Pregnancy is a time full of changes. Whether you are enjoying every minute, struggling with health issues, or anywhere in between, I am here to support you through it all.
Chiropractic is a powerful and effective way to care for your body naturally throughout all of the weekly changes.
No matter what your birth plan is, you and your baby can benefit from regular chiropractic care and you will love the balance and relaxation that comes with a healthy spine and nervous system.
Your muscles, organs (including your
uterus and cervix), and every cell in the body are connected to your brain through your nerves. Guess what protects your nerves? That’s right, your spine! And your spine changes a TON during the course of 40 weeks!
No matter if you are trying to get pregnant, you just peed on a stick, or you’re about to pop, chiropractic care is great at any stage throughout the process. We always say, the sooner the better, but it’s never too late!
3 Benefits Of
Pregnancy Chiropractic Care
Your hips, spine, and pelvis go through immense changes over the 40-ish weeks of your pregnancy.
The chiropractic adjustment to the pelvis releases tension to the ligaments and uterus so the baby can move freely and assume the best possible position for birth.
Who can be happy when in pain? Getting your body out of pain and thriving is just one more step to happiness.
Chiropractic care not only gets you feeling better but it gets you functioning better and back to your life!
Did you know that your immune system and your nervous system are related? And your digestive system is controlled by your nerves?
Chiropractic adjustments boost the immune system and regulate the digestive system.
I have seen and cared for tons of mamas with the following issues:
- Low back pain
- Pubic/Pelvic pain
- Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction
- Round ligament pain
- Breech or transverse position
- Hip pain
- Diastasis Recti
- C-section prep and healing
- Tailbone pain
- Pubic/Pelvic pain
- Piriformis syndrome
- Morning Sickness
- Hyperemesis Gravidarum
- Hormonal imbalance
- Gestational Diabetes
- Birth trauma
- Miscarriage & loss
- Surrogate mothers
- Scheduled inductions
- Rib pain