Have you ever just wanted to spend time talking one on one with a medical professional about a health issue? Learning about your options in an unhurried, private environment? Gathering resources or research so you can make a more informed decision? Here’s your chance!
Here are some topics:
Work with our Certified Lactation Educator (retired IBCLC with 20 years experience) on latch problems, milk supply issues, or learning how to use your breastpump or other basic lactation issue. Referrals to local IBCLCs available for more complicated breastfeeding problems.
Discuss more sensitive pregnancy issues, learn more about a pregnancy complication, schedule a nutrition consultation, create a workable plan for birth or post partum recovery.
Are you concerned about hormone replacement therapy or been told it is not an option for you because of your health or age? Learn about a variety of options for handling this important stage of a woman’s life. What’s available? Discuss risks and benefits of treatment options. Check out our products for dealing with vaginal dryness or increased urinary incontinence as your body changes.
Have you ever noticed how many Depends ads and commercials are out there, but no one advertises any real solutions to this common problem? Whether you are experiencing leaking following birth or years later, there are options and real solutions. Depends are just a bandaid. Surgical options are offered, but maybe there is a less invasive solutions for you. Schedule a consultation to learn about different types of urinary incontinence and how each may be treated. For many women, pelvic floor strengthening through physical therapy or electrical muscle stimulation and gels that improve skin and tissue elasticity may be all that is needed.
Senior Care Consultation
Are you caring for a senior loved one and responsible for helping them make important medical decisions? Do they live here or are you trying to do this long distance? Do you need help knowing about options or what questions to ask their medical providers? Schedule some time to discuss these things with a registered nurse who has also been a caregiver.
Diane Smith, RN, LCCE, FACCE, CLE
Since 1974 Diane has had a passion to change the birth experience in the community. Diane is able to work with families through their pregnancy, teach their classes, help them through birth and breastfeeding and see them when they came back for their post birth check. She is able to see the “big picture” in a way that was not possible working in a hospital setting. You only get to experience the birth of this baby once, so let Diane help you birth your way in the Cape Fear area of North Carolina!