Local Resources

I have found over the last 9 years of being a doula that education and resources is a really important factor in being prepared for birth and postpartum. I want to help in any way I can, so that new or seasoned parents feel ready.

Chiropractic

Dr. J.P. Yurgel

Hands of Hope Chiropractic

Dr. Scott and Erica Heppe

Heppe Chiropractic

Breastfeeding / Lactation

The Baby Whisperer

Prenatal Massage

Dana Church

Contact her here

Prenatal Yoga

Postpartum Support

Hope and help for new mothers

Postpartum Support Virginia

Birth Center

https://treeoflifefredericksburg.com/

Homebirth

http://motherwithomebirth.com/

Pelvic Floor

Dr. TaLisa Cummings, PT, DPT

https://fusionpta.com/

Tongue Tie

Drs. Edward and Joey / Fredericksburg Pediatric Dentist

http://www.fredericksburgpediatricdentist.com/

Dr. Rashita Jaju, DDS

Smile Wonders

Online Resources

Bringing home baby or even preparing for labor and delivery is such a big task. The goal is that you can find resources to help assist you. Google seems to give us so many options that it can be a bit overwhelming. So hopefully this can help get you ready! Below I have added some resources to find some good information on a variety of topics.

Whole Food Nutrition / bridging the gap between what we do it and what we should eat. Food is fuel!

https://sarahnewton.juiceplus.com/us/en

Needing a good prenatal, check the link here for  information on some of the better brands:

https://www.consumersadvocate.org/prenatal-vitamins

Both of these links take you to websites that have good information on a multitude of things including: vbacs, labor positions, breech babies, breastfeeding, etc.

http://www.evidencebasedbirth.com

http://www.kellymom.com

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