As a fulltime Obstetrician and Gynecologist since 1997, I’ve delivered over 3,000 babies … and still experience the same thrill daily when helping a new one into the world. During those 20 years I’ve seen a lot of changes in the medical field; some good – others less so.
We all agree that visits to the doctor can be frustrating. Patients wait longer for appointments and have less time with their doctors. As a result, people often turn to the internet to fill in the gaps. This can be problematic because there is a lot of woefully incorrect and biased information out there. As a doctor, this concerns me greatly.
Those “less so” beneficial changes are why Tuscobia began. Like many of my peers, I recognized the parental need for better and more complete information about all aspects of pregnancy and baby’s early years. I believe all patients deserve better – particularly pregnant women and those with young children. It was my frustration with the system that brought about the creation of Tuscobia and of Joybell’s Facebook page.
Over the years I’ve discussed innumerable concerns with parents. The most asked topics regard nutrition, safety, specific products and “how do I accomplish” this, that, or any of the things parents face daily. Worries about baby safety span the gamut: from delivery room to diapers; from car seats to helping a 4 month old transition to solid food; to finding the best daycare at an affordable price. And that’s only the beginning.
Joybell’s Facebook page is a forum for you to share concerns and solutions under the guidance of a practicing M.D. Because I am a full-time physician, I won’t be able to respond to every post, but I do read each and every one and respond to questions as needed.
The Tuscobia baby products line represents only the highest quality products – tested, retested, and then approved by the most stringent national and international organizations before being certified safe for your baby.
As a M.D., as a parent, and as a grandparent – I sincerely believe this is what all mothers and mothers-to-be deserve.
- 1 wife
- 3 Children
- 1 Grandchild
- 3000 Deliveries
- 5000 Surgeries
- 48000 Patients
- 5 Speeding Tickets