You mean tips and tricks to actually turn the baby right? Why not breech just being another varation of normal?
My adivce would be whether the baby turns or not to think warmly and positively about the beautiful birth that awaits you.
I think (Im full of opinions I know
) that the biggest dangers to breech are attendants who try to actually manage them actively. Any midwife worth her salt would know never to pull or yank at any time on the baby, anc actually not touching the baby at all until he is born is probably even better (providing baby has a good landing spot lol) Hearing a mw say she won't attend a breech (fear of liability) to me means she doesn't trust birth in general.
My general feelings are that if a baby is breech, it is for a darn good reason!! Some like to say baby can hear momma's heartbeat better (I like that) Some wonder if it is due to a shorter than usual cord.
On a practical note....I have heard many times that gravity is best for breech.
Either way I trust that you will be fine
good luck w/ the midwife aspect of it. (I'm gathering you have a mw who won't attend you if you aer still breech by suchysuch a date or just is uncomfortable because she hasn't attended one before? I guess I was unclear on that)
edited because I am way too tired to be outta bed LOL.