Lactation Services in Anchorage
Alaska Women’s Health provides lactation support from a board-certified IBCLC lactation consultant. We’re here to help you and your baby thrive on your breastfeeding journey.
Our lactation consultant is available to provide support and education to breastfeeding women, regardless of where they are at in their breastfeeding journey. Whether you’re a first-time mom or have had multiple deliveries, each experience is unique and can come with its own set of challenges. Lactation consultations are a safe and comfortable way for women to ask questions about breastfeeding and receive expert support and education. Our lactation consultant can support in several ways:
- Latching issues
- Pain and Discomfort while feeding
- Low milk supply
- High milk supply
- Breast pump flange fitting
- Clogged ducts
Our Lactation Consultant
Christiana Strand, RN, IBCLC
Christiana Strand is originally from Washington but has lived in Anchorage since she was 11 years old. She holds a degree in Public Health, Promotion, and Behavior from Oregon State University and a BSN from Linfield College of Nursing, in Portland, Oregon. She has been a registered nurse for seven years and has been working as a triage nurse at Alaska Women’s health since November 2020. In addition to her BSN and public health degrees, Christiana is a certified lactation consultant, who received her IBCLC certification in 2022. She is so excited to help new mothers and newborns with the joys and challenges of breastfeeding in her new role. Christiana lives with her fiancée, Keith, and her beloved Russian Blue cat, Sapphire. Outside of the clinic, Christiana enjoys spending time in the Alaskan outdoors, where she is an avid hiker, paddle boarder, and ice skater. She also enjoys gardening with her parents and float plane rides with her fiancée, who is a passionate pilot. While she has no children yet, she is excited to start a family of her own in the last frontier.
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