Dr. Brian Gosser is an OB/GYN who specializes in NFP, Creighton Model Fertility Care, and NaPro Technology through the teachings of Humanae Vitae in St. Louis, MO.
Dr. Gosser works diligently to partner with women to empower them to have more options in childbirth. He is widely known and referred to for his services to patients desiring VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean), and is the only OB/GYN in the St. Louis area currently collaborating with home birth midwives. Dr. Gosser graduated from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 1998 and completed his Residency at St. John's Mercy, St. Louis (now Mercy St. Louis). He has a beautiful family of eight children and a lovely wife. His hobbies include walking his St. Bernard, "Clare," and home brewery.
We feel extremely blessed to be working alongside such a fabulous physician!
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Blair is a St. Louis native. She received her Bachelor's in Nutrition and Dietetics from Saint Louis University. It was during her 5+ year career with Women, Infants, Children (WIC) that her passion for motherhood, pregnancy and breastfeeding ignited. Last fall, Blair earned her IBCLC certification. In the last 2 years she's been on the labor and delivery ward at 2 area hospitals, helping mothers gain confidence in initiating their breastfeeding journey. While Blair promotes, protects, and supports breastfeeding fiercely, her first priority is supporting the mother and works to meet every client where THEY are at. Fed is a given, informed is ideal, but a supported mother is best.
A unique aspect to Blair’s experience is her familiarity with the formula industry and its various products/approaches. Blair supports all types of feeding styles, whether it’s exclusive breastfeeding, exclusively expressing milk, exclusively formula or combo method!
Blair's strengths are her empathy, flexibility and dedication. Blair's aim is to bridge the gap between intention and execution; many mothers intend to breastfeed but more often than not, the system falls short. She seeks to be that connection that provides guidance, information and empowerment to families who find themselves in need of a lactation/infant feeding specialist.
In addition to being an IBCLC, Blair is a nutritionist who can assist in assessing supplements, and tailor different nutrition recommendations to help families meet their goals.
She is happily married with 2 very young children (3 and 6 months), both born with the invaluable assistance and assurance from nurse-midwives.