October is nationally recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. In Addison County, you’ll find many healthcare providers that offer women’s health services. Today, MiniBury is spotlighting one of those providers: Tapestry Midwifery and Women’s Health. Whether your daughter has recently graduated from the pediatricians office, you’ve found out you’re pregnant (hooray!) or you’ve just moved into town and need a new provider, Tapestry can help.
Tapestry is a small, personable office with three practicing midwives offering expert care to expectant mammas as well as women’s health. The cozy office offers a comfortable, child and breastfeeding friendly space for patients. The midwives offer a full scope of well-woman care, from annual exams and Paps, to birth control counseling, to menopause management and beyond. Want to know more, check out their website at www.tapestrymidwifery.com. Wondering what a midwife does? Watch the video below:
Here’s what current patients said when asked to sum up their Tapestry experiences:
“I wanted a practice that would take the time to get to know me, my family and my needs and that is exactly why I chose Tapestry. Martha, Heather and Anita along with the rest of the staff at Tapestry are wonderfully warm, caring and supportive. They really made me feel like I was part of their family and I would not have wanted it any other way for the delivery of my three children.” -Lori
“I love Tapestry so much I can’t seem to sum it up in so few words. They’re so special to me. When we found out I was pregnant with our first child I knew I wanted my entire experience, from pregnancy to birth, to be positive, natural, and enjoyable. I found what I was looking for, and so much more, at Tapestry Midwifery. I was surrounded by the knowledge, care and comfort of midwives, but the security of giving birth at a hospital. Tapestry has provided me with two of the most amazing and wonderful experiences of my life, and we’re thrilled to be back with #3!” -M.D.