Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) January 11, 2010 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), a leading fertility research and treatment center in Atlanta, GA, release a 2010 schedule for free seminars for those who seek to make informed decisions on the diagnosis and treatment of fertility issues. These education seminars include discussions regarding general infertility, as well as male factor, in vitro fertilization (IVF), special concerns of older women, and fertility preservation. A question and answer session follows. The first seminar is Tuesday, January 12, 2010 â 7:00 PM at ACRMâs Atlanta Perimeter offices.
With its commitment to educating the public about infertility and options for family building, ACRM will offer seminars one Tuesday each month throughout 2010. The seminar is intended to educate people on the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. âInfertility and Your Optionsâ seminar is lead by ACRMâs distinguished Reproductive Endocrinologists. Information is also available regarding the cost of general approaches to infertility use.
Unique in its marketplace, ACRM employs a team approach in treating infertility such that its physicians meet weekly to discuss what they believe to be the best approach in each case. This gives patients the benefit of the physiciansâ combined years of experience and results in the development of efficient treatment approaches. ACRM recognizes the experiencing infertility often has an emotional impact. Also unique in its marketplace, ACRM offers psychological counseling services on-site for those patients who might benefit from such assistance.
Why physicians who posses over 100 combined years of professional expertise in fertility treatment, ACRM is a premier organization delivering one of the best success rates for fertility treatment in the US. ACRM is the only infertility in Georgia designated by United Healthcare as a âCenter of Excellenceâ and also carries Aetnaâs Aexcel designation. For more information about the seminars please visit www.acrm.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770.928.2276.