Lactation

Lactation Counseling
Personalized sessions to help parents plan and reach their breastfeeding or bodyfeeding goals. 

  • Breastfeeding Education (Prenatal or Postpartum)

  • Infant Nutrition 

  • Latching techniques 

  • Nipple or breast pain

  • Breast pump usage 

  • Breastfeeding positions

  • Establishing a milk supply

  • Hand expression

  • Supplemental Nursing Systems

  • Storing Breastmilk

  • Breastfeeding multiples

  • Baby led bottle feeding

  • Preparing for return to work

Services

Kavisa Nourishing Justly - Breastfeeding

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weight gain patterns, an observation and assessment a breastfeeding session, a customized care plan, a report to your health care provider(s) and phone/text/email follow up.

Sliding scale with suggested price $120*

Follow-up/Specific Concern (45 minutes)
Follow Up after an initial session to reassess progress and adjust care plan or to address a specific concern such as preparing for your return to work.


Sliding scale with suggested price $60*

General Lactation  Questions (30 minutes)
Phone or video conference call to discuss your general breastfeeding questions. 

Sliding scale with suggested price: $40*


Gift Certificates
Give an expectant or new parent the gift of personalized lactation support. A great baby shower gift. Contact Kavisa for more details.

 

*Notes:

  • Sliding scale to provide care for all families regardless of financial means. Families utilizing WIC or Medicaid can receive 75% off. Please contact Kavisa with specifics.

  • Payment is due at the start of your appointment.

  • For clients more than 30 minutes from Natomas, Sacramento a $50 travel fee may apply. 

  • Most breastfeeding challenges can be managed with a counseling session and care plan. However, if a specific condition is determined to be preventing breastfeeding, an IBCLC or medical specialist referral will be given.

Initial Session (1.5 hours)
Detailed health history review for you and your baby, current breastfeeding patterns and concerns, baby’s