Your Journey Towards Restorative Fertility Care.
Visitation FertilityCare offers instruction on the Creighton Model FertilityCare System™ and NaProTechnology, a women’s health science that works cooperatively with a woman’s natural cycles. Creighton Model FertilityCare Practitioners teach women and couples how to identify signs of fertility and infertility throughout the menstrual cycle, and how to apply this information in order to achieve the couple’s family planning goals.
Visitation FertilityCare exists to provide women and couples with a better understanding of their fertility, and assist them in navigating their reproductive healthcare and in accomplishing their family planning goals.
What is the Creighton Model?
A standardized method for observing and documenting biological changes that are essential to the understanding of a woman's health and fertility. By working closely with a trained practitioner and tracking specific changes in the woman’s body, women and couples can learn when they are naturally fertile or infertile.
What is NaProTechnology?
An alternative women’s health science for monitoring and maintaining reproductive health and correcting gynecologic abnormalities. NaPro provides medical and surgical treatments that cooperate with the reproductive system in order to correct the underlying causes of problems.
Our Practitioners collaborate closely with Wisconsin physicians who are professionally trained in using the information provided by Creighton charting to diagnose and treat a variety of hormonal and gynecological conditions that can occur throughout a woman's reproductive life, regardless of whether she has just started cycling or is approaching menopause.
"After 6+ years of following this method, we have improved communication with each other and are a healthy and happy family of six!"
Elissa and Brandon
"My mood has improved, I have more energy to do the things I love, and my sleep quality is the best it's been in years. Even as a single woman in her 20s, I'm so thankful I learned the Creighton Method when I did."