This work on breech birth is for parents, obstetricians, midwives and all who come into contact with women carrying breech babies. It addresses the whole experience of breech from causes to turning techniques to the options for birth. It engages with the controversial debate on caesarean versus vaginal breech birth and provides a powerful critique of recent evidence which has led to an increase in caesarean section. The book encourages parents to make an informed choice about the birth they want. For professionals this book is an essential resource on breech, deepening knowledge on breech, encouraging a critical examination of their own approach to breech and improving the quality of care they are able to offer to parents of breech babies.