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PRENATAL CHIROPRACTIC

Are you looking for natural, supportive care that works with your body during pregnancy and childbirth?

Do you want to achieve a comfortable, safe birth, free from unnecessary intervention?

Do you want a COMFORTABLE, pain-free pregnancy?

Prenatal chiropractic may be what you’ve been searching for.

Webster technique (prenatal chiropractic) is a vital component of healthy prenatal care.

Imbalances in the spine and pelvis can become stressed during pregnancy.

These imbalances may become discomforts that limit performing daily activities.

Chiropractic care through pregnancy can help reduce and prevent these discomforts during pregnancy. Gentle, and specific adjustments with the Webster technique can correct these imbalances at the root.

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Mama and Baby are connected and deserve comfort.

As your baby grows and develops, your uterus will enlarge to accommodate this growth. 

When the pelvis is balanced, the ligaments connected to the uterus are balanced and supported.

If your pelvis is out of balance, these ligaments may become twisted or create a pulling effect on the uterus.

This tension and cramping may restrict the baby’s movement and possibly alter optimal positioning.

Women under Webster chiropractic care may experience:

  • Less aches and pains
  • Improvements in sciatica, pubic pain, and round ligament pain
  • Take less medications during pregnancy, labor, and delivery
  • On average 38% shorter labor.
  • Optimal biomechanical function of the pelvis (can result in improvements in breech positioning)
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Make a decision for YOU – experience an easier pregnancy with prenatal chiropractic care and Webster Technique.

Whether you are 9 days or 9 months pregnant, schedule an appointment TODAY!

Webster Technique is a chiropractic analysis and adjustment specific for prenatal care. It evaluates the sacrum and pelvis for misalignment and subluxation, and through gentle adjustments reduces the effects of sacral and pelvic dysfunction. In doing so, neuro-biomechanical function of the pelvis is improved!

Because sacral subluxation can contribute to the difficulty of labor for mom, called dystocia, by inadequate uterine function, pelvic contraction, and baby-malpresentation, this technique may positively affect all these areas of dystocia, and allow for your healthiest, happiest pregnancy!