Resources

Acupuncture

Askeland Chiropractic and Acupuncture – 919-841-0081 – www.raleighchiro.com

Acupuncture Associates – 919-636-2148 –  http://www.raleigh-acupuncture.com

Birth centers

Baby + Co. – www.babyandcompany.com/cary/

Women’s Birth & Wellness Center – Well woman & maternity care, certified nurse midwives, women’s health nurse practitioner, nationally accredited; only free-standing birth center in the Triangle area.  930 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 919-933-3301, www.ncbirthcenter.com

Breastfeeding support groups, clinics, classes

La Leche League (LLL)  LLL is an international, nonprofit organization that provides information and mother-to-mother support to breastfeeding women in a friendly, accepting atmosphere. http://www.lllofnc.org 

Nursing Mothers of Raleigh – Community volunteer breastfeeding support group – free monthly meetings (babies & children welcome) and telephone support for any women interested in breastfeeding, couples meetings, email answers to questions available via the website. www.nursingmothersofraleigh.org

Rex Lactation Station at Rex Healthcare, Raleigh, Monthly prenatal breastfeeding classes for a fee; free monthly Working and Breastfeeding classes; telephone support for any women interested in breastfeeding.   Sheri Taylor, RN, IBCLC, Coordinator 919-784-3224 or 919-784-3203

State and/or local Breastfeeding Coalition – www.usbreastfeeding.org or www.ncbfc.org

Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute – www.sph.unc.edu/breastfeeding

Chiropractic Care

Keystone Chiropractic, Dr. Donna Hedgepeth, DC, DACCP – Specialist in Pediatric & Pregnancy Care – For Mommas: Round ligament or pubic symphysis pain, Webster Technique (breech/posterior), low back/leg, neck/shoulder pain; For Babes: Breastfeeding & latch difficulties, fussiness & colic/reflux symptoms, ear fluid buildup.  919-851-1010, 4615 Western Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27606  www.KeystoneChiropracticNC.com

Davis Family Chiropractic, Dr. Alisha Davis, DC, DACCP – Specializing in the care of Pregnant Women and Children, Common Breastfeeding difficulties include: improper latch, unable to open wide, or a weak suck. 7901 Strickland Rd, Ste. 104, Raleigh, NC 27615 www.DavisChiroNC.com

Askeland Chiropractic and Acupuncture, Dr. Erik Askeland, DC – 919-841-0081 – http://www.raleighchiro.com/contact-us/ 

Whole Family Chiropractic, Dr. Debra Bell – 919-461-3933, 160 NE Maynard Rd., Suite 204, Cary, NC 27513  http://wholefamilyofcary.com/

Lactation Consultants

Cindi Freeman, RLC, IBCLC – In-Home consultations, 919-244-7221

Jessica Altemara, IBCLC – http://blissatthebreast.com

Leslie Stern, CNM, WHNP, RN, MSN, IBCLC, RLC – http://www.beyondbirthlactation.com/Beyond_Birth_Lactation_Services/Welcome.html – 919-381-8781

Ann Conlon-Smith, IBCLC – http://www.trianglelactation.com

UNC Hospitals, Lactation Services Warmline – For questions and/or appointments with Lactation Consultants, call between 8:30am and 4:30pm, or leave a message anytime (919) 966-4148, (866) 428-5608 (toll-free)

Women’s Birth & Wellness Center Boutique – On-site lactation consults, M-F 10am-7pm, Sat 10am-5pm, 930 MLK Blvd, Suite 204, Chapel Hill, 919-933-3301, 919-537-7055, www.ncbirthcenter.com

Nutrition

Lifestyle Medical Center – lifestylemedicalcenters.com

Realistic Nutrition – Realistic Nutrition Partners was founded to do what the name suggests – deliver practical, accessible nutrition advice that actually works. And to encourage us all to engage in creating the food system we want to see.: (919) 360-1236 Email: RealisticNutritionPartners@gmail.com Website: http://realisticnutritionpartners.com

Pelvic Health

Dr. Erika Grace, DPT, MPH, MSW – (919) 929-7990 – www.gracepelvichealth.com

Perinatal Mood Disorders Support

UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders – Directed by David R. Rubinow, MD, chair of the UNC Department of Psychiatry, and an internationally known expert in the evaluation and treatment of women with mood disorders that occur during periods of hormonal change.  The Perinatal Depression Program is directed by Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH.  The clinic provides assessment and treatment, including counseling and/or medication and ongoing support for women experiencing these serious health challenges.  They also refer to and manage the Perinatal Psychiatry Inpatient Unit (the only one in the nation).  The Unit provides specialty care for women suffering from severe perinatal psychiatric illness.  Completely free-standing, includes 5 patient bed (private and semi-private).  Infants are encouraged to visit for as long as possible, but may not stay overnight.  Protected sleep times for the mother are extremely important for recovery. www.womensmooddisorders.org  919-966-5217, 919-966- 8721 for the Inpatient Unit

UNC Support Group – Christena Raines, NP, 919-966-3115

Moms Supporting Moms -Meets at medical building beside Rex Hospital Women’s Birth Center, 919-545-6946 www.momssupportingmoms.net

Anxiety Treatment Center – Chapel Hill 919-962-2507, Durham 919-361-5384

Bipolar/Depression Support Group – Chapel Hill 919-942-8083

Birth Trauma and Postpartum Mood Disorder Therapist – Nancy Ciocci –  http://www.nancyciocci.com

Postpartum Support International – 800-944-4PPD, www.postpartum.net

Pregnancy, Birth, and Newborn Photography

Manda’s Memories – 614-325-6741, http://www.mandasphotos.com

Dana Ashley Photography – danaashleyphotography.com

Cricket Photography – crickettphotography.com

Pregnancy, Fertility, and Postpartum Massage and Pelvic Health

Seven Generations Massage and Birth – Donna Zubrod, MSc, LMBT, CD(DONA) – 919-810-0003 – www.massageandbirth.com

Joann Dahill – journeyofmotherhood.com

Postpartum doulas & nurses

First Daze & Nightzzzz – Mother and Baby Speiclists, Sleep Coaching for Babies & Children, Pamela Diamond, 919-274-0445, Pdiamond@firstdaze.com  http://firstdaze.com

Sweet Pea Newborns, PLLC, Heide Cassimatis, RN – Preparing parents ~ Caring for babies – Preparing for parenthood is a special, exciting and sometimes overwhelming time.  At Sweet Pea Newborns our goal is to help expectant, new and adoptive parents to feel confident in caring for their babies through parenting classes and in-home instruction.  Offers in-home baby care by our Pediatric Registered Nurse. 919-749-5574, http://www.sweetpeanewborns.com

Sleep Consultants/Coaches (for infants, toddlers and young children)

Loving Lessons Pediatric Sleep Consulting, Irene Gouge – 919-414-2978 www.loving-lessons.com   Twitter: http://twitter.com/LovingLessons www.facebook.com/LovingLessonsPediatricSleepConsulting                                               Webinars: www.anymeeting.com/lovinglessons

Lullaby Sleep Training, Inc. – Helping babies and toddlers learn better sleep habits. www.lullabysleep.co  919-417-4089, info@lullabysleep.com

First Daze & Nightzzzz – Mother and Baby Specialists, Sleep Coaching for Babies & Children, Pamela Diamond, 919-274-0445, Pdiamond@firstdaze.com  http://firstdaze.com

VBAC/CA support groups

ICAN – International Cesarean Awareness Network Inc. – Mission is to improve maternal and child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery and promoting vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), 800-686-ICAN (4226),info@ican-online.org

www.ican-online.org

Locally ICAN of the Triangle has a Facebook support page and meets the 3rd Saturday of every month. Contact Allyson Russell for more information. Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/180913235404130/

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