We are not able to provide remote instruction at this time. Creighton Model FertilityCare™ system has developed a charting app, but at this time we are not able to offer it. In the future, this may become an option for clients who have already become confident users of paper charting.
Creighton Model FertilityCare™ Instruction: Follow-up Sessions can be billed through insurance. We ask that you contact your insurance to understand how they cover these visits and what copay you can expect. Starter materials and the Introductory Session are set, self-pay fees. There are also self-pay options available for Follow-up Sessions at a discounted rate. NaPro™ [...]
Introductory Session All Creighton FertilityCare™ users begin by attending an Introductory Session We currently provide these sessions at Holy Family Catholic Clinic. We are also happy to arrange a presentation at your parish or organization. The Introductory Session is a group presentation by the practitioner and up to three couples Learn the foundation of how [...]
Yes! NaPro™ offers effective natural treatment for postpartum depression. Please call to request consultation as soon as possible. We also encourage women suffering from this common and painful condition to access counseling and mental health support. If you or someone you know is experiencing thoughts of harming themselves or others, please access care in the [...]
Creighton FertilityCare™ charting provides the data necessary for a NaPro™ medical consultant to diagnose and treat women’s health issues. Except for postpartum depression, all NaPro™ treatments rely on Creighton Model FertilityCare™ charting.
NaProTECHNOLOGY™ is a women’s health science that uses the data from a woman’s Creighton Model FertilityCare™ charting to diagnose and treat women’s health conditions such as infertility, abnormal bleeding, painful periods, premenstrual syndrome, and recurrent pregnancy loss. NaPro™ treatments respect and support the natural functioning of the reproductive system, and do not include contraceptives or [...]
It is important to understand that methods of calculating effectiveness of contraceptives do not work very well for describing natural family planning systems. Contraceptive methods only work to prevent pregnancy, and they do so by trying to change the reproductive nature of intercourse. As such, any pregnancy is considered a “failure” of the method. [...]
A large study of 1,876 couples with normal fertility published in 1998 showed that at 12 months, method effectiveness to avoid pregnancy was 99.5%, and use effectiveness to avoid pregnancy was 96.8%. (http://www.reproductivemedicine.com/toc/auto_abstract.php?id=9549)
There are many methods of natural family planning, each with its own strengths. Some important qualities of Creighton Model FertilityCare™ are: It presents a standardized method of describing observations of a woman’s cycle. It provides ongoing support by a trained practitioner, an allied health professional. Creighton Model FertilityCare™ centers are available across the country and [...]
In addition to family planning, the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ provides valuable insight into a woman’s health and well being. The female reproductive system relies on the healthy function of many parts of the body. The normal menstrual cycle (“period”) is a sign of good health. Abnormalities in the cycle can be indicators of health problems [...]