Category: labor and delivery

What is Shoulder Dystocia

What is Shoulder Dystocia?

If you’re physically small and your baby is physically big, you could be at risk for shoulder dystocia while giving birth. Shoulder dystocia occurs when

Induction Options

Induction Options

There are many reasons for induction of labor. These include hypertension, babies that are large or small for gestational age, women who do not deliver

What is failure to thrive

What Can Cause Failure to Thrive?

What Is Failure to Thrive? Failure to thrive (FTT) is the term used for babies which are admitted to the hospital shortly after returning home



If you prefer a natural delivery without a lot of technological intervention with monitors, induction, and episiotomies, your home or a birthing center is the place you


Interview with the Powell Quadruplets

Dr. Lindemann’s video is about maternal and mortality at a time when maternal deaths in the United States have increased at an alarming rate.

The good news is that there are success stories.

Introduction to Video Course on Childbirth

I am pleased to have this opportunity to talk with you about a topic which is in the news almost daily—the maternal death rate in the United States.

My video course on how to survive childbirth in now available..

Delay and Denial Cause Maternal Deaths

Each year an estimated 1200 women in the U.S. suffer complications during pregnancy or childbirth that prove fatal and 60,000 suffer consequences that are near-fatal….

Some Maternal Mortality Solutions

Few times in our lives do we encounter better outcomes than we anticipate. I have been very fortunate in that when I was called upon to teach, I found I liked it much more than I ever thought I could.