Obstetrics & Postpartum Care Appointments
Pregnancy Care Services
Having a baby is one of the most exciting events of your life. And we are here to help you make it a wonderful journey.
Our team of skilled physicians and nurses is ready to assist you at every stage of your pregnancy-and after your delivery, too. We understand that each pregnancy is unique and each woman has different needs and expectations. After all, we’re mothers ourselves! When you are expecting a baby, you want a physician who is a true partner, providing advice, reassurance and information, as well as quality obstetric care.
A PERSONALIZED APPROACH TO ALL YOUR OB NEEDS
We offer and Advanced Pregnancy Care Program that is developed by our doctors, mid-level providers and our team of nutritionists. This unique program is designed to guide you day by day throughout your pregnancy with a 24/7 support of our team.
“According to the latest studies, a Health Coach during pregnancy can improve the outcome for mother and baby up to 5 times.”
We have developed pregnancy guides that will help you day-by-day throughout your entire pregnancy.
Preparing you and your family for pregnancy and the new family member ahead of time will help them adjust to the new situation and allow love to grow.
MemorialCare helps you prepare for your baby’s arrival and care for your newborn. Expectant mothers and partners are invited to participate in a special maternity orientation, including a tour of the facility and additional program and service information.
Postpartum Care & Preventing Baby Blues
The newborn is always the top priority, but do not forget that postpartum care is of the utmost importance when it comes to your health. Nine months of pregnancy change your body in more ways than you might have expected, and those changes do not stop after delivery. That is why postpartum care is important for every woman.
Healthy Postpartum Nutrition to prevent Postpartum Blues
Postpartum depression is an unfortunate and common experience for women that takes away from the joy that should be felt from having a new little one at home. Recent research has highlighted that specific nutrients can help prevent this occurrence completely. Our registered dietitians can help design an individualized plan utilizing diet, lifestyle and targeted supplementation to ensure a happy and healthy postpartum period.
Postpartum Care & Pelvic Floor Physicial Therapy
In Europe, the standard of care for every postpartum mom is to receive pelvic floor strengthening after she delivers a baby. The goal is to strengthen and rehabilitate the muscles of the pelvic floor thereby reducing the occurrence of postpartum incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. It will also work towards helping restore sexual function. Common postpartum problems include urinary and/or fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, sacroiliac joint instability, diastasis rectus abdominis, and core weakness.
- • Diastasis Recti is very common and occurs in 33-60% of pregnant and postpartum women
- • 60% of postpartum women reported stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
- • 64.3% of women reported sexual dysfunction in the first year following childbirth
- • 77% of women had low back pain that interfered with daily tasks
Possible Postpartum Symptoms:
- Vaginal soreness
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
- Nipple soreness
- Uncontrolled bowel movements
- Breastfeeding problems
- Urination problems
When should I go to the GYN Emergent Care Center?
If you experience any of these post-partum symptoms, it is suggested to walk-in to our GYN Emergent Care Center immediately for examination and treatment. Our medical team is available 24/7 to assist you in case of any post-partum complications.
Call us 855 376 2496 or chat with our team.