Breastfeeding Help *Insurance Accepted!* In-Person Local and Nationwide Telehealth Available

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Struggling with breastfeeding? We help families nationwide!


Questions? Call us 512-765-9959 today!

**For information on prenatal consults, please click here **



1. Order Your Consultation Online. *Unsure if your insurance will cover your appointment? Input your insurance information HERE and we'll verify your benefits.*

2. A Member of Our Team Will Call You to Schedule Your Consult.

3. Meet with One of Our International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs) In-Person or via HIPAA Secure Video.


What Does IBCLC Mean?

The International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) certification is recognized as the Gold Standard for health professionals working with breastfeeding women. IBCLCs have passed a fully accredited examination set by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). Prerequisites for the board examination include thousands of hours of clinical work and educational credits in Anatomy & Physiology, Cultural Diversity, Psychology & Counseling, Child Development, and Nutrition. All IBCLCs are required to provide evidence-based lactation support and adhere to the IBLCE’s Professional Standards.


What Happens in a Lactation Visit?

Video: What Happens in a Lactation VisitFirst-Time Visit This comprehensive visit takes about 2 hours and includes:

  • Mother and baby health history including birth and breastfeeding experience
  • Physical assessment of mother’s breasts and baby’s oral anatomy
  • Weight check for baby, including pre- and post-feeding weights
  • A clinical evaluation of the baby’s feeding including hands-on assistance
  • A written personalized care plan
  • A written report for your healthcare providers (OB/GYN, midwife and pediatrician)

Follow-Up Visit(s) may be recommended and usually take 1 - 1.5 hours to assess progress and update care plan as needed.

Video Lactation Consultations are available for quick check-ins, going back to work and pump teaching, some simple latch issues, and for general breastfeeding questions.  Click here to learn more about video consults.



Cedar Park Office Location:

301 Brushy Creek Suite 106, Cedar Park, Texas 78613 512-765-9959


Why Get Help?

Breastfeeding doesn't always come naturally and can be very challenging, especially in the early weeks. A Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) can help you overcome these struggles, keep you and your baby healthy, and guide you on the road to reaching your breastfeeding goals.

Here are a few reasons to seek assistance from an IBCLC:

  • Milk supply concerns including low milk supply, oversupply, and weaning support.
  • Breast and nipple pain, nipple trauma, mastitis, engorgement, plugged ducts, and thrush.
  • Returning to work and pumping assistance including pump fit evaluation, making the most out of your breast pump, storage and handling of breast milk, pumping at work and your rights, pumping schedule for returning to work, tips on offering your baby a bottle.
  • Special concerns such as adoption and induced lactation, lactation after infant loss, colic/reflux, food allergies/sensitivities, unresolved fussiness, prematurity, multiples and tandem nursing and medical/anatomical issues.
  • Baby weight concerns such as slow weight gain, poor growth, and supplemental feeds.
  • Latch concerns such as infant not latching, suck dysfunction, oral motor issues, tongue/lip tie, structural concerns and breast or bottle refusal.
  • Older baby concerns such as the ABC's of starting solids, nutrition/growth concerns, sleep concerns, distraction, teething and weaning.

Whatever your concerns, reach out! We're here for you.


HIPAA Secure Video Consults Available Nationwide!

In-Person Consults Available in the Following Areas: Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Bee Caves, Lakeway, Pflugerville, Liberty Hill, Jonestown, Lago Vista, Temple, Williamson County, Travis County, Volente, Brushy Creek, Hutto, Taylor, Manor, Temple, Florence, Elgin, Kyle, Buda, South Austin

Author : Diba Tillery RN, BSN, IBCLC, CPST