a new standard of postpartum care to replenish depletion and restore optimal health.

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Just because something is common doesn’t mean it’s normal. It’s never too late to take back your health and wellbeing.
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Common Postpartum Deficiencies Include:

Vitamin D

Postnatal Depletion


A 2018 systematic review found that 63% of postpartum women have vitamin D deficiency, with pregnant women having a 54% prevalence and newborns having a 75% prevalence. Vitamin D deficiency is common and can reduce the risk of postpartum anxiety and depression.

In high-income countries, 10–30% of postpartum women are anemic, but the prevalence may be higher in low- and middle-income countries. Anemia caused by iron deficiency during the postpartum period can have serious long-term health implications for the mother and child.

Some say that over 50% of mothers experience some degree of postnatal depletion.


Our Story

Meet Dr. Linzie Crute

I'm Dr. Linzie, and I'm so glad to have you here. I'm a mother to 3 kiddos. I have a deep passion for women and mama wellness and health. I've been a business owner and family chiropractor for many, many years in Dayton, Ohio. I am proud to be certified in prenatal Webster technique and am a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.

I was inspired to tap into this niche through my own journey of having babies and breastfeeding back to back for four years while striving to maintain optimal health. I've spent countless hours researching and experimenting with navigating my own depletion and imbalances.

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"Now I have much more energy, and as a result, more motivation to serve myself and my family better. I have the energy to cook more meals, be more present with my kids, and to exercise more. I am more patient and have far fewer episodes of feeling rage at normal mom and life experiences."

-Annika C.

What is functional medicine?

It is an approach to disease management that targets the root cause to restore complete function to the body or bodily system.