We continue to provide a selective range of our services throughout this period. Some of our services are provided virtually, with no face-to-face contacts. Depending on your circumstances, we may be able to offer some services that can only be delivered face-to-face. If you have already made a booking with us, we will contact you before the appointment date to discuss if the appointments will proceed, and what alternative arrangements we may be able to offer.
We are fully vaccinated with 2 doses of Covid19 vaccine, and are taking extra precautions to minimise the risks in the transmission of infectious diseases during home visits. However, these precautions may lead to changes to your bookings, at times with very short notice. Despite the inconveniences these can cause, we trust that you appreciate our precautions to be necessary for your safety, and the wellbeing of other new mothers and newborns whom we assist.
To speak to us about the different service options we can provide, do not hesitate to contact us.
Your smooth postnatal recovery remains our priority during this time.
Confinement Care focuses on helping mothers to recover during their confinement (post-natal) period.
Our approach is driven by our integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine expertise and Western biological knowledge.
What is Confinement?
Confinement refers to the distinctive lifestyle that a mother adopts for a set period following child birth.
In Chinese, this period is known as 坐月(zuo yue) or 坐月子 (zuo yue zi), and its' literal translation is 'sitting-month'.
"How can I practice confinement in Sydney?"
Confinement Care has put together some resources to help you plan and practice confinement in Sydney or other cities of Australia.
If you live in Sydney, you have access to our range of comprehensive confinement support.