Our specialists have studied at some of the most prominent fertility centers in the nation, and they continue to research new ways to bring patients the highest possibility of success. Our entire staff looks forward to providing you exceptional care throughout your fertility journey. Many have invested no less than 20 years of their career at our center – every day, passionately continuing their life calling to help others achieve parenthood.
If you have concerns about your fertility, give our office a call at 513-865-1675 or 1-800-634-1222 to speak with one of our staff. Keep in mind:
- You do not need a physician referral to schedule a consultation
- We offer convenient hours for busy schedules
- We provide a comfortable and confidential environment
Kasey A. Reynolds, MD, FACOG
Medical Director, Bethesda Fertility CenterREI Division Education Supervisor, TriHealth Ob/Gyn Residency Program
Kasey Reynolds, MD, offers patients a unique blend of clinical expertise and research experience that combine for a holistic approach to infertility treatment and diagnosis. She is known for her genuine compassion, and patients often comment on how at ease they feel with her while sharing their infertility struggles. Click here to view her curriculum vitae.
Dr. Reynolds is board certified in reproductive endocrinology/infertility as well as obstetrics/gynecology, offering proven experience in all aspects of infertility and gynecologic surgery. She has specific interests in nutrition and overall health effects on fertility, including obesity, and the effects of antioxidants and supplements, such as Vitamin D. She offers expertise in:
Well versed in current technologies and leading-edge therapies, Dr. Reynolds is close to the pulse of the newest literature and treatments. She has presented at conferences of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and Society for Gynecologic Investigation. She also has published papers in such high-impact industry journals as Fertility and Sterility and Human Reproduction.
During her fellowship, Dr. Reynolds was the only reproductive endocrinologist fellow in the country to receive a research grant from the National Institutes of Health. The research focused on the relationship between maternal obesity, egg quality and pregnancy outcomes. Her broad exposure will benefit patients as she applies her expertise to develop therapies customized to each patient’s unique clinical and personal needs.
Dr. Reynolds is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed her Ob/Gyn residency with the TriHealth Residency Program. During medical school, she applied her proficiency in medical and conversational Spanish by serving in a Santa Lucia, Honduras, medical clinic, through the non-profit Shoulder to Shoulder. She completed a three-year subspecialty reproductive endocrinology fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis where she also was part of the teaching faculty of the Ob/Gyn residency program.
Isela Molina Robertshaw, MD, FACOG
Center Team Physician
Isela Robertshaw, MD’s, extensive research background has helped form her approach to patient care. With high standards for effective diagnostics and treatment, she offers patients expertise and excellence throughout their fertility journeys. Click here to view her curriculum vitae.
Dr. Robertshaw offers care in all aspects of infertility and gynecologic surgery and is particularly focused on advancing clinical outcomes through evidence-based practices. She has specific interests in the following:
Patients benefit from Dr. Robertshaw’s keen intellect surrounding the myriad factors of infertility. Her training includes a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility with the University of Cincinnati Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology through the TriHealth Residency Program at Bethesda and Good Samaritan hospitals, and she received her medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
Driven to advance fertility rates, Dr. Robertshaw has pursued research in such areas as paternal age effect on assisted reproductive technology, ovarian reserve screening and PCOS. She also was primary investigator for research to determine the potential effect of maternal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) during early implantation, and she continues research on this topic today. Dr. Robertshaw has presented her research at conferences of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Gynecologic Investigation. She also has published research in such leading industry journals as Fertility and Sterility, Reproductive Sciences and the Journal of Molecular Endocrinology.
Dr. Robertshaw has amplified her academic and clinical background through a Madagascar Medical Mission in obstetrics and gynecology. She also has volunteered with the Columbus Free Clinic and the Su Casa Hispanic Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio.
Jennifer L. Thie, MD, FACOG
Center Team PhysicianFaculty, Bethesda Ob/Gyn Residency Program
As a founding member of the Bethesda Fertility Center, Dr. Thie has provided steady support and leadership since the Center's beginning in 1987. Her services include initial infertility treatment through operative laparoscopy, operative hysteroscopy, ovulation induction and donor sperm insemination. She offers expertise in:
For female- and male-related infertility issues needing higher-tech solutions, Dr. Thie partners with the Bethesda Fertility Center in customizing treatment plans to best address each patient's unique personal and clinical history. She also supports the gay and lesbian communities in their desire for parenthood.
Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Thie's training includes a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and a one-year consultancy at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., where she was a member of the first IVF program. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Bethesda and is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. A Cincinnati native, she graduated from Colerain High School, which has honored her as an outstanding alumna.
Dr. Thie is a past president of the Cincinnati Obstetrics and Gynecology Society (the second woman in history to be elected to this post) and a past president of the Cincinnati branch of the American Medical Women's Association. She holds memberships in the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the North American Menopause Society. She also is a professional member of Resolve, PCOS Support and the Endometriosis Association.
Dr. Thie has published research in such national publications as Fertility and Sterility. Other achievements include: initiation of Cincinnati's first natural cycle pregnancy; the area's first birth of twins from frozen embryos; and Bethesda's first pregnancy from egg donation. She also has been interviewed for a variety of print and broadcast media, including Glamour Magazine, and has consistently received “Top Doctor” recognition by Cincinnati Magazine. For additional information on Dr. Thie's services and practice information, please visit this page.
Pradeep Warikoo, PhD, HCLD
Director, IVF/Reproductive Studies Lab
Dr. Warikoo keeps the Bethesda Fertility Center on par with leading centers in the country by offering the newest industry technologies in the .Reproductive Studies Lab As an example, through steady development and improvement of the blastocyst transfer method, which uses a more mature embryo, Dr. Warikoo made this breakthrough technology a standard for the center's IVF procedures. Click here to view curriculum vitae.
Dr. Warikoo continuously researches advanced technologies to offer patients the latest in treatment options. His accomplishments include:
- First center in Tristate to achieve pregnancy and live birth using frozen eggs, providing more options for cancer patients and women who wish to delay starting a family.
- First Tristate center to announce successful pregnancy using IVF and preimplantation genetic screening and the first to achieve live birth with preimplantation genetic diagnosis
- First Ohio live birth using hamster zona (egg shells) to freeze single sperm cells – a breakthrough treatment option for men with extremely low sperm counts
- First intracytoplasmic sperm injection pregnancy in Tennessee
- First testicular biopsy pregnancy in Tennessee
Board certified by the American Board of Bioanalysis to direct high complexity laboratories in andrology and embryology, Dr. Warikoo received his PhD from the University of Delhi, Delhi, India, and his master's from the University of Kanpur, Kanpur, India. His experience includes: director for the Reproductive Biology Lab at the Southern California Fertility Institute; senior embryologist at Saginaw General Hospital's IVF and Andrology Lab; and prior to Bethesda, associate professor of embryology and director of the IVF and Andrology Laboratory, which he initiated, at the University of Tennessee Medical Center's Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
With extensive published articles and 2 book chapters to his credit, Dr. Warikoo's research continues to impact the field of infertility in such areas as micromanipulation, oocyte maturation and freezing, blastocyst development and embryo freezing. A recognized expert in his field, Dr. Warikoo has secured more than $1 million in research grants from the National Institute of Health throughout his career and is an ad hoc reviewer for the Biology of Reproduction and the Journal of Andrology.