Dr. Sneha Gazi
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist - Serves in Hudson county, NJ
Dr. Sneha Gazi, PT, DPT is the owner of Sneha Physical Therapy, an in-home and telehealth physical therapy practice in New York and New Jersey. Her passion is to improve quality of life by decreasing bodily pain and dysfunction. Dr. Gazi graduated from Columbia University's Doctorate in Physical Therapy and practices therapeutic manual therapies and evidence based exercises to help hundreds of women, men, and children get back to doing all the things they love. She specializes in pelvic floor physical therapy and enjoys treating women with pregnancy-related issues such as incontinence, back pain, and pelvic pain. To give back to the community, and to the world, she began a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Physical Therapy International Foundation, to bring free PT services globally to underserved populations while teaching students in PT doctoral programs across the United States.
Dr. Katherine Pace
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist - Serves in Westfield, NJ
Dr. Katherine Pace has been a physical therapist since 2008. She became extremely passionate about helping patients with pelvic floor issues because of her son’s journey with pelvic health as well as her own issues while pregnant. She has built her practice, HAVEN PELVIC PHYSICAL THERAPY, to provide a safe and comfortable environment where pelvic floor issues are always taken seriously and rehabilitated in the most efficient and best way possible.
Nutritionist - Serves Virtually
Jenn Trepeck is described as a “force of nature" in the wellness space. She is an Optimal Health Coach, Podcaster and Business Consultant. After graduating from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Jenn founded Better Life Now LLC while working full time in hedge funds. After over a decade of coaching clients, Jenn started Salad with a Side of Fries Podcast to help pay it forward and reach a larger audience to teach the nutrition education we are all supposed to know but no one ever taught us. Jenn implements revenue generating wellness programs in doctors' offices, salons and spas to further expand impact and help change the state of healthcare as a Certified Transitions Lifestyle Coach and Consultant with nutraMetrix Custom Health Solutions. When not hunkered-down at home during a pandemic, Jenn is typically working out at Physique57, discovering hidden gem restaurants in NYC or traveling to spend time with friends and family.
Daisy Rey Photography
Maternity & Motherhood Photographer - Serves Hudson County, NJ
Daisy Rey is a portrait photographer from French and African descent. After 10 years in the entertainment industry in Paris, she moved to New York in 2013 where she discovered a new passion, photography. On a mission to connect and capture the strength and beauty of every woman; Daisy specializes in artistic maternity portraits, boudoir collections and studio portraits.
Located in Weehawken, NJ, Daisy Rey Photography Intimates promises a transformative experience in a safe and comfortable environment where she will capture your essence in the most beautiful way - resulting in artistic images you’ll cherish for the rest of your life.
Le Leche League
Breastfeeding is natural, but it does not always come naturally. LLL offers breastfeeding support to all who want to breastfeed. Whether you are working or home with your baby, La Leche League can help you reach your breastfeeding goals.
La Leche League helps families by:
- Providing free meetings led by volunteer Leaders who are experienced with breastfeeding and are accredited by La Leche League International.
- Offering support between meetings for breastfeeding challenges, such as positioning and latch, being sure your baby is getting enough milk, soreness, pumping and milk storage, and so much more!
- Helping parents learn about the ages and stages of breastfeeding.
- Creating a community of support by bringing breastfeeding families together.
To find a local LLL near you visit lllusa.org
Birth Injury Center
Support and Assistance for Birth Injuries
Birth Injury Center is a resource hub for children and their families who have been affected by injuries at birth. They can help people research and educate themselves on the different forms of birth issues as well as help those in need by providing them with referrals and resources for assistance.
Support and Resources for PPD
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious mood disorder. Women who develop PPD have feelings of intense sadness, worry and exhaustion following childbirth. PPD is extremely common, and you should not feel ashamed or alone. Approximately one in seven women can expect to experience depression in the year following childbirth. Fortunately, this disorder is treatable.
This website provides information about symptoms, support groups, treatment and much more to help give you the resources you need. Your mental health is just as important as your physical health, so let’s make sure are truly being taken care of.
Infant Risk Center
Answering Medication Questions
Each year, 4.3 million mothers will give birth to an infant in the U.S. and 76% go on to breastfeed their infant. Essentially all of them will take at least one medication during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Their center receives up to 75 calls per day from everywhere in the world. Their purpose is to help moms have safe pregnancies, and safe breastfeeding while using medications. Feel free to call them with any questions or concerns you may have.
Phone Number: 806-352-2519 Call 8am-5pm CST Monday-Friday
Find a Doula (or other birth workers) Near You
Join this Facebook group to help you locate a birth worker near you. Every pregnancy is different, which also means everyone’s labor experiences will be different. The choice is up to you on how you want to give birth, so this is a great space to help guide you on the birth journey that will fit your needs.
The Recovery Village
Pregnancy and Substance Abuse
The Recovery Village of Ridgefield is passionate about educating pregnant women about the dangers of alcohol and drug use while pregnant. They've created educational Pregnancy & Substance Abuse resource guides and support for women looking for help. The ARS mission is always ready to equip people and their families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and find lifelong recovery. The Recovery Village is always dedicated to meeting the need for high-quality, effective treatment in our community.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance
Support for CP
Cerebral Palsy Guidance is a comprehensive online resource for parents and families of children with cerebral palsy. Our website contains information ranging from medical to advice on pregnancy, treatment/therapy, aging, education and more.
- Who We Serve: Parents and children with cerebral palsy.
- Location: National with HQ in upstate NY.
- Facebook: Cerebral Palsy Guidance
Mesothelioma Hope is a free informational resource covering the topic of mesothelioma, a rare cancer caused by asbestos. We guide families and patients toward appropriate medical, legal, and mental health services, including ones geared toward children.
A cancer diagnosis can be very difficult for a family to navigate. It can be especially difficult to tell your child that their loved one has terminal cancer. That said, there are many ways to support your children as they face the challenge of a sick loved one. Learn more about tips you can use when talking to your children about cancer www.mesotheliomahope.com/resources/children/.
Serving clients across Scotch Plains, Westfield, Watchung, Summit, New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Cranford, Clark, Millburn, Chatham, South Orange, Plainfield, Jersey City, Hoboken, and the surrounding areas.