Kasey Reynolds, MD, FACOG
Medical Director, Bethesda Fertility Center
REI Division Education Supervisor,
TriHealth Ob/Gyn Residency Program
Kasey Reynolds, MD, is board certified in reproductive endocrinology/infertility, as well as obstetrics/gynecology, meaning she can offer patients proven experience in all aspects of infertility and gynecologic surgery. She has specific interests in nutrition and how overall health affects fertility, and she offers expertise in polycystic ovarian syndrome, fertility preservation, and diminished ovarian reserve. Dr. Reynolds’ background offers patients a unique blend of clinical expertise and research experience that combine for a holistic and individualized approach to infertility treatment and diagnosis.
"I don’t even know where to start. Dr. Reynolds is amazing. I can’t say enough about her. You are not a number at Bethesda. Dr. Reynolds took the time to analyze everything in my history and come up with a game plan. She was so thorough and caring and always positive, no matter what. I’m writing this one year post IVF, with my 4 month old baby. I will always be so grateful for Dr. Reynolds and the rest of the team at Bethesda. Thank you all so much. "
— Shannon (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Isela Molina Robertshaw, MD, FACOG
Director, Bethesda Fertility Center Fertility Preservation Program
Faculty Physician, Bethesda Fertility Center
Isela Robertshaw, MD, is board certified in reproductive endocrinology/infertility, as well as obstetrics/gynecology, offering care in all aspects of infertility and gynecologic surgery. She is particularly focused on advancing clinical outcomes through evidence-based practices, and she has specific interests in IVF, ovarian reserve screening, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Her extensive research background has helped form her approach to patient care, and her high standards lead to effective diagnostics and treatment.
Pradeep Warikoo, PhD, HCLD
Director, IVF/Reproductive Studies Lab
A leader in the field, Dr. Warikoo has more than 30 years’ experience, receiving his PhD from the University of Delhi, Delhi, India, and his master’s from the University of Kanpur, Kanpur, India. With extensive published articles and two book chapters to his credit, Dr. Warikoo’s research continues to lead the field of infertility in such areas as micromanipulation, oocyte maturation and freezing, blastocyst development and embryo freezing.
"I love this facility and recommend it to anyone I know with any reproductive concerns. They took immediate and serious action with my plan and were very thorough and well knowledgeable about all steps and processes that I would have to go through. All the staff are kind and caring, and in the end they helped me to successfully conceive my beautiful baby. I'm forever grateful to them."
— Dolly (Cincinnati, Ohio)