GENERAL INFORMATION ON MIDWIFERY
The American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM) website has information about midwifery
Einstein Montgomery offers a variety of classes at their Women’s Resource Center in Plymouth Meeting.
We also highly recommend the Baby Boot Camp workshop at the Massage Studio in King of Prussia.
Beth Trachtman provides fabulous massages in our Erdenheim office as well as King of Prussia. Phone: 610-354-0138.
Lisa Beitman is a WomanWise client and has a pelvic floor/diastesis subspecialty.
Core3PT has offices in Hatboro and in East Norriton, next door to our office. Danielle specializes in women's health
MossRehab has a pelvic floor PT center in Elkins Park
Excel Physical Therapy has many locations and specialists in pelvic floor and women’s health
Breastfeeding Resource Center — an excellent facility in Abington that has onsite lactation consultants, as well as pump supplies.
Newman Breastfeeding Clinic and Institute — Dr. Jack Newman is a world renowned expert on all aspects of breastfeeding. His website is our “go-to” resource.
LactMed — a great searchable database of medication safety in breastfeeding. They also have a free app.
We are thrilled to share our Erdenheim office with therapists who specialize in issues surrounding pregnancy, birth, marriage and family.
Nicole Lewis incorporates systemic therapy to help couples and families in times of transition, communication skills, conflict, stress, and anxiety. NlewisMFT@gmail.com 484-539-9178
Rebecca Mcdermott provides compassionate treatment, supporting couples to manage transitions together, reduce ineffective conflict and improve communication. RMcDermottMFT@gmail.com 484-832-5921
Postpartum Stress Center in Rosemont is a great resource with support groups, seminars and individual therapists.
Here are more therapists (and WWM clients!) that have worked with our patients around pregnancy, loss, parenting, childbirth:
Talia Kapadia works with anxiety, trauma, difficult life transitions, the challenges of pregnancy and new parenthood, and the experience of depression. She specializes in helping people process traumatic experiences, and is committed to helping survivors of sexual abuse, assault, rape, or interpersonal violence heal.
The Maternal Wellness Center in Abington provides a range of complementary-care services to emotionally and physically support women and families during their reproductive journey
A great online resource for information about PPD, how it is diagnosed, and options for treatment is Postpartumdepression.org
We enjoy working with these doulas, some of whom are WWM patients:
Well Born Baby
Heather Keeney and Keli Engleson
BUSINESSES WE LOVE
So many of our patients are small business owners like us. They are baby shoe cobblers, newborn photographers, interior designers, florists, textile designers, knitters, musicians.
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