Internationally recognized for infertility treatment and research, CHR is known worldwide as the infertility center of last resort.
One of the first IVF centers established in the U.S., the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) offers all aspects of modern infertility treatment. Through extensive research and clinical efforts, CHR has developed special knowledge and expertise in treating diminished ovarian reserve, a classic finding in older women and also in younger women with prematurely aging ovaries.
Our pioneering research into IVF with DHEA supplementation — a treatment that CHR studies have found can double the IVF pregnancy chances in women with diminished ovarian reserve — has been noted worldwide, and one third of all infertility centers now use the technique.
CHR also offers one of the world’s largest and most diverse egg donor programs.
Located in Manhattan, New York City (NYC), approximately half of our patients are local, with another half hailing from other states and abroad. We invite you to learn more about CHR’s clinical offerings, treatments, research, and educational activities by exploring our extensive website. Feel free to contact us with any questions!
The midwives always strive to provide the very best care to their clients. They aim to give comprehensive, individualized and gentle attention in all of the areas of midwifery care including:
-Labor and Birth
-Routine Gynecology Care and Annual Well-Woman Exam
-Papanicolaou tests (Pap Smears)
-Family Planning and Contraception
-Intrauterine Device Insertion (Mirena and Paragard)
-Birth Control Implant Insertion (Nexplanon)
-Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing and Treatment
Women in the practice give birth at Roosevelt Hospital in either the homelike birthing center or the state-of-the-art labor and delivery suite.
Dr. Mango has been improving the health of New Yorkers for over seven years. Having worked alongside some of the most creative and innovative leaders in the wellness field, Dr. Mango has developed his own methodology that blends eight diverse chiropractic styles into his very own treatment philosophy.
We are the New York Center for Somatic Psychotherapy and Trauma Resolution. We work with individuals, couples, families and communities to created a state of health and embodiment as well as Emotional Resiliency. We also travel and facilitate seminars all over the world entitled Unity and Diversity where we bring African Rhythm and the Creative Arts to Create a Community that lives with contact and collaboration and care as well as aware consciousness.
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The San Remo is a luxury, 27-floor, co-operative apartment building in Manhattan located between West 74th Street and West 75th Street, three blocks north of The Dakota. Opened in 1930, the San Remo is described by Glen Justice of the New York Times as "a dazzling two-tower building with captivating views of Central Park." As a housing cooperative, its board has a reputation for "lenient admissions standards" compared to the conservative, old-money boards on the other side of the park.ApartmentsWhen the San Remo was originally designed, it had a wide range of relatively luxurious apartment configurations. The apartments were accessed from opulent twin lobbies which contained terrazzo floors, marble walls and custom light fixtures of bronze and frosted glass. The building has two addresses, 145 and 146 Central Park West, because the building was designed so that each half of the structure is served by separate lobbies, eliminating the need for long hallways across the main floor. There are still some doctor's offices on the first floor, but several of the professional/commercial spaces have recently been sold to tenants who reside in the building for use as office space.BaseThe average apartment contained eight rooms spread over approximately 3000sqft. Ten and eleven foot ceilings were the norm. As originally designed, the lower 14 floors were typically divided into seven apartments – two on each of the side street wings of the building and three laid out along the front of the building facing Central Park West. There are numerous setbacks built into the far ends of each wing of the building, allowing for terraces for several of the units. The original layout of the Park-facing units was unusual; most full-block buildings on the avenue divided the park frontage into four units, not three. This allowed the San Remo's apartments to have very generous frontage along the park in addition to typically spacious interior layouts.
Les San Remo Apartments est un luxueux immeuble d'appartements en copropriété situé au 145 et 146 Central Park West dans l'Upper West Side de Manhattan, à New York. Sa construction a débuté en 1929, quelques semaines avant le début de la Grande Dépression. Le bâtiment est situé immédiatement au bord de Central Park, au nord du non moins célèbre Dakota Building. La journaliste du New York Times Glen Justice le décrivait en 2004 comme « un immeuble éblouissant, avec des vues imprenables sur Central Park ».
L'architecte du bâtiment, Emery Roth, a tiré profit des nouvelles règlementations de l'époque de la construction pour construire le premier bâtiment de New York pourvu de tours jumelles. Chacune des deux tours de dix étages s'achève par un luxueux appartement d'inspiration baroque, dans un style proche de celui de l'architecte britannique John Vanbrugh. Les toits des deux tours s'inspirent quant à eux du monument de Lysicrate à Athènes. Roth avait découvert cette architecture antique à l'occasion de la World Columbian Exposition de Chicago en 1893.