Revitalizing Women’s Healthcare Together

September 29-30 2023, Minneapolis.

Thank you to all speakers, abstract presenters, volunteers and all attendees for making this conference a success!

A Joint Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM)

We are thrilled to invite you to join us this fall as colleagues from around the globe come together in Minneapolis – for a co-hosted RRM conference presented by FACTS About Fertility and The Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine of America. 

Keynote Sessions

Presentations on migraines and the menstrual cycle, updates on low-dose naltrexone use in reproductive health, immunological considerations, the latest in FemTech, and RRM through an integrative medicine lens.  Explore our lineup of distinguished speakers below. 

Presentation Opportunity & Research Breakouts

This conference provides a platform for you to present your findings and engage with others in your field through our poster gallery and abstract competition. In our research breakouts, you will learn how to prepare a case study for publication, access resources available to support your case preparation, and discuss both the gaps and research priorities in RRM, as well as identify actionable next steps.

Case Studies

Join us as our expert speakers present real-life cases covering topics such as fertility, menstrual disorders, endometritis, and more. Through interactive discussions and engaging presentations, you will gain valuable knowledge and insights to inform and inspire your work in both reproductive and women’s health.

Our Speakers

Learn more about our speakers by clicking on their profile below. To learn more about specific sessions please view our schedule. The schedule may be subject to change prior to the live event.

This event is approved for up to 9.0 Live AAFP Prescribed credits*


Gregory A. Plotnikoff, MD, MTS, FACP

Role of Vitamins A & D in Optimizing Sex Hormone Function, Pregnancy, and Breastfeeding

Phil Boyle, MD.

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Reproductive Medicine
& DHEA in Pregnancy – A Case Study

Theresa M. Stujenske, Ph.D. RN.

Menstrual Cycle Tracking Technologies


Lauren Rubal, MD.

Restorative Reproductive Medicine through an Integrative Medicine Lens
& Chronic Endometritis – A Case Study

Teresa Kenney, APRN-NP.

Migraine Headaches and the Menstrual Cycle


Elizabeth Nordin, MD, OB/GYN

A Complex Case of Endometriosis and Other Medical Comorbidities and Multimodal Treatment

April Lind, MD, IFMCP.

Exploring the Relationship of Neuroendocrine and Autoimmune Systems in Restoring Reproductive Health (An Introduction)

Amy Fisher, DO, OB/GYN.

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in Adolescents

Research Abstracts

Gisela Valer-Chavez, OB/GYN, Naprotechnology MC/FCP.

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss in a Woman With Turner Syndrome and Triple X Mosaicism: A Case Report

Melissa Perez Capotosto PhD, RN, WHNP-BC

Associations of Infertility With Symptoms of Pregnancy-related Anxiety and Depression During Pregnancy and 6-months Postpartum in Project Viva

William Nolan, MD. 

Fallopian Tube Evaluation and Surgery for Infertility & Fasting Based on Menstrual Cycle Phase: Review of Literature, Physiologic Plausibility and Clinical Application


Call for Research Posters

Share your research and gain feedback from colleagues at our conference.  This is also an excellent opportunity for students or those newer to research to network, discuss, and present their RRM-related research projects. 

Posters will be on display throughout the duration of the conference and there will be a dedicated meet and greet time for conference attendees to view the posters. Abstracts are welcome in any area relevant to Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM), and we also welcome case vignettes or case studies.

New to research? First time creating a research poster?  Visit our resource section for templates, guides, and tips for creating effective posters.

Submissions are now closed. 

Thank You to Our Sponsors

A million thanks to our conference sponsors who help to make this event such a success! 

Explore our sponsor opportunities or talk to us about your unique sponsorship goals – we will gladly accommodate special requests where possible.

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