Your Health Matters Before, During and After Pregancy
If you feel you have exhausted all of your fertility options, chiropractic care may be an affordable and natural solution. In preconception, the nerves and blood vessels in the lower back region regulate reproductive organs and supply nutrients to the fetus. When your spine is in alignment, your body will be free of nerve interference, allowing optimal function preconception. Prenatal chiropractic promotes regular menstrual cycles, may help optimize uterine function, prepares the body for healthy implantation, and ensures proper nerve supply to reproductive organs.
At True North Chiropractic, we support, educate, and empower you throughout your pregnancy. Dr.’s Andrew and Bailey are certified in Webster Technique with ICPA.
Webster is a specialized prenatal chiropractic technique that involves aligning a woman’s pelvis, balancing the surrounding musculature, and releasing tension found within the ligaments that surround the uterus. This enhances optimal fetal growth, development, and positioning.
Chiropractic care has been shown to help women reduce or avoid common pregnancy-related complaints such as sciatica, lower back and neck aches, morning sickness, swelling, acid reflux, insomnia, and fatigue.
Better positioning and proper nervous system function improve the mother’s ability to birth naturally, contributing to an easier and safer birth for both mother and baby.
We would love the opportunity to be a part of your birth team!
The postpartum demands of a mother’s body change dramatically when caring for a newborn. Chiropractic care helps to make sure that the postpartum mother maintains an optimally functioning nervous system so that she can better care for her new family addition, as well as herself.
Benefits of postpartum chiropractic care include:
- More comfort while breastfeeding
- Greater production of breastmilk
- Less incidence of postpartum depression
- Provides optimal environment and nerve supply to mother’s body as she adapts and heals from pregnancy and birth