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OB Health Education and Advocacy

OB Health Advocate: your partner in good health and pregnancy

Having a baby is one of the most personal journeys a woman can take in her life. You want someone who not only has the knowledge to answer your questions and allay your fears but someone who is truly invested in your physical and mental well-being throughout your pregnancy and delivery.

 

Integrative Wellness is one of the few practices where you can experience the personal care offered by an OB Health Advocate.

Brittany Randolph, our OB Health Advocate, is a trained and certified DONA doula, a Lamaze trained and Prodoula certified childbirth educator and has been a personal trainer for over 16 years. She has specialized certifications in prenatal and postpartum personal training and in postpartum issues such as Diastasis Recti and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. Randolph is here to be your resource and partner for a healthy pregnancy.

You can make an appointment to see Brittany, and she is also available to answer your questions by phone anytime between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The contact number is a direct line, so you don’t have to go through the front desk and anxiously wait for a return call.

Brittany Randolph
Brittany Randolph

OB Health Advocate: Your partner in good health and pregnancy

Having a baby is one of the most personal journeys a woman can take in her life. You want someone who not only has the knowledge to answer your questions and allay your fears but someone who is truly invested in your physical and mental wellbeing throughout your pregnancy and birth.

Integrative Health is one of the few practices where you can experience the personal care offered by an OB Health Advocate.

Our first Obstetrics Health Advocate, Paula Adam, RN, has been a NICU nurse for 15 years and a group fit instructor/trainer for 14 years. She is a New Zealand Registered Nurse with a California license. More than a member of the staff, Adams is here to be your resource and partner for a healthy pregnancy.

Brittany Randolph, our second OB Health Advocate, is a trained and certified DONA doula, a Lamaze trained and Prodoula certified childbirth educator and has been a personal trainer for over 16 years. She has specialized certifications in prenatal and postpartum personal training and in postpartum issues such as Diastisis Recti and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.

You can make an appointment to see Paula or Brittany, and they are also available to answer your questions by phone anytime between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The contact number is a direct line, so you don’t have to go through the front desk and anxiously wait for a return call.

Brittany Randolph
Brittany Randolph

Our OB Health Advocate takes appointments/calls about:

  • Nutrition counseling
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Labor anticipation (prepping hospital bag, related questions)
  • Braxton Hicks questions
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Labor anticipation (prepping hospital bag, related questions)
  • Braxton hicks questions
  • Breathing techniques for labor
  • Birth plans
  • High-risk pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Breathing techniques for labor
  • Birth plans
  • High-risk pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding

During your pregnancy and delivery, our advocates are there to address your concerns, large or small, and help you grow your confidence as a pregnant woman planning for delivery and as a new mother.

She is able to:

  • Help you make decisions about your birthing plan, including whether or not to use anesthesia, special requests for labor and delivery (such as the use of an IV or catheter, the use of oxytocin to induce or augment contractions or the use of interventions such as forceps), preferences for newborn care and more.
  • Help you plan and monitor your nutritional needs and exercise during your pregnancy.
  • Help you and your partner understand what to expect during labor
  • Provide trusted resources of information for self-education.
  • Offer emotional support during the highs and lows and anxiety of pregnancy.

 

Thriving Relationships Foster Healthy Babies and Healthy Mothers.

Thriving Relationships Foster Healthy Babies and Healthy Mothers.

We are developing obstetrics health education programs/classes for:

  • Childbirth Education
  • Lactation Support
  • Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy
  • Managing Gestational Diabetes
  • Healthy/Safe exercise for pregnant women
Obstetrics at Integrative Wellness

Pregnancy and childbirth are magical, yet worrisome times. Integrative Wellness wants your whole birth experience to be fulfilling, from the excitement of a positive pregnancy test until you hold your baby (or babies!) in your arms and through your recovery. We offer:

  • Preconception care
  • Prenatal care
  • Multiples birth
  • Preconception care
  • Prenatal care
  • Multiples birth
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Advanced maternal age
  • Postpartum depression
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Advanced maternal age
  • Postpartum depression

Our goal is a healthy mother and a thriving baby through your pregnancy, labor and delivery. The expert, individualized, and personalized care at Integrative Wellness means we listen to you and take your concerns seriously. We want you to be informed and confident while making your pregnancy a fulfilling experience.

We also prepare mothers to be flexible. Your health and your baby’s health are always the top priority. If your birth doesn’t go exactly to plan, you’ll be more aware of what the options are for a safe delivery and why those changes may have to be made.

We want every woman to have the most satisfying birth experience possible, from pregnancy and into motherhood. We’re excited to offer this healthy pregnancy option to the women we serve. We are here to support you and your pregnancy every day, every step of the way.

 

“Being a resource for women during such a special time in their lives is fulfilling to me. I especially love being able to reassure expectant mothers so that they are able to enjoy being pregnant.”– Brittany Randolph, OB Health Advocate