Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 8AM-5PM
Friday 8AM-12:30PM

Childbirth Series Tuesdays 6-9PM
2nd Saturday each month 11:30AM-6PM

Breastfeeding Support Group
2nd Saturday each month 10AM-11AM

Life Circle Women’s Healthcare
2301 North Ocoee Street
Cleveland, TN 37311


Breastfeeding 101 Class at LifeCircle

Breastfeeding 101 Class: Tuesday, August 18th at 6 pm

Bring your support people, bring your questions…Are breast pumps and lactation consultants now covered by your insurance?  Come learn the answers to these and other pressing questions regarding lactation.

August Childbirth Classes at LifeCircle

When: Tuesday August 7th -Tuesday August 28th  6-9pm

OR   One all day Saturday Class on Saturday August 11th from 11:30-6pm

Learn about your 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy what’s normal what’s not, Labor and Delivery everything from A-Z , Postpartum infant and mommy care, Breastfeeding, How to Calm a Newborn in 5 steps, Car Seat Safety and Installation and Much, Much More…

Where: LifeCircle Women’s Healthcare, 2301 N. Ocoee St Cleveland, TN

To sign up call 339-1400 or 284-9008

Saturday June 9th Breastfeeding Support Group 10-11AM

Saturday June 9th the breastfeeding support groups topic will be on Protein Allergies in infants and the diet the breastfeeding mother must follow we will give receipes and lists of protein free foods as well as helpful places to shop.  So don’t despair with more and more babies being diagnosed with true protein allergies we are here to help you through as you continue to give your baby the best nutrition your breast milk.

Sunday April 15th Cleveland Baby Fair

Come see LifeCircle  at the Cleveland Baby Fair!!!

Where: Museum Center at 5 points

When: Sunday April 15th 2012

Time:  1-4pm


Come say hello, get valuable information and register for fabulous door prizes!!!

Saturday April 14th Breastfeeding Support Group, Cleveland, TN

Saturday April 14th 2012 10am-11am

LifeCircle will host the Bradley County Breastfeeding Support Group

When :10AM-11AM

Guest Speaker: Cindy Jackson children’s safety expert from Erlanger Hospital will be speaking on Summer Safety for infants and toddlers!!!

She will be speaking on water safety and heat safety as well as insect safety, she will also be checking and installing car seats.

We will be answering all breastfeeding questions as well.

The mother to mother/breastfeeding support group is open to the general public you do not have to be a patient of LifeCircle to attend.

February Breastfeeding Support Group At LifeCircle, Cleveland TN

Breastfeeding Support Group

February 11th at 10AM

Guest Speakers : Dave and Heather Qualiano local psycologists will be speaking on the anxiety’s and stress of motherhood and give constructive ideas on how to cope!

We will also be answering any and all breastfeeding questions!!!!!!!!!  The group is open to ALL pregnant and breastfeeding mothers !!!!!!!

LifeCircle Breastfeeding Support Group on Saturday December 10th

The Bradley County Breastfeeding Support Group will meet from 10AM – 11AM on Saturday December 10th.

The group is held at LifeCircle Women’s Healthcare at 2301 N. Ocoee St   Cleveland, TN

The group is open to all pregnant women and all breastfeeding women.

For more information contact Christine Sneed, IBCLC,CCCE,CLE at 284-9008


August Breastfeeding Support Group Highlights LifeCircle, Cleveland TN



PRESENTATION: Why Cloth Diaper? By Syvannah Jones

1. Saves money!

ñThe average family spends $1,500-$2,000 a year depending on the cost of diapers.

ñIt will cost (at most) $300-$450 to start your cloth diaper stash. This will last from birth to potty training! AND can be used again and again with other children for FREE!

2. Eco friendly

ñEach year, 18 billion diapers are thrown away in landfills, taking around 500 years to decompose. They make up 1/3 of the items in landfills.

ñEven if you wash diapers every 3 days, you are using around 50-70 gallons of water, a renewable resource, which is the equivalent of someone flushing a toilet 5-6 times a day! And, the manufacture and use of disposable diapers amounts to 2.3 times more water wasted than cloth.

3. Earlier potty training

ñBefore disposables existed the average child was potty trained at 18 months, now the average is 40 months!

ñBabies feel the wetness in cloth diapers, whereas they don’t as much in disposable diapers with chemicals to aid in absorption of fluids.

4. Sensitive Skin

ñMany children have sensitives to diapers or wipes due to chemicals used to aid in absorption causing rashes. Many of these chemicals are banned is some countries.  A recent study revealed that some of these chemicals are being linked to low sperm count later in life in males and are causing issues with testicular function (

See Syvannah’s blog at: 

Also, for other ideas, type “cloth diaper trial” in your search engine to give cloth diapering a trail run in your home! (See June 2011 notes.) You may also find it beneficial to search different “types of cloth diapers.”



Mom’s in the know in our support group have started a list below of resources to help other Moms of babies with protein allergies. Many, many thanks to the Mom(s) who compiled this SUPER resource!!!

Protein Free Diet helps you find nutrition/allergy information for restaurants in the area if they have a website. this website lets you find grocery items in the store free of the items that you select.  It lets you search cereals for free but is $3 a month or $30 a year for 97 different food items.

Foods I found at Wal-Mart:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Potatoes
  • Rice Milk
  • Vegetable Broth
  • Chicken Broth (only some brands are free of milk/soy)
  • Many BBQ sauces
  • Some lunch meats
  • Most Soft Taco Shells
  • Nature’s Own Whole Wheat English Muffins
  • Unseasoned meats (Worchestershire sauce can be used to season)
  • Many Spices
  • Italian Sausages (some brands and styles)
  • Tyson, Crispy Chicken Strips and Buffalo style (some other types have milk)
  • Marinara (I think most name brands are okay like Ragu and Prego because Great Value contains soy and milk)
  • Pasta (some may have other ingredients so double check)
  • Select Harvest Soups.  (Some have egg or milk but several do not.)
  • Bush’s Baked Beans
  • Pace, Salsa
  • Earth Balance, No Soy Butter (It is red and tan colored)
  • Some pizza crusts (pay attention, lots have milk)
  • Boboli, original pizza sauce
  • Fritos Flavor Twist Honey BBQ
  • Some instant oatmeal (I found Country Choice Organic at the Earth Fare store on Gunbarrel)
  • Santitas Tortilla Chips
  • Rold Gold Pretzels
  • Cheerios
  • Cascadian Farm, Organic cinnamon raisin Granola
  • Jelly
  • Some marshmallows
  • Nabisco Grahams graham crackers –original-

Foods found at Abundant Living in Cleveland:

  • Betty Lous, Gluten Free Fruit Bars
  • Enjoy life, chewy bars (gluten-free and dairy-free) very berry, sunbutter crunch, cocoa loco are the different types
  • Cherrybrook Kitchen: Yellow Cake Mix, Vanilla Frosting Mix, Sugar Cookie Mix (you can use rice milk and the no soy butter as margarine.)
  • Rice Vegan Cheddar Flavor Slices (as close to cheese as I can find)


Found at Earth Fare in Chattanooga (I also found the items at Abundant Living at Earth Fare)

  • Rudi’s Organic Bakery, Honey Sweet Whole Wheat Bread
  • Rudi’s Organic Bakery, Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • Unique, Pretzels

Starfish to present at LifeCircle Cleveland,TN on August 13th

Corinne Freeman director of the Starfish Project of Cleveland will be presenting on the Starfish Project a Parents as Teachers Program.

Starfish exists to aid parents, as their child’s first and most important teacher, to maximize their child’s future success in school and life.   Come learn how to maximize your child’s future!!! 

Saturday August 13th at 11AM at LifeCircle Women’s Healthcare

Contact Christine @339-1400 or Corinne @559-1112 for more information.

August Breastfeeding Support Group/ LifeCircle Cleveland, TN

August Breastfeeding Support Group: Saturday August 13th 10AM-11AM

Come join us as we welcome guest speaker Syvannah Jones who will be discussing going “green” with cloth diapering she will bring several sample brand’s so that you can decide what might work best for your family.  We will also be answering all of your breastfeeding questions.  Corrine Freeman car seat safety expert from the Starfish Project will also be on had to check car seats at 11AM.