Low back pain has become an accepted part of pregnancy for many moms to be. Bad posture in pregnant women is a very common cause of low back pain. However, there are safe and natural ways to get rid of this type of pain through proper posture and chiropractic care.
Sciatica leg pain is a common complaint in pregnant women. Sciatica commonly interferes with the ability to walk and sleep. But it doesn’t have to be something that a pregnant woman has to deal with throughout pregnancy. There is a natural way to get pain relief. This painful problem can often times be relieved by a chiropractor who uses the Webster Technique.
I know exercise is very important for the health of pregnant women as a chiropractor with a special focus on working with women during pregnancy. I am often asked by expectant women what types of exercise are safe and beneficial during pregnancy. Prenatal yoga is one of the most common recommendations that I give.
Here is the full transcript of our new YouTube video about the chiropractic Webster Technique. It discusses how regular chiropractic care can ensure a safer, shorter, less painful labor and delivery. You can find the video on our Webster Technique page.
Here is the full transcript of our new video about the Webster Technique possibly helping moms to be have a more comfortable pregnancy. Also, check out the video on our Webster Technique page!
Here is the full transcript of our new You Tube video of a second exercise to help women prevent and avoid breech positioning of their baby.
Ear infections are common in many children and can be extremely painful for many children. Antibiotics are the conventional treatment for ear infections. However, research now shows antibiotic treatment is often times no more effective than the child’s own immune system. Gentle pediatric chiropractic adjustments may help many, many kids get relief from ear infections without the use of medications or surgery. Since no parent wants to see their child suffer, we suggest you check out this video clip with a parental testimonial.
Here is the full transcript of our new YouTube video demonstrating an exercise to help pregnant women prevent and avoid breech positioning of their babies.
In preparation for birth, the baby should turn to the vertex or head down position a few weeks prior to delivery. If the baby remains in the head up position, it is termed breech. Breech positioning may increase the risks of complications during delivery. There are also abnormal stressors on the baby’s body while in the uterus when the baby is not in the vertex position after then. There are many options, both invasive and non-invasive, available for moms to help achieve the head down position for her baby.