Christine Curley

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)

14 years of experience

Lives in Mills, MA

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Experience & Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Simmons College ‘94’
Professional Experience
NICU Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 2006-present
NICU Nurse, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 2002-2018

Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Insurance Accepted

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    Areas Served

    60min drive from Mills, MA including South Shore, Greater Boston

    What's a visit with me like?

    During a home visit, I review a full health history of the mother and the birth experience. I do an examination of the mother’s breasts, the baby’s general appearance as well as an oral evaluation of the baby. I do a pre and post breastfeeding weight, I evaluated the feeding and the latch and make recommendations based on these findings. I also teach the mother how to use the breast pump if she or someone else us using it. I provide the patient with a care plan and email a report to the pedi. When you book with me, i include 1 week of unlimited call/text/email support and offer an additional week if you fill out an evaluation of the services provided.

    Describe your philosophy towards breastfeeding and feeding.
    The breastfeeding experience is unique to each mother baby dyad. I cater my practice towards meeting the individual needs and goal of each mother. I also emphasize that breastfeeding is a work in progress because it is always evolving it takes practice and patience to make it what you want it to be.

    What is your favorite part of working with new parents and infants?
    Sharing the knowledge and skills I have so they become confident in their own abilities to feed and care for their baby.

    Describe any particular areas of expertise related to feeding
    Preemies, twins, pumping, blocked milk ducts/mastitis, returning to work, weaning


    “Thank you for the support and care you provided…. you went above and beyond and we can’t thank you enough”


    “Christine, Thank you so much for always being there to help me with my boob emergencies! You are so unbelievably good at your job.”