Obstetric Anesthesia for Labor and Delivery

Obstetric Anesthesia

Also known as Peripartum Anesthesia, obstetric anesthesia is a type of anesthesiology for pain management before, during, and after birth.

Epidural Anesthesia

The safest and most effective time proven method is epidural anesthesia, which is used as a type of regional anesthesia to manage the pain of contractions.

The anesthesia blocks the nerve impulses of the lower spinal cord, reducing any sensation of pain to a feeling of pressure. Epidurals are extremely safe and complications are extraordinarily rare.

Blood pressure levels will be carefully monitored throughout the duration of the procedure and the postop period.

Spinal Anesthesia

Spinal anesthesia may be used for cesarean sections when complete anesthesia or analgesia is necessary. A sterilized shot in the lumbar spine is administered by an anesthesiologist.

Our experts will be with you through the entire birth procedure to make sure that you have a safe and comfortable delivery.