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Midwives are the experts in alternative childbearing. Nile OB/GYN & Midwife Services in Alpharetta and Johns Creek offer the very best in women’s care. The focus of midwifery care is to promote the natural progression of labor and to use obstetrical interventions only when needed. The midwifery model views pregnancy and birth as a normal and healthy function of a woman’s body. The Certified Nurse-Midwife offers personalized care that puts the woman in charge. Midwives provide extensive information and education, thereby empowering the woman and her family.
Midwives provide holistic care. Midwives are not only concerned with physical health but also with a woman’s emotional and spiritual health. They refer to other health and social service providers when necessary and co-manage care when needed. Other providers may include medical doctors, psychotherapists, homeopathic practitioners, chiropractors, massage therapists, herbalists, acupuncturists, childbirth educators, nutritionists, doulas, hypnotherapists, lactation consultants, and others. When seeking all-encompassing, comprehensive Roswell OB/GYN care, NILE OB/GYN & Midwife Services meets and exceeds expectations.
Alternative Birthing Methods Offered at Alpharetta and Roswell OB/GYN Centers
NILE offers a wide range of services for Alpharetta and Roswell needs. We believe that birth parents have the right to explore alternative birthing choices such as natural (epidural-free), waterbirth, hypnotherapy, Bradley or a family-centered c-section.
Our Alpharetta and Johns Creek Certified Nurse-Midwives lavish patients with personal attention. They focus on education, preparation of predetermined birth plans and counseling to help expectant mothers and their loved ones experience the miracle of birth in the least stressful environment possible.
Alpharetta and Johns Creek Midwife Care
Johns Creek and Alpharetta midwifery care involves the careful use of technology. Midwives believe in the natural ability of each woman to give birth in her own unique way. However, sometimes there are concerns. The midwife sometimes may discuss possible complications with the obstetricians or other health care providers to ensure that the mother and baby have access to technology and high-risk specialists when needed. Midwives refer women to the physician for assessment and treatment of high-risk problems.
For more information about midwifery in the Alpharetta area, visit http://www.atlantamidwifebirth.com.