Megan studied at the Midwifery Institute of Philadelphia University (now Thomas Jefferson University). She has offered birth care both in hospital and at home.
Like most home birth midwives, she exercises her full scope of practice in offering lactation and newborn care, taking a special interest in the associated musculoskeletal and functional complaints. Her office practice includes both routine and problem gynecology; pelvic health evaluation; and primary care. She incorporates both standard and complementary care approaches in order to appropriately serve a broad swath of patients, regardless of individual health philosophy. Megan became a Licensed Massage Therapist after graduating from the Swedish Institute in 2003. She is deeply pleased to be able to offer therapeutic bodywork and midwifery-informed classes at Baby Botanica.