Integrative Preconception and Fertility Care: Sharing knowledge, research and experience to help improve women and men's reproductive and hormonal health for optimal well-being and happy, healthy babies.
02 9387 2204
Sharing knowledge, research and experience to help improve women and men's reproductive and hormonal health for optimal well-being and happy, healthy babies.
2014 Office Hours:
Wednesday: 9am to 4pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm (changing to 4pm)
Saturday*: 9am to 5pm
*Office is open every second Saturday - please click here to view our office calendar for further information.
Elizabeth is available for both face to face consultations and long-distance Phone and Skype consultations.
To make a booking please contact the office during opening hours by phone.
You can also submit an appointment request or enquiry here or send us an sms and we will be in touch.
Elizabeth Mucci's office is located in Charing Cross, Waverley:
Shop 4, 276 Bronte rd, Waverley, NSW 2024View Larger Map
Before seeing Elizabeth, many of our prospective clients explain the difficulties they have faced in trying to conceive a child – and many if not most clients have already sought some form of treatment, natural and/or conventional before making an appointment to see Elizabeth. Elizabeth’s experience is largely in treating couples facing challenging infertility issues that haven’t been solved through conventional or alternative routes. These include: recurrent miscarriages and/or stillbirths, recurrent IVF failures, irregular menstrual cycles, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, blocked fallopian tube/s, low AMH (egg reserve), low sperm quality including high DNA fragmentation, low sperm motility, high abnormal morphology and low sperm counts along with many other infertility issues.
Elizabeth Mucci (formerly known as Elizabeth Kress) has worked in the reproductive medicine field for over 12 years. After completing a Bachelor of Science (Physiology and Biochemistry) in 1998, Elizabeth undertook an Advanced Diploma in Western Herbal Medicine and an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Science.
Elizabeth’s specialisation in reproduction and fertility began by the completion of her student clinical hours at the Jocelyn centre for Natural Fertility Management where she trained under Francesca Naish.
After practicing integrative medicine in reproduction and hormonal therapy for several years, Elizabeth returned to study through the University of New South Wales to complete a post-graduate Masters in Reproductive Medicine.
The combination of Elizabeth’s education in science, nutrition, herbal medicine and conventional medicine along with her close work with a number of conventional Fertilty Specialists in and around the Sydney region has provided her with a unique perspective on hormonal and reproductive health.
In the past Elizabeth has made appearances on Triple M’s morning breakfast show providing live on-air health tips and advice to Triple M listeners. She is also the creator of the Parenting Naturally DVD series, which was produced to help parents better understand their baby’s needs and provide step-by-step advice on common challenges these new families face. More recently she was mentioned in My Child Magazine’s feature story on Samantha Gilbertson, a patient of Elizabeth’s who achieved a healthy and successful natural pregnancy after 12 failed IVF attempts. To read the article, click here.
In the initial stages of consultation with an individual patient or couple, Elizabeth makes a careful and rigorous assessment of each patient’s history, blood work and begins hormonal tracking in collaboration with medical specialists. In treating a patient, Elizabeth takes an evidence-based approach to the use of preconception tests, complimentary Western and Traditional Chinese Herbal medicine, sourcing specific products of a high quality for the individual’s needs.
To find out more about Elizabeth’s treatment regime’s and programs click here.
To find out how you can make an appointment, click here.
To view some of the latest blog articles on a range of male and female hormonal, reproductive and infertility issues, see our blog posts, here.