“Infertility is a deeply personal and emotional experience for nearly all who must face it. I do not take this lightly and consider it an honor to be entrusted with the responsibility of guiding my patients along their journey, no matter what the circumstances.
“While I have spent the better part of my life in science and medicine, I am constantly amazed by the advances and progress being made on a daily basis. REI is at the forefront of this progress and beautifully juxtaposes the empathetic humanistic side of patient care with cutting-edge science and technology. It is my goal to provide the most up to date treatment options in a compassionate and understanding manner. I work with each person in my clinic to develop an individualized plan tailored to his or her specific situation and needs. No one should ever leave my office without a thorough understanding of what we are doing and why.
Dr. Kapfhamer joined the Center for Reproductive Medicine in 2018. He has presented both locally and nationally on a number of topics including the evaluation and treatment of infertility, pediatric & adolescent gynecology, ovarian torsion, management of endometriosis, and chronic pelvic pain. His publications and research interests include cellular signaling in reproduction, optimizing IVF outcomes through single embryo transfer, ultrasound imaging in early pregnancy, and informed consent. He received the AAGL Special Resident in Minimally Invasive Gynecology Award and the Dr. John J. and Joan M. Brennan Endowed Award in Obstetrics and Gynecology. As an instructor and mentor, Dr. Kapfhamer has given back to the medical community in the areas of ethics and professionalism, laparoscopic suturing and advanced endoscopy, resident and medical student education, and child psychology.
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