YOUR Ideal Birth

I have had the privilege of serving many families and pregnant women in my practice over the last 18 years.  I have also had the unique opportunity to share my unique birth experiences with my patients. I became certified with Birth Boot Camp so that I could help more couples achieve the pregnancy and birth they desired. I have had the honor of attending a number of my patient’s births and look forward to assisting more couples.

Dr. Sandy Rebrovich Home Birth
Dr. Sandy Rebrovich attending a home birth.

I have personal experience with both hospital and home birth. I had unmediated hospital births with our first two sons, TJ (15) and Jack (13). Our third son, Nick (11) was born at home. I have always had a passion for working with women and children. I am a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and am certified in the Webster Technique.

I love teaching Birth Boot Camp childbirth education classes. Each week, I am able to give parents more information so they are able to make educated decisions regarding the care they receive. You and your partner deserve to have the birth YOU want. These classes will educate you and I’ll be there along the way to provide as much support as you need.

I look forward to seeing you in one of my classes soon!

Choosing the Ideal Birth Class

Are you unsure which Birth Boot Camp would be right for you? Check out this chart! It illustrates the modules that are covered in each class. Still having trouble deciding? Send me an email and I can help you figure out which would be the best fit for your family.

See which birth class is right for you.

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C-Section Hospital Bed The most commonly performed major surgery in the US is… - Do you know what the most commonly performed major surgery in the United States is? It’s not back surgery or tonsillectomies or knee surgery. It’s C-sections. In 1970, about 5.5% of pregnant women had cesarean sections. Fast forward to 2017 and that rate approaches 30%. That’s almost 1 in 3 pregnancies! Since 1985, the World… Continue Reading