Cultivating Conception from Within with Dr. Brit Reed



Dr. Brit Reed

At the (In) fertility Center, in Mansfield, Dr. Brit Reed helps women conceive using natural, effective, non-invasive protocols. For the past seven years, her focus has been on working with pediatric and prenatal clients because more women are seeking care and education for fertility challenges and pre-conceptive wellness. Reed’s therapies and lifestyle education have proven successful for women to conceive when their bodies are healthy and capable. To this end, she designed and opened the (In) fertility Center in September 2016.

Reed provides a free, 15-minute consultation to discuss whether the patient is a good candidate for treatment. Her program consists of 17 unique, advanced alternative therapies. Six, 90-minute treatments are tailored to each woman’s needs, including travel time. The experience may last only a few intensive days if she is coming from a great distance, or be spread out over a few weeks if the client lives in the area.

Since 2002, Reed has devoted her career to understanding the natural healing abilities of the body and offering proper education, support and direction for clients. After receiving a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2009, she went on to become a diplomate in prenatal care.

Since 2010, Reed has been involved in the cultivation of multiple baby bumps. Her clients have seen their fertility issues resolved––100 percent have conceived, and many have had successful pregnancies––98 percent brought home at least one baby.

It is important to Reed that a client have proper support once her work is completed, so she works with healthcare professionals that are providing other services to her clients and views everyone as a fertility team. What she offers is separate, distinct, effective and brief. With her (in) fertility program, Reed addresses factors that challenge fertility, such as endometriosis, polysystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), blocked fallopian tubes, unknown fertility challenges and secondary fertility challenges, such as when a woman has had one baby, but cannot conceive another.

Her second program within the clinic addresses pelvic dysfunction. Reed assists women that have had menstrual issues or disorders throughout their lives and treatment for a retroverted uterus, pelvic floor disorders, pelvic prolapse and incontinence issues. “Although most of my clients initially feel broken or depressed with their fertility challenges, I love offering gentle and natural pre-conceptive options for these women to return to wholeness in order to optimize a safe and healthy pregnancy,” shares Reed.

The (In) Fertility Center is located at 107 N. Main St., Ste. 5, in Mansfield. Appointments for treatments are being scheduled for Jul. at 607-742-8707. For more information, visit

In-FertilityCenter.org.

Gisele Siebold is a contributing writer for Natural Awakenings, South Central edition. Connect with her at Gisele@NaturalCentral.com.

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