United States - Pleasant Grove
My name is Shauna Sage and I am a direct entry midwife in Utah county, Utah. I have a deep commitment to womens and childrens health that I feel starts with a safe and serene birth. In my care, I strive for the empathetic care of each mother, as well as knowledgeable and skilled midwifery expertise. I have studied under some of the most experienced and knowledgeable midwives in the region and continue to add to my education and skills. I feel that safety is of the utmost importance as well as comfort in a healthy birth experience. To achieve a peace filled birth you need to have trust in your body, trust in your midwife and trust in your birth environment. Please feel free to contact me I look forward to meeting with you soon!
PH# (801) 687-3843
What qualifications would you recommend
Training and expertise
*Trained under veteran midwives
*Women centered midwifery care
*Neonatal Infant and Adult CPR trained
*Fetal Heart monitoring trained
*Doula and Monatrice experience
*Natural inductions and labor stimulation
*Alternative Infertility Treatments
*Compassionate and Emotionally Supportive
*Alternative Comfort measures and pain reducing oils and herbs
What institution would help get these skills?
I trained under Melody Pendleton of Maple Mountain Midwives and have worked with many other midwives in the area. Some of my skills include perineum message and expert mother care to prevent tears and complications. Should the need arise I can comfortably give an IV and suture. I learned both water birth and alternative birthing positions while working wither my preceptors. I have the ability to adapt to and stay calm in any situation is. I feel a deep desire to
further my skills and education so I can give the best care possible to my clients and am currently pursuing a nursing degree.
Extra information about your business?
Homebirth can be a safe beautiful experience for both mother and baby. Research has shown that for low risk mothers giving birth at home poses less risk them in a hospital environment where exposure to bacteria and viruses can compromise a healthy baby, interventions pile up greater risk for surgical birth, and mothers wishes and family bonding time is ignored!
How do people contact you?
If you want to contact me, make an appointment, or ask a question, you may call her at (801) 687-3843.
0r you may e-mail me with any questions or requests at any time. Please allow 2-4 days for a reply, if you are in labor please call dont e-mail .