The holiday season brings with it intense travel, crowded shops and festive social events. The holiday period can sometimes be a time of frenetic activity filled with familial obligations, shopping trips and extensive socializing.
Health is a blessing that we should always cherish. It's not something that will come to us quickly, but if we put in the work and live a healthy lifestyle, it can be attained with time. Many inspiring quotes about health and life help motivate people to g
Naturopaths are healthcare providers who focus on natural, holistic treatments for their patients. They offer various services such as nutritional counseling and naturopathic medicine to help people live healthier lives. Here are five essential health tips
A lot of decisions go into pregnancy, the waiting, and the giving birth. If you are an expectant mom, you need to learn all there is to know about the various medical interventions involved in giving birth. Then decide which ones you prefer or which ones y
One of the most important changes in a woman's body during pregnancy is an increase in blood volume. Therefore, pregnant women should make sure to consume a sufficient amount of iron-rich foods during pregnancy. There is a great relationship between iron a
A doula is your source of information, comfort, and support before the birth, during, and even after your baby is born. Although not trained medically -- that’s the work of your OB-GYN or midwife -- a doula can help you better understand medical terms and
An OB-GYN (also known as an obstetrician-gynecologist) is a doctor that specializes in women's health. They are trained specifically in areas of health that are exclusive for women, making them the best people to visit with women's health questions.
Are you putting off getting a regular pap smear because you are afraid the test will come back abnormal? This is a common fear that many women have that prevents them from taking proactive steps for their health.
Most people have heard of a Pap Smear, but not as many know why we do them. Today we’ll answer some common questions we get on Paps, and why they are so important! This is the continued post that correlates directly with the previous Pap Smear post!
The last post to our post partum mood disorder, will highlight any minute detail we had missed in the first two posts. We are addressing with care the steps to take during our recovery and how our expecting mothers can be ahead of the game.
This is a continuation of an original post, giving recommendations on taking care of Post Partum mood disorder. This short post will highlight the significance of getting in touch with your provider as soon as possible to help implement a wellness plan.
This post is going to highlight key factors on postpartum mood disorders. It will help walk you through, what to do, what to look out for and when to make an appointment. This blog post will be the first of a couple to thoroughly walk you through it all!
Understanding the iron in your body when you're pregnant is important. This post goes into detail on signs to look out for and helpful tips to how your diet can contribute to a healthy iron count. Read on to learn more!
True Harmony wants to dive in head first for your breast health. In this post, we will be reviewing when to look into making an appointment with breast exams. Your breast health is very important and we want to make sure you're taking the right steps!
Your pregnancy test came back positive! You are probably wondering what happens next, and when you should get started with your prenatal care. At True Harmony, our OB and midwifery team are excited to meet you and get you started on your pregnancy journey!
If you are starting to think about pregnancy, whether that be in a few months, a few years, or just “sometime in the future,” then there are already steps you can take to prepare in order to set yourself up for a healthy pregnancy!
Many patients ask, "What the difference is between a 3D and 4D ultrasound?" We at the Center for True Harmony are always happy to help! Understanding the difference between the two is pretty simple. Let's take a look!
There are so many options available for contraception- pills, IUDs, implants, shots, rings, etc. While having many options is great, making a decision about which one to choose can be daunting! Your providers at True Harmony are happy to help!
Planning on coming in for a 3D/4D ultrasound? True Harmony offers 3D/4D fun ultrasounds to not only our patients, but non-patients as well! When is the best time during your pregnancy to get this done? Let's take a look!
We at the Center for True Harmony love to provide our patients pregnancy related information as well as tips for relief. Here's a fun one - nausea! This pregnancy symptom is very common and can be remedied.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Fibroids are growths that form inside or on the walls of the uterus. They are most common in women between the ages of 30 to 50, with an estimated 20-80% of females developing fibroids before menopause.
Our midwife Avery Klepacki, CNM is all about patient education! Hear her take on restless legs in pregnancy, the connection is has with your body, and suggestions on improving this common pregnancy symptom.
It’s that time of year again (as our weather apps continue to remind us!). The temperature is creeping up and the sun is certainly not letting us forget about it. Here are some tips to keep you and baby healthy this time of year:
As people are nearing their due date, or have even gone past it, we often get the question “is there anything I can do to get things going!?” The short answer is yes, and no. We are True Harmony are happy to help!
The Center for True Harmony is a firm believer on keeping your mind and body healthy, and sharing tips on what you can do to help. The Coronavirus is a current event that is a top headline and we would like to share with you what we know!
It is very common for our office to order ultrasounds so that we can determine what the underlying cause could be for your gynecological concerns. A provider can order a TA ultrasound, TV ultrasound, or both!
We are happy to announce that starting in April we will be offering pregnancy/childbirth preparation classes for our patients! There will be two classes taught by two of our midwives – Avery Klepacki and Kassi Sefton.
Can I bring my child to an ultrasound?
The answer to this is, YES!
An ultrasound of your unborn child is one of the most exciting visits you get to experience during pregnancy. True Harmony welcomes family members to join!
Near the end of their pregnancy, a common concern at the end of their appointment is, “how dilated am I?” While dilation is an important part of the process, there are many other pieces that contribute to your cervix getting ready for labor and birth.
There are so many things to learn about your little one and they have yet to be born! One of the many interesting questions is, how is baby getting air? Here at True Harmony, we got you covered, and are here to answer any question you might have!
We at the Center for True Harmony hold on strongly to the path of self healing. One of the many ways to self healing is medical aromatherapy. Discover the beautiful benefits of Mother Nature's many wonders!
Being a new mom while still taking on day-to-day task can sound like a handful. Running errands is no longer an in and out event. Here are some recommendations from True Harmony that will make your outings with baby a little less stressful!
When people think of the start of labor, many people assume that it's like the movies. We at True Harmony strive to educate and prepare our patients for the birth of their little one. Here we can get you prepared for the early labor.
Getting ready for the delivery of your baby is exciting, emotional, and let's be honest, sometimes very overwhelming! True Harmony can help with packing and give you an idea of what should be in your hospital bag on your special day.