AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

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Francisco Arredondo

Francisco Arredondo, MD, MPH

Friday, February 14, 2014

Course Description:

In this intensive, Kirsten and Paco will share how their practices work together to obtain amazing outcomes for the patients they serve. Their system relies on mutual respect, but also a set of specific practices and systems that you can implement in your own practice in order to build an integrative clinic. Kirsten will share her expertise on constitutional diagnosis and its role in the treatment of fertility as well as information on modular herbal formulas. Kirsten and Paco’s talk will leave you with practical ideas and steps for implementation in your own clinic setting.

Speaker Bio:

Francisco Arredondo (Paco) is the Chief Experience Officer and Medical Director of Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of Texas

He obtained his MD degree in Mexico at the Institute of Technology and Higher Studies of Monterrey.  His medical training includes: Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NY,  the University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas and a Masters in Public Health and Healthcare Management from Harvard. He was an Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland for 4 years.

Dr. Arredondo is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Fertility Specialist with a growing practice in Central and South Texas. The RMA of Texas Team has become a leader in patient centered fertility experience applying the platinum rule,” treat others as they want to be treated”
He emphasizes a simplified and individualized approach in his treatments, bearing in mind the specific couple’s social, medical, financial and emotional circumstances.
His RMA of Texas team has achieved a great balance of excellent pregnancy rates, cost effective services and a world class fertility experience that has surpassed borders. RMA of Texas sees patients from all over the world with a healthy percentage of patients from Mexico . 1 out of 5 of his IVF patients come from Mexico and South America.