechnology works cooperatively with a woman’s reproductive system to identify underlying problems, correct abnormalities, and restore health and fertility. NaProTechnology is a safer, more effective alternative to artificial reproductive technologies when used for infertility treatment, and allows couples to conceive through a natural act of intercourse.
Through NaProTechnology women are finally able to resolve such health issues as:
- Ovarian Cysts
- Premenstrual Syndrome
- Irregular Cycles
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Hormonal Abnormalities
- Menstrual Cramps
- Postpartum Depression