A Guide to Physiological Breech Birth
Announcing...the 2nd edition of
A Guide to Physiological Breech Birth!
We are revising and expanding our book! Originally released in August 2023, the book is undergoing an extensive update and revision. The 2nd edition will be full-color, hardcover, and feature many new guest authors. The estimated release date is June 2024.
A Guide to Physiological Breech Birth is a comprehensive breech training manual and complements our online courses and hands-on workshops. The Guide has hundreds of photographs, many never before released.
If you are in the US, Puerto Rico, UK, or EU, you can pre-order your copy here.
Residents of NZ and Australia can still order the 1st edition, and they will be shipped immediately!
Preview the guide here:
The Guide covers the following topics:
- Evidence on hospital and community breech outcomes
- Mechanisms of physiological breech birth
- Breech nomenclature
- Normal & abnormal breech birth
- Upright & supine maneuvers
- Clinical practice guidelines
- Best practices for care during labor & birth
- Transient neonatal trauma after vaginal breech birth
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