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Are pregnancy exams and hospital birthing classes all that is needed to have a successful birth experience? Do you know what a birth plan is and what it should include? Should you have your baby at the hospital? Should you have your baby at a birthing center? Should you have your baby at home? What are some self care strategies that can help you with pregnancy? What does the Bible have to say about birth? How can you add God's "super" to your "natural" during the birthing process? Birth Right explores the answer to these questions and empowers mothers to make decisions that will help them establish a firm foundation for their birth experiences.
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About the Author
Dr. Cathy Taig has a B.A.in International Studies from the University of Michigan and a D.C. from Life University. She is certified in Webster and Morphogenic Field Techniques. Dr. Cathy has specialized in the care of pregnant moms and babies for the past 18 years. During that time, she has been on television and radio promoting the benefits of natural health. Dr. Cathy and her husband, Dr Tim Taig, have a chiropractic practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they reside with their two children.Dr. Tammy Born Huizenga owns and operates Born Clinic. She originally joined the clinic (then the Born Preventative Health Care Clinic) with the late Dr. Grant Born who was both the clinic founder and her husband. Dr. Born Huizenga received her undergraduate degree from Calvin College and graduated from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1986. Dr. Born Huizenga is board certified in Family Medicine. She has a special interest in caring for patients suffering from chronic diseases by utilizing a whole-body approach and treating the causes of diseases rather than simply treating the symptoms. In her thirty plus years of practice, Dr. Born Huizenga has worked tirelessly toward the advancement of preventative medicine, and she continues to diligently promote public awareness of patient choices in medical care. In 1998, she was called upon to testify before the U.S Congressional House Committee of Government Reform regarding the Freedom of Medical Access Bill. Dr. Born Huizenga accepted two appointments from President George W. Bush and former Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson: She served on the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee, and for four years served on the Advisory Committee on Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry Health Resources and Services Administration. Most recently, Dr. Born Huizenga accepted a 2018 appointment to the National Advisory Council for Complementary and Integrative Health from Secretary of Human Services, Alex M. Azar II.