Specialized Care for New Moms

Northwestern Medicine
Women's Health October 16, 2012
Meredith Welsh and her husband anxiously awaited the arrival of their first child late last year. She gave birth to her daughter in November; following the delivery, Welsh was told that she had a severe laceration due to her prolonged labor process. It was then that her obstetrician suggested she visit the Northwestern Medicine Helping Healing After Delivery Clinic.

Two female obstetricians doctorsDesigned to help new moms receive specialized care sooner than a standard six-week postpartum appointment, Northwestern’s Helping Healing After Delivery Clinic is a unique program in Chicago focused on the postpartum care of women who experience pelvic floor ailments.
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