The Postpartum Difference

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Why you want a Postpartum Placenta Specialist

You've decided to have your placenta encapsulated and are excited to begin looking for a professional who specializes in placenta encapsulation.

There are many factors to go into choosing the right placenta encapsulator. Some things to consider when interviewing your placenta professional would be what method they practice, whether they encapsulate in your home, as well as the training and certification process they've been through. But what about their abilities to offer postpartum support?

A Postpartum Placenta Specialist is uniquely trained to not only encapsulate your placenta, but offer support during the early postpartum period.

Many new parents have question about the healing process after birth, breastfeeding, baby's sleep habits and don't know where to turn or who to ask. The internet is in constant contradiction while family and friends come with their own opinions. Your Postpartum Placenta Specialist is a safe place to ask questions and get judgement free support. From the basics of breastfeeding to helping figure out why baby is so fussy, your Postpartum Placenta Specialist can offer physical, emotional and educational support.

Overnight Placenta

Childbirth is hard work and staying in a hospital can be uncomfortable and make it difficult to get good rest. And bringing home a baby without the safety net of the nurses can seem stressful. Ensure that you can get a good nights rest with overnight care. When you schedule your placenta encapsulation services, why not schedule a good nights sleep? All of our Postpartum Placenta Specialists are dual trained as Postpartum Doulas to support all your needs.