My baby has a suspected tongue-tie and I am struggling to access division due to the COVID 19 restrictions. What can I do?

With the reduction in services including postnatal support, breastfeeding support groups and tongue-tie division services it is an extremely stressful time for new parents. If your baby is struggling to feed and has a suspected or confirmed tongue-tie you may feel the situation is somewhat hopeless. However, it is important to understand that the impact …

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Holiday March/April 2020

I am taking a break from work from 20 March – 6 April 2020. Upon my return I will be offering face to face consultations provided I am well and there is no guidance from Government precluding this due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. I will also be offering video call consultations. In my absence alternative …

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Letters to Editors

From time to time articles on breastfeeding and tongue-tie appear in the national press, parenting magazines and professional journals which raise issues which merit further comment. Below are responses to articles which I have written. Please click on the link to open. These items should not be reproduced without permission. Disruptive Wound Massage: Response to JHL …

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