You might be wondering if the struggle and work of breastfeeding is worth it, but with understanding and guidance backed by good information, most challenges can be resolved. I have considerable experience with:

  • Latch difficulties including shallow or painful latch
  • Sore nipples and breast pain
  • Tongue-tie assessment and after-care
  • Slow weight gain
  • Low supply/oversupply
  • Breastfeeding twins
  • Plugged ducts and mastitis
  • How to bottle feed – respectfully and appropriately
  • Going back to work
  • Bottle Refusal

Each of my clients will receive a—personalized to you and baby—care plan that is simple yet effective—and that will lower your stress levels because you’ll be actively working towards your goals with a plan that makes sense for your family. You can choose the option that fits your needs best, whether it’s in-home, virtual, or in my clinic space.

Rachel generally accepts Anthem, BCBS, Cigna, PNOA, Mutiplan, & United Health Care insurance, but click below to verify coverage for your specific plan

Clicking this link will take you to the Lactation Network.

If you would like an in-home visit, and are within a 20 mile radius of my home in New Carlisle OH, there is no extra charge. If you are 20-30 miles away and still wish to receive a home visit, a $25 travel fee will apply. If you are 30-40 miles away, a $50 travel fee will apply, and if you are 40-60 miles away, a $100 travel fee will apply.


This practice accepts cash, check, or credit card due at the time of service. Rachel is currently using Lactation Network to help as many moms as possible get their lactation visits fully covered by insurance. Go here to see if you have free visits available!! If you are not covered by your insurance yet, I will provide you with a superbill (itemized receipt)  that you should be able to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. 

Healthcare Spending Account Eligible: All consults can be paid for with a healthcare spending account or flex spending account.

For more information on the Affordable Care Act and questions about your lactation benefits, go here