February 13, 2012

Here's some good news

If you live in Cental Illinois you have a new choice for an ob-gyn: Dr. Jill Stalling.

I happen to know Dr. Stalling personally and I know that she is phenominal.  Kind, warm, hard-working, and compassionate, she is a great choice for a doctor.  Dr. Stalling is a NFP-only doctor and is is one of nine physicians worldwide providing full medical and surgical NaProTECHNOLOGY services for patients. 

If you're not familiar with NaPro Technology here's a little more info:  "Natural ProcreativeTechnology is a new women's health science that monitors and maintains awoman's reproductive and gynecological health. It provides medical and surgicaltreatments that cooperate completely with the reproductive system."  You can find out more here: http://naprotechnology.com/

So, for example, if you have endometreosis and your ob told you you'll never have kids and wrote you a a prescription for the pill to cover up the issues then you need to see Dr. Stalling.  She will actually help fix the problem!

You can find Dr. Stalling at the office of Teverbaugh, Croland, & Mueller.  Visit their website:  http://www.obgynofpeoria.com


  1. Thanks for sharing this! Always an encouragement to see awesome NFP docs! :)

  2. Great news! As wonderful as this is, I just don't think I can travel to Peoria every month (and then more often) for ob checkups when I am pregnant. For one, gas would be expensive for that many trips, but also , with multiple young children, it is almost impossible. Maybe I will go to her in a few years when I have multiple children in school all day and only 1 or none at home. But, to bring kids with, or to pay a babysitter that often just wouldn't work. And that makes me sad, because I would so love to support her.

  3. Bonnie- I obviously did not use NFP or know about NaProTechnology. But, this is an awesome option and resource to have in our area. Even though I work in the medical field, I love when people have opportunities to fix their issues, problems, etc without all kinds of medical interventions. Sometimes, I think that medicine and technology can be overused. (perhaps that comes from my years in Psych offices and seeing people on way too many medications.)