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Meet Our Team


Kirsten Karchmer

Founder & CEO

Kirsten Hurder-Karchmer, has treated over 7,000 diagnosed infertile couples. Throughout her career, Kirsten has been a pioneer in developing proprietary infertility treatment protocols that maximize the natural fertility of her patients.

Before founding Conceivable, Kirsten founded and operated The Texas Center for Reproductive Acupuncture, one of the largest fertility wellness clinics in the US. She is also the former President of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM).


Rob Krassowski

Co-Founder, Director of Product Strategy & Research

Rob brings years of clinical and research experience to Conceivable’s product strategy initiatives. Formally trained as an acupuncturist and herbalist in both the US and China, Rob holds a Doctorate Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University, the nation’s leading university for natural health sciences. He is also a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM).

Providing wellness counselling and adjunctive care for women trying to get pregnant, both naturally and through advanced interventions like IVF, Rob has helped hundreds of couples achieve their goal of starting a family.

Medical Advisory Board

Dr. Francisco Arredondo, MD, MPH

Reproductive Endocrinologist & Fertility Specialist

Doctor Francisco Arredondo is a respected and experienced clinician and has published numerous papers and textbook chapters on infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss. In addition, he has presented research findings and scientific data at both national and international meetings.


Dr. Aimee Browne, MD

Reproductive Endocrinologist & Fertility Specialist

Dr. Browne has published several book chapters and co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles on topics including in vitro fertilization, controlled ovarian hyperstimulation, predictors of ovarian reserve, and endometriosis. She has been an invited speaker at several national meetings and has given lectures in the areas of ovarian aging, tubal factor infertility, and obesity. Dr. Browne’s primary clinical interests include in vitro fertilization, polycystic ovarian syndrome, obesity’s effect on fertility, and diminished ovarian reserve.