Columbia Pregnancy and Postpartum Resource Guide

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Pregnancy and postpartum can be both an exciting phase of motherhood and an intimidating one. We hope this guide helps answer some of the endless questions on the minds of new and expectant moms. Special thanks to the featured sponsors and businesses that helped us bring this resource to Columbia moms!

Cord Blood Registry®

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Your baby’s umbilical cord is made up of tissue and contains blood. Both cord blood and cord tissue are rich sources of powerful stem cells. Cord blood stem cells are currently used in transplant medicine to regenerate healthy blood and immune systems. These cells are being researched for their ability to act like our body’s own personal repair kit and may be able to help our bodies heal in new ways. Cbr® is the world’s largest and most experienced newborn stem cell company. Since 1992, families have entrusted Cbr® to store more than 900,000 cord blood and cord tissue samples.
For more information, special pricing, and information on upcoming expectant parent webinars, please contact your local Cbr® consultant Erica Hoppenrath.

Serving women all across South Carolina! 

(843)-323-7950
 

Chiropractic Wellness Center

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Dr. Jones provides family chiropractic care, health information, nutrition, massage and wellness resources to support the body’s natural ability to heal.  Certified in Webster Technique, Dr. Jones is trained to help women during pregnancy and postpartum.  She also sees pediatric patients and children of all ages.  Having practiced over 33 years, Dr. Jones is available to help you and your family at every age and stage so you feel better and enjoy living a more active healthy lifestyle.  Contact us for a complimentary consultation so we can determine what we need to do to help you and your family.

5209 Forest Drive, Suite C
Columbia, SC 29206

(803)-771-9990
 

The Early Social Development & Intervention Lab

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Want to learn more about your newborn’s development? The Early Social Development & Intervention Lab is dedicated to better understanding infant development and improving the future for kids with autism. Our research study follows babies through their first 2 years of life and monitors their social, motor, and language skills as they grow. Parents receive periodic feedback on their baby’s development and can earn up to $250 for participating. We are inviting pregnant moms, full-term infants, preterm infants, and infant siblings of children with autism to join our study. If you are​ currently pregnant or have an infant 6 months old or younger, you are eligible to enroll today!

1800 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201

(803) 993-8356

 

Capital Parent and Baby Specialty Services

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Capital Parent and Baby Specialty Services is the CSRA’s premier prenatal, birth, and postpartum services provider. Beginning prenatally family support services include birth preference planning, prenatal classes, and lactation consultations. Through the birth process parents can be supported with birth doula services including unique services such as last minute and virtual doula services. During the postpartum period families have many services available including a wide range of lactation services, newborn and postpartum doula services, and classes. Car seat checks, installations, and education are offered at any stage of parenthood free of charge!

1421 Calhoun St.
Columbia, SC 29201

(803) 630-3454

Additional Resources

Have questions or need more information about participating in our Pregnancy & Postpartum Guide?

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We want to show our readers all the great services available to them during and after pregnancy! Partnering with us allows your business greater visibility with a large targeted market of local families. Join us and help enrich the lives of Columbia moms!

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Hannah is the Marketing Coordinator for Columbia Mom, as well as a contributing writer. She is a former full-time working turned work-at-home/homeschooling mom. She lives in Irmo with her husband and two young daughters, along with a very energetic Yorkie. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in Marketing and Management, and spent some of her time at USC as a political cartoonist for The Gamecock, the university’s newspaper. She is passionate about writing, painting, social justice, coffee, and raising strong women. You can also find her writing at Her View From Home, as well as her blog, Palindromic Musings, where she writes about living with and navigating through grief.

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