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Postnatal Consultation Telehealth

2 hours

$200

Do you live outside of the areas we visit or are looking for the convenience of a telehealth consultation? 

​Congratulations on the arrival of your precious little one! As you embark on this beautiful journey of motherhood, we understand that breastfeeding can sometimes present its own set of challenges. That's why we're here to offer you evidence-based, empathetic support every step of the way.

 

Our postnatal breastfeeding consultation provides a safe space for you to discuss any concerns or difficulties you may be experiencing. Whether your baby seems hungry after feeds, is exhibiting breast refusal, or you're worried about low weight gain, our compassionate team is here to help.

 

We specialize in addressing a wide range of breastfeeding issues, including concerns around milk supply, infant assessment for oral restrictions and post ankyloglossia (tongue tie) release rehabilitation support, difficulties with positioning and latching, mastitis, nipple pain or trauma. Our goal is to provide you with personalized support tailored to your unique needs and circumstances.

 

During your consultation, your practitioner will conduct a comprehensive obstetric and feeding history assessment, and if applicable,  perform a visual physical examination of both you and your baby within the limits of a telehealth consultation. We'll observe how your baby feeds, whether it's at the breast or bottle, to better understand and address any challenges you may be facing. Following our assessment, your practitioner will work with you to develop a detailed feeding and treatment plan that aligns with your feeding goals. This plan will be emailed to you for your reference, ensuring clarity and continuity of care. Additionally, we understand that ongoing support is crucial, which is why follow-up phone and email communication for up to 2 weeks is included in our fee. We're here to answer any questions, provide guidance, and offer reassurance as you navigate the joys and challenges of breastfeeding.

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