Dr. Berlin has established himself as an innovative, out-of-the-box thinker seeking and discovering natural solutions for some of the most difficult and mystifying ailments that people experience.
His persistent exploration has led him to focus on symptoms caused by the body’s natural response to internal stress. In developing techniques to reverse the harmful effects of this nerve tension, he has successfully helped hundreds of people overcome the most difficult cases of female infertility, migraine headache, chronic fatigue, chronic neck and back pain, irritable bowel syndrome, panic attacks, insomnia, and fibromyalgia. The success of his alternative infertility program led to the need for a comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care program. He has become so specialized in prenatal wellness care that upwards of 80% of his patients are now prenatal or postnatal.
Dr. Berlin is a member of the American Pregnancy Association, Holistic Pediatric Association, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, Doulas Association of Southern California, California Association of Midwives, American Chiropractic Association, and California Chiropractic Association.
Rob began his filmmaking career freelancing in the development media world of his hometown of Harare, Zimbabwe, where he shot films focused on social and political issues. He covered a variety of subjects including the drought of the early 1990’s, worker’s rights and the burgeoning AIDS epidemic.
After moving to the United States, Rob focused his attention on broader issues challenging systemized belief and behavior. Most notably, he lensed the environmentally conscious e2 series for PBS during which time he traveled the world extensively for four years, meeting many of the great innovators of the modern environmental movement. As he witnessed the consequential ground swell of environmental awareness he realized that it is an innate sense of humility that informs the conscientious decision.
Through his wife, he met prenatal chiropractor Dr. Elliot Berlin and the yearning to explore American birthing practices found its focus on VBACs and the stories of women pursuing them.