Lauren Bernazza and Courtney Busha-Lopez
Doulas of ATL offers mindful and inclusive support in Metro Atlanta by way of birth and postpartum doula support, childbirth education, twin prep class, perinatal yoga, and birth blessing ceremony.
We work in a partnership model to offer the most sustainable practice to our clients, all through a lens of compassionate and evidence-based care.
We support families in home births, as well as attend births at Atlanta Birth Center and Wellstar Hospitals.
We are a pelvic floor physical therapy clinic specializing in pregnancy and postpartum care. We help women reduce pain during pregnancy, stop peeing their pants with exercise and guide them through each stage of postpartum healing.
Connect Pelvic Health offers individualized support for pregnancy aches and pain, preparation for delivery, and postpartum recovery. We also offer sessions including ultrasound for clogged ducts and mastitis.
Prenatal Yoga is also held at the clinic on Saturday mornings.
Dr. Brandie Freeman, DPT holds and Advanced Pelvic Health Certification and is a Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist. She has also completed additional coursework in visceral mobilization for the gastrointestinal and urinary systems, dry needling for orthopedic and pelvic floor concerns, post-surgical rehabilitation, trauma-informed care, and sexual function from Herman and Wallace and other organizations. She has studied in person with leaders in perinatal and pelvic physical therapy in Arizona, Colorado, California, Louisiana, Florida, and Oregon to bring the best care to her patients in Acworth, Georgia.
Rebecca Goldberg, PT, DPT
I work with pregnant and post partum individuals providing individualized and dedicated care. I want to help you manage pregnancy aches and pains; continue to participate in the activities you love including weight lifting, crossfit, and pilates; and be informed and prepared for the labor and delivery you want.After your birth, I can come to your home within 24 hours and help you have a positive and safe start to your postpartum journey, guiding you from those first days on so that you don't have to guess or google what is safe or normal.
Postpartum and recovery from pregnancy and delivery doesn't end at 6 weeks, but that doesn't mean you have to accept your body as it is at that 6 week mark. I can guide you back to the activities that brought you joy before pregnancy and address any issues including leaking (pee or poop), prolapse, pain with sex, diastasis, back pain or more.
I help parents create attainable solutions so that they can reconnect with what makes them happy and rediscover their best selves.
BADT Full Spectrum Doula and Ehlers Danlos Society Disability Rights Advocate, Birth Dance Instructor & Massage Therapist. Disability and LGBTQI+ Specialty! Personalized Childbirth Education classes. Weekly Virtual Birth Dance + CBE combo classes.