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Does anyone know of any? I have a friend planning a birth in Boulder and she needs a local ped. Thanks!
 

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We're moving to Boulder (most likely), and we'll need a good pediatrician too.<br><br>
I am also looking for an alternative medical practitioner in Boulder, such as a chiropracter or applied kinesiologist who does nutrition therapy and homeopathic medicine.<br><br>
-- Caitlin, <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>
 

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My only contact with the medical profession is my family doctor, John Hudson MD. He is at Avista in Louisville, and is extremely BF friendly. We had a UC and he didn't give me any grief, when I told him we were not going to vaccinate, he said "good" and he has just been a wonderful doc to work with for the past twelve years.<br><br>
We use Craig Reese DC in Boulder as our main healer. He does acupuncture, herbs, kinesiology, and is just an all around good guy. He's a dad, supportive of UC birth and has been our main doc for ten years.<br><br>
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Hi there Rachel!<br><br>
Just noticed your thread and though I don't have any specific advice (I'm south of Denver and my ped is not really BF friendly anyway, just not BF unfriendly, and a really nice lady...) I wondered if she'd called a local LLL chapter for any info? I know you're as into them as I am, so I'm sure you've already tried that... I've also heard Boulder Community Hospital is fairly progressive so I wonder if a call to their post partum unit for a chat with a friendly nurse or LC might help?<br><br>
I know someone who really liked their doc in Boulder - I'll try to find a name.
 
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