A doula is a a professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical, and educational support to a woman during pregnancy, labor, delivery and in the postpartum. The doula’s goal is to help a woman have a safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experience.
Research has shown that women who have a doula, experience shorter labors, are less likely to have a cesarean delivery, are less likely to use or are able to delay pain medication, and report being much more pleased with their birth experience.
Healthcare professionals provide support and compassion to their clients day in and day out, often times putting their own needs last. Our mission is to support these providers with the quality of care they deserve, so they can focus their physical and emotional energy on themselves, their body, and their baby during labor, birth, and the immediate postpartum.
And many more
As a provider, you already know the ins and outs of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. You may have read all the books, taught the course, and helped tens of hundreds of women and their families have the best pregnancy and birth possible.
It’s time to let someone care for you!
Previous Back, Hip, or Knee Surgeries
Prevention of further Orthopedic Injury
History of Pelvic Pain or Pubic Dysfunction
Coccyx Dysfunction (injuries, dislocations, pain, falls)
Previous Perineal Tear/Injury
Spinal Cord Injuries/Paraplegia
Call for a free phone consultation if you have a concern and/or wonder if you would benefit from a skilled orthopedic and pelvic musculoskeletal expert at your side during labor and birth!
Support during Labor, Delivery, & Immediate Postpartum
At least one, in-depth, prenatal phone or in-person conversation, about your goals and how you’re supported best
One Postpartum Physical Wellness Visit
Evaluation of Hip Alignment & Correction if needed
Suggestions for Abdominal or Hip Compression Garments/Braces
Evaluation of Nursing Postures
Evaluation of Body Mechanics
Postpartum Depression Screen
Monitoring of Vitals