The Good Life Learning
Advanced Continuing Education for Chiropractors
and Breastfeeding Professionals featuring:
The Anatomy of Breastfeeding
Types of courses
For Chiropractors and Bodyworkers
Learn to identify cranial, spinal, muscular and dural imbalances relating to breastfeeding as well as how to specifically address them. Gain current research to validate your work. Become familiar with the scope of other birth professionals in order to collaborate, gain referrals and provide the overall best care for your clients. Learn about anatomy of breastfeeding.
For Lactation Consultants and Birth Professionals
Learn specific infant anatomy in order to understand why your patient’s baby is struggling. Learn about the long term physical, emotional, and neurological implications of these issues. Learn about anatomy of breastfeeding. Become familiar with the scope of bodyworkers in order to provide the best support for your clients. Gain evidence based research to support your instincts.
"Dr. Gerner is deeply knowledgeable, clear and thorough. An excellent educator!"
Director of Postgraduate & Continuing Education,
Life Chiropractic College West
"I love it when I take a class that makes me stop, put down my pen, and say, 'I am done taking notes. I thought I knew something about this. But evidently I really, really, really don’t.' Lynn Gerner’ course, “Anatomy of Breastfeeding” did that for me... I am feeling so incredibly inspired! Mind completely blown"!
Dr. Caitlin Clarke, D.C.
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