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Claire Sommers Buck Designs One Tool to Enhance Your Mindfulness Practice

Claire Sommers Buck I met Claire in New Braunfels, TX. This is where we both grew up. Her and my sister (two years younger) were on the same basketball team in grade school and Claire’s dad was the coach. That is at least 15 years ago.   Claire’s family is …

Dealing with a Birth Injury: Symphysis Pubic Dysfunction

Over the past few years, I’ve been introduced to symphysis pubic dysfunction a handful of times. Yes, I’ve read about it and been tested on SPD in school, but I must say the real life version sucks a whole lot more. None of the cases were the same except for …

Let’s Play, What Would YOU Do?

Women’s choices are often times limited by what is available within their city. This is especially true in rural America where there may only be one general practitioner or one midwife. Some women will pack and move to a different city, state, country in order to birth the way they …

Common Movements for Breech Babies

Last week I had a patient come see me based on her doctor’s recommendation. The client was 27 weeks and her doctor mentioned that her baby was breech. Not a big deal because most babies will continue to move around until they begin to run out of room (around 37-39 weeks). …

Childbirth Aid Provides Shortcut, Problems

And, in other news, we have the first device that will open a woman’s cervix and pull the baby out, ready or not! I’ve been a little in shock of the media headlines lately. I think I had to pick my jaw up off the ground when I actually came …

The Uterus is Pretty Awesome.

“There is no other organ quite like the uterus. If men had such an organ they would brag about it. So should we.” -Ina May Gaskin   The uterus is a female organ in which the growing fetus develops. One end of the uterus opens to the cervix and indirectly …