Are you unsure whether or not you could benefit from a private visit with an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)?
Contact Ancient Harmony and together we can determine if your situation warrants an in-home appointment. Please call (303) 731-6657 or email Sara@Ancient-Harmony.com for a complimentary initial discussion about your concerns.
All consultations are scheduled on an individual basis.
Sara is an in-network provider with Aetna, Cofinity, and Midlands Choice.
Initial Private Consultation: $140
This in-home visit will include a thorough discussion of your unique breastfeeding situation and expectations. Sara will take an extensive medical history of both you and your child, observe a typical feeding session, establish a customized care plan, discuss how follow-up care will proceed, and send reports to health care providers of both you and your baby.
If indicated, this visit will also include an assessment of your baby’s oral anatomy. Great care will be taken to ensure that any intervention or physical assessment is done as gently and respectfully as possible.
Follow-Up Private Consultations: $70
These in-home visits will include an in-depth discussion of how breastfeeding is progressing, observation of a typical feeding session, and reassessment of your care plan.
All private consultations will take place in the comfort of your own home. For families outside the Denver Metro Area, extra travel fees may apply.
Payment via cash, check, HSA, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover is expected at time of service.
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