The journey through pregnancy is full of exciting, joyful, nerve-wracking, tired, and unique moments. From the moment you see those two pink lines, you work hard to be a wonderful mom by getting prenatal care, researching baby gear, and staying fit and healthy. Sometimes, though, the choices are overwhelming and you don’t know where to start. We’re here to help you find all of the best services in and around Westchester County to help you through your pregnancy. Please support our sponsors!
Receive a complimentary 8×10 print with the mention of Westchester County Mom.
New customers will receive their first prenatal massage for $79 with the mention of Westchester County Mom.
Westmed’s OBGYN team is nationally recognized for delivering expert service in all areas of women’s health. Their highly-skilled team of obstetricians, gynecologists, certified midwives, lactation consultants, and other professionals support patients through general well care, pregnancy, or treatment of gynecologic conditions.
Full Circle is a nurturing, healing environment where practitioners from both conventional and alternative medicines are dedicated to serving the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. They offer midwife care, gynecological care, breastfeeding support, acupuncture, massage, yoga, reiki, psychotherapy, and fertility counseling, as well as support and information groups.
Phelps Medical’s obstetricians and gynecologists have expertise in all aspects of OB/GYN medicine, including fertility, as well as pregnancy risks and complications. In addition, they offer family planning, pregnancy tests, regular obstetric examinations, breast health, and care during labor and delivery.
Women can deliver their babies at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital’s Maternity Center, which features birthing and lactation classes, comfortable labor and delivery suites, private rooms with baths, and a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The hospital is one of the few in the state to allow water births.
At Scarsdale Medical Group, they manage every aspect of women’s health with physicians devoted to your well-being. Physicians provide comprehensive care from your first well woman visit to menopause management and every stage in between.
At White Plains Hospital, they believe that your choice of an Obstetrician-Gynecologist is highly personal, and it is very important that you select a physician or caregiver whose approach to healthcare matches your own. They recognize that for many women, their Ob/Gyn specialist is their best ally for preventive care, including routine annual breast exams, pelvic exams and Pap smears, which can detect health problems early or simply provide the assurance of good health.
Whether you are planning a home birth, water birth, hospital birth, or scheduled cesarean section, Northeast Doulas will provide you with the judgment-free educational, physical, and emotional support that you deserve!
Offering birth and postpartum doula services as well as childbirth education classes to the Hudson Valley and surrounding area. These areas include Dutchess County, Orange County, Putnum County, Rockland County, Cortlandt, and Yorktown areas of Westchester County.
Joyce is here to help guide you through the process of birth by educating and nurturing families, especially women, to make better choices for their own and family’s wellbeing. Her goal as a doula is to support the journey that you choose.
Rebecca provides compassionate support to all women. She reminds her clients that there are no wrong choices when it comes to parenting; only you are an expert on your child.
A prenatal massage designed with the comfort of the mother-to-be as well as the safety of your baby. All therapists have an advanced certification in Prenatal Massage.
They focus on providing treatments that are naturally, as well as therapeutically, soothing. Their goal is to bring you comfort and tranquility while making you feel beautiful in the body you’re in.
Techniques and positioning designed specifically to help relieve pregnancy’s combination of “discomforts,” including leg-cramping, sciatica, and lower back pain. Massages are done in the side-line position, and you must be past your first trimester.