Tongue Tie Assessments

Tongue Tie Assessments: With a referral from your Family Doctor, Midwife, Nurse Practitioner or community Lactation Consultant, we can assess for anterior tongue ties on babies 4 weeks of age of less. Our physicians are able to release newborn anterior tongue ties when indicated. This service is covered by OHIP for Ontario residents with a […]

Returning to Work/School as a Breastfeeding Mom

Breastfeeding is important for you and your baby. Breastfeeding is possible when you return to work or school. The longer you continue to give your baby breast milk the more protection you both get. The recommendation is to breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months with continued breastfeeding after the introduction of foods to 2 […]

Breast Milk Storage

Are you pumping‪‎‬ your milk for your baby? Maybe you are heading out once in a while for an exercise class or a family member would like to help with the occasional feeding. Do you have low milk supply and are needing to increase it, or are having some breastfeeding challenges which are requiring supplements? […]

Should I Exercise While Pregnant?

According to the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC), most women can exercise moderately in pregnancy doing aerobic or strength conditioning exercises. Exercise does NOT increase risks of bad outcomes in the healthy pregnancy. Are there risks if I don’t exercise? Yes, there are risks to consider if NOT exercising.  These include: loss […]

Importance of Tummy Time

  To help lower the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), a healthy baby should be placed on his back to sleep. HOWEVER it is also very important for a baby to have time while awake on his tummy. Tummy time is important for your baby’s healthy development. You can put your baby on […]