Marc Sklar, New President of ABORM

American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine

Marc Sklar, founder of the Reproductive Wellness Clinic in San Diego, recently announced he has become president of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, or ABORM. An international organization, ABORM pioneers best practices in oriental reproductive medicine and acupuncture and is dedicated to teaching, researching and practicing oriental medicine for reproductive health in order to deliver the utmost in patient care.

A Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Marc Sklar specializes in women’s and men’s health, particularly infertility, gynecological and other disorders that are gender-specific and impact a couple’s ability to conceive. Acupuncture, nutrition therapy, lifestyle recommendations, biomedicine and herbology are some of the components of Chinese and integrative medicine he uses in his multidisciplinary approach to optimum health and well-being.

Endometriosis, PCOS, poor sperm motility, advanced maternal age (AMA), recurrent pregnancy loss, poor ovarian reserve and low sperm count are a few of the conditions Marc Sklar treats in his efforts to restore reproductive health and fertility. Using natural treatment therapies tailored to the unique needs of each patient, he has helped countless couples who struggled with reproductive health issues and fertility problems realize their dreams of having a baby.

With his unique understanding of the human body and spirit culminating from his extensive travel around the world and study of ancient healing techniques and world religions, Marc Sklar is dedicated to improving patient outcomes and promoting fertility in a way that is natural and non-invasive. Working alone or in collaboration with a patient’s other health practitioners or physicians, it’s all about the end result – optimal health and well-being of the body, mind, and soul; improved fertility.

Congratulations to Dr. Marc Sklar on becoming president of ABORM

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