Tongue Tie Experts 


Providing Impactful Educational Resources for Professionals 


If you work with pregnant or breastfeeding families in any capacity,

I know...

Successfully managing tongue tie requires comprehensive education and experience as a provider. So many of us healthcare professionals weren’t taught vital information to help babies — and there are families suffering from this complex medical issue. This knowledge often isn't included in our lactation education. Without it, it’s difficult to help families who are struggling. 


You’re in healthcare because you love giving and empowering people. It’s your mission and what fills your cup. The topic of tongue tie continues to come up at work and you feel like you can’t fully care for these families. You didn’t cover it enough (or at all!) during your education to feel successful in handling tongue ties. But you’re ready to learn more!


As an IBCLC and Certified Nurse Midwife, with over 35 years of experience treating families navigating infant feeding, I have dedicated my mission to educate, with a course that is helping providers gain confidence and skills managing babies with tongue ties. 



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Dr. Scott Siegel:


"I have the highest regard for Lisa both professionally and personally, and highly recommend her program geared towards professionals. I have worked very closely with her for many years as part of her team in the treatment of infant tethered oral tissues. Lisa is world renowned as an IBCLC and is considered an expert on this topic.” 

Tracy Elroy, Osteopath, Lactation Support, London, UK:


"Lisa's course gave me the skills and confidence to work with and support babies with tongue tie and associated difficulties to enhance breastfeeding. Highly recommended if you are working with the breastfeeding dyad."

Tracey Jedrzejek, IBCLC


"As a lactation consultant wanting to learn more about TOTS and specifics for pre and post frenotomy, this class was really interesting and helpful. I’m so glad I found it and look forward to sharing the knowledge I learned with my colleagues and the families I work with."